Kim Kardashian, closer to being a lawyer, after passing the ‘Baby bar’ exam

The fourth time is the charm. At 41 years old, the businesswoman, ‘influencer’ and millionaire Kim Kardashian does not fit herself with joy. Proud of her achievements as a student, she has just published on the networks that she is finally a little closer to achieve your dream of being a lawyer, the profession for which his father became famous, Robert Kardashian -deceased in 2003-, especially when he represented his friend, the former American football player OJ Simpson, for the 1994 murder of his ex-wife, Nicole Brown Simpson, and her friend Ron Goldman [Simpson fue absuelto de todos los cargos en 1995, aunque sería declarado culpable de ambas muertes en un juicio civil en 1997].

After three unsuccessful attempts, the celebrity has managed to pass the famous ‘Baby bar’, a exam for law students in California, as posted on Twitter. In the last two years has appeared for the test three times (One of them was even recorded for his show ‘Keeping Up With The Kardashians’, showing his long study days, sometimes of up to 12 hours).

No university diploma

“I passed the exam,” he has written, referring to the first-year law test. required in California for candidates who do not have a college degree. And is that the ex of Kanye West studied at Pierce College in Los Angeles but did not get any degree.

“It has not been easy and nobody has given it to me,” assured the ‘celeb’, who had words of gratitude for the lawyer and CNN commentator Van Jones, who was the one who convinced her to study Law; and his mentors, the lawyers Jessica Jackson Y Erin Han, as well as his teachers Sam Farkas Y Chuck Shonholtz.

He has also had a memory for his father. According to Kardashian, his father has been “the best study partner”, although he also recalled that he used to make fun of people who did not approve the first time.

“For those who do not know my path in law school, know that this was not easy nor did it come to me,” he stressed. “I took this exam three times in two years, and each time I tried harder and studied harder, and tried again, until I succeeded,” he added.

The ‘reality’ star, who is in the middle of a divorce from rapper West, has confessed that one of the times he presented himself and suspended him, he had covid. Finally, he has also launched a message of positivity to his followers: “The bottom line is that you never give up even when you hold on to a thread, you can do it !!!!! Put your mind on it and do it because it feels so good once you get to the other side! “, he has riveted.

What does the exam consist of?

The so-called ‘Baby bar’ includes four tests and a multiple choice questionnaire from 100 questions about contracts and criminal law. And according to statistics, only between 20% and 25% of those who take it pass the exam. You must pass two successful exams in order to practice law in California.

Although she still does not have a degree, as part of her training, Kim Kardashian has already has achieved several legal victories.

In October 2017, she discovered on social media the case of Alice Johnson, a woman who was jailed in 1996 for a nonviolent drug offense, for which she was sentenced to a life sentence. Kardashian asked her attorney Shawn Holley to review Johnson’s situation and hires a new legal team for her. She herself met with then-President Donald Trump to intercede in the case, getting him to commute his sentence. Later, Kim signed the former prisoner as a model for his reducing lingerie firm.

The star, who is currently dating the ‘Saturday Night Light’ comedian Pete Davidson, has asked more than once for one reform of the American judicial system.

After helping Alice Johnson, he did the same with another Miami inmate, Jeffrey, who had been incarcerated for 22 years for a petty drug crime.

In 2019, it also helped reduce the life sentence of Momolu Stewart, who was able to go free after 23 years in prison for “having rehabilitated himself and not representing any danger to society.”

And not only that, in March 2020, the Instagram star shared that three women who were imprisoned along with Alice Johnson received clemency from President Trump. Crystal Muñoz, Judith Negron and Tynice Hall were serving time for misdemeanors, but their cases were exposed after Johnson’s release and they were also released.

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A month later, Kardashian released the documentary ‘Kim Kardashian West: The Justice Project’ , in which she and the legal team she works with expose cases of convicts who, in her opinion, were unjustly incarcerated. According to Kardashian, the objective of the production is to expose the problems of the judicial system in the United States and give a second chance to people who do not have the resources to defend themselves legally.

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