Did Kim Pass The ‘Baby Bar’ Test | Can She Still Become a Lawyer
On December 13th, 2021, Kim Kardashian who is 41 years old, said that she had passed the “baby bar” exam in California. Did Kim really pass the Baby Bar Test?
This has finally put her one giant step towards becoming a lawyer. Despite the fact that she continued to fail this exam number of times, three times, before passing on her fourth attempt. Morghan L. Richardson, the leading lawyer, who works with Davidoff Hutcher & Citron LLP in New York City, stated that it may not have precluded Kim from her original intention of taking the full bar examination in the due to come year, 2022. And, after giving a full bar exam, she will be a lot closer for becoming an attorney.
Kim started a four-year internship with a San Francisco legal firm one year already, in the summertime of 2018, according to Vogue magazine. Jessica Jackson, a lawyer who formed a nationwide non-partisan lawbreaker organization that advocates, said that she had been engaging with the famous and former reality show star. This clearly shows that she has a lot of chances in becoming a lawyer. Also, she shows a deep affection in helping others and is very passionate about her work.
Following the first year of Kim in the apprentice in the year 2018, she made headlines and had a big controversy, for assisting in the release of Alice Marie Johnson, a 67-year-old lady who had been imprisoned for 19 years on a non-violent drug charge. Kim reportedly assisted in the release of 17 convicts in 90 days. She has worked tirelessly ever since, pushing for the causes in jails all around the nation. Her dream is to open up a law firm and walk on the footsteps of her father, Robert Kardashian who was a lead lawyer in The People v. O.J. Simpson case of a murder trial.
Instead of enrolling in a recognized law school, the SKIMS creator took a different path to obtaining her degree, opting for something like an apprenticeship with a legal professional. California has been one of the three states in the United States that allows the aspiring attorneys to prepare in this manner before taking the officially recognized bar exam. The “baby bar” is usually reserved for learners who have opted to pursue an apprenticeship.
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