Kim Kardashian passes baby bar in a bid to become a lawyer

The reality TV celebrity and entrepreneur stated on Twitter on Monday that she had passed the California First-Year Law Students' Examination

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Kim Kardashian has conquered a major significant hurdle on her quest to become a lawyer.

The reality TV celebrity and entrepreneur stated on Twitter on Monday that she had passed the California First-Year Law Students’ Examination, a one-day exam demanded of budding lawyers in the state who are not attending an established law school.

After passing the examination, dubbed the “baby bar“, Kardashian will be allowed to proceed with her legal studies and take the main bar exam.

She indicated in 2019 that she was pursuing a law degree through the Law Office Study Program, which permits aspiring lawyers to train under the supervision of a competent lawyer or judge.

Kim Kardashian took to her Twitter page to announce her baby bar achievement to her 70million followers. She posted

OMFGGGG I PASSED THE BABY BAR EXAM!!!!

For anyone who doesn’t know my law school journey, know this wasn’t easy or handed to me.

California is one of only a few states with such a program, and it is the only one that has a baby bar.

The rate of success for the Oct. 26 exam that Kardashian passed was not yet available, but only 21% of those who took the exam in June passed, less than half the rate for the state’s most recent standard bar exam.

On Monday, the State Bar of California declared that baby bar results are classified and that it could not certify Kardashian’s passing.

Kardashian, whose father Robert Kardashian was a part of O.J. Simpson’s defense team during his 1995 murder trial, has earlier noted her aspiration to become a lawyer and work on criminal justice reform.

Kardashian is studying under the supervision of attorneys Erin Haney and Jessica Jackson, whom she complimented on Twitter for inviting her along to their court hearings.

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