Kim Kardashian Passes Key Test to Become a Lawyer

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Kim Kardashian has crossed a major hurdle in her unconventional quest to become a lawyer. The reality TV star and entrepreneur said on Twitter Monday that she passed the California freshman law student exam, a one-day test required of aspiring attorneys in the state who do not follow. the traditional route of attending an accredited law school.

“OMFGGGG I PASSED THE BABY BAR EXAM !!!!” she wrote https://twitter.com/KimKardashian/status/1470396668440809483 to her 70.7 million followers, posting photos of herself posing in a bright blue jumpsuit. easy or handed to me. Passing the test, better known as the baby bar, means Kardashian can continue with her law school education and will be able to take the full bar exam. -kardashian / kim-kardashian-studying-to-be-a-lawyer-in-apprenticeship-program-idUSKCN1RM2T1 which she was studying to become a lawyer under what is called the Law Office Study Program, in which future lawyers are trained under the supervision of an experienced lawyer or judge.

California is one of the handful of states that have such a program and is the only one with a baby bar. Information on the pass rate was not yet available for the October 26 exam that Kardashian took, but only 21% of those who took the exam in June passed, less than half the rate of the exam. last regular state bar exam.

The California State Bar said Monday the baby bar’s results are confidential and could not confirm Kardashian was dead. Kardashian, whose father Robert Kardashian was on OJ Simpson’s defense team during his 1995 murder trial, has previously said she wants to become a lawyer to work on criminal justice reform.

She is studying under the supervision of attorneys Erin Haney and Jessica Jackson, whom Kardashian thanked on Twitter, saying they took her to observe their court appearances. Kardashian also noted that she failed the exam three times before passing. This made it his last opportunity: California typically allows people to take the freshman law student exam only three times, but gave anyone who failed the June 2020 exam an extra try due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

“I’m so happy for her,” said Steve Calandrillo, a law professor at the University of Washington, who taught Kardashian about contracts through Zoom to prepare for the test. “She’s worked so hard for two years now. It’s not an easy exam.” (Edited by Christian Schmollinger)

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