Kim Kardashian Says She Might Quit Reality TV And Become a Lawyer "Full-Time"!

Kim Kardashian Says She Might Quit Reality TV And Become a Lawyer “Full-Time”!

“I would be just as happy being an attorney,” said the founder of SKIMS on Tuesday at the TIME100 Summit. Kim Kardashian doesn’t mind having a life away from the public eye. The 42-year-old reality star was honest at the TIME100 Summit on Tuesday when she talked about her future in the criminal justice reform movement.

She said that she could see putting it at the top of her job. When asked if she would ever think about a life without being in front of the camera, she said, “I would be just as happy being a full-time lawyer.” “The trip really opened my eyes to a lot of things,” she said. “There’s so much to do that it’s hard to keep up… Last week, I took my sister Khloé [Kardashian] to prison for the first time.

It really opened her eyes.” Even though she’s not a lawyer yet, the star of “The Kardashians” told moderator Poppy Harlow that she thinks her work in the movement will be “her life’s most meaningful work.” “I hope so,” was her reply. “I always joke with my mom, who is my manager, that Kim K. is retiring and I’m just going to be an attorney.”

Kim Kardashian Says She Might Quit Reality TV And Become a Lawyer "Full-Time"!

The SKIMS founder started working on reform in October 2017 after hearing about the case of Alice Marie Johnson. Alice Marie Johnson had been in jail since October 1996 for helping with communications in a drug trafficking case. She was convicted of this crime in October 1996.

Johnson thought she would be released from prison in 2016 when then-President Barack Obama gave clemency to 231 people, many of whom had similar nonviolent drug charges, but she was not one of them. After seeing a video about the case on Mic, Kim Kardashian shared the video.

Wrote “This is so unfair,” and started working for the woman’s freedom. After Johnson got out of prison in August 2020, Kardashian continued to fight for other wrongly convicted people. Most recently, she asked for the temporary release of a jailed father whose daughter was killed in the tragic elementary school shooting in Uvalde, Texas.

In December 2021, she passed the “baby bar” exam for first-year law students. She had first said in May 2019 that she wanted to be a lawyer like her late father, Robert Kardashian Sr., who was the lawyer who got O.J. Simpson off in the 1995 murder trial of Nicole Brown Simpson and Ronald Goldman.

In an emotional Twitter post, she was honest about how she felt about the law test and said that going to law school “wasn’t easy.” “OMFGGG I PASSED THE BABY BAR EXAM!!!! “When I look at myself in the mirror, I’m really proud of the woman I see,” she wrote on Twitter. “If you don’t know about my path to law school, know that it wasn’t easy or given to me.

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