Kim Kardashian is just a few days away from finding out if she passed the baby bar a third time around.
As “Keeping Up With The Kardashian” fans know, Kim suffered a devastating loss after not passing the baby bar the first time she took it.
Kim revealed the news to her sisters during the May 27 episode of ‘KUWTK.’
“So, you guys, I did not pass the baby bar,” Kim explained. “If you are doing law school the way I’m doing it, it is a four-year program instead of your typical three-year program. And after year one, you have to take the baby bar. This one’s actually harder, I hear, than the official bar.”
Kim needed a 560 to pass and she received a 474. She retook the baby bar in November 2020 and during the final episode of season 20 on June 10, she revealed she didn’t pass again.
Resilient as ever, the SKIMS founder is determined to pass. She retook the exam in June and will find out soon whether or not she passed.
Kim appeared on the “We Are Supported By” podcast, which is an extension of “Armchair Expert Umbrella”, hosted by Kristen Bell and Monica Padman.
She opened up about her law career and plans for the future ONCE she passes the bar.
While talking to Bell and Padman, Kim said, “If I did not pass this bar, I find out in a few days, I am really going to question myself, because I think I did well, so if I don’t pass I’m going to be so f***ing pissed.”
Bell follows up with “When you pass, what are your hopes? What do you want to do with it?”
Kim replied, “I really hope to first of all, so many incarcerated people that I’ve met are like the smartest people that would be some of the best attorneys. So, I really hope that I could start a firm that would employ a lot of these people that will really help.”
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Kim says degree or not, she will consider hiring formerly incarcerated people to help run her law firm.
“Whether they have their degree or not to really help with all the paperwork and help write everything we would need in a firm, I just think it would be super powerful to have an amazing firm with some of the smartest people just to help write bills, get people out, and just really focus on justice reform,” the law student in training said.
While Kim is focused on helping people get out legal trouble, she’s got some stipulations for her own family.
“I mean so far all of my family will ask me certain questions or look over this contract and I’m like, ‘Guys, I don’t have time,’” she said. “Like, we’re still going to have attorneys on deck, because I’m not going to be reading all of your contracts and negotiating shit for you. Like that’s, you know, what your attorneys are for.”
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Kim’s vanity has seemed to almost disappear, and she will be the first to admit that life was all about her at one point.
“My life has been so much about me. ‘Me, me me.’ You get to a point where it’s like ‘Ok, enough about me,” Kim admitted. “I’m like what else can I do, what can I do to really help people and that makes me feel happy, so that’s what I want to do is more justice reform to really help change the laws and the bills.”