Whoa! We didn’t think this would really be coming out of our mouths, but good for her! In an interview with Vogue, Kardashian West opened up about her love for Criminal Justice law. Ever since Kim visited the White House to speak about granting clemency to Alice Marie Johnson last year, she has been completely inspired
“The White House called me to advise to help change the system of clemency and I’m sitting in the Roosevelt Room with, like, a judge who had sentenced criminals and a lot of really powerful people and I just sat there, like, ‘Oh, s—.’ I need to know more,” Kardashian Vogue.
She decided to do a four year apprenticeship at a law firm based out of San Francisco, she also would like to take the bar in 2022. Because she didn’t finish college she will be required to take a “baby bar,” after one year completed of her apprenticeship – if she passes, she’ll be able to study for three more years.
“Here’s a grandmother who took part in her first-time nonviolent offense and received the same sentence as Charles Manson,” she recalled. “I just thought, ‘This is so wrong and so bizarre, and how could that be?’ I sent it to my attorney and said, ‘What can we do? Does she need better lawyers?’”
Kim admitted she was nervous about meeting President Trump and talking about “sometime’s life,” but she was able to do it successfully.