Kim KardashianWest is well on her way towards a new chapter in her professional life.

The reality superstar and entrepreneur announced on her social media platforms Monday that she’d passed California’s “baby bar” exam, known officially as the First-Year Law Students’ Examination.

“Looking in the mirror, I am really proud of the woman looking back today in the reflection,” Kardashian West wroteAlong with a collection of photos showing her wearing a blue floor-length gown, “For anyone who doesn’t know my law school journey, know this wasn’t easy or handed to me.”

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She went on to explain that she’d previously failed the exam three times over the course of two years, but “got back up each time and studied harder and tried again until I did it!!!”

Kardashian West didn’t finish college but she did graduate. has been vocalAbout her desire to follow in the footsteps her late father, Robert KardashianYou can pursue the practice of law. The state of California doesn’t require a person to have a law degree to take its bar exam; in 2019, Kardashian West announced she would be doing an apprenticeshipShe worked with lawyers to achieve her goal.

According to the California State Bar website, the “baby bar” exam is required for law students who are “completing their first year of law study in a juris doctor degree program at a State Bar-unaccredited registered law school, through the Law Office Study Program and those without two years of college work attending a Committee of Bar Examiners ― or an American Bar Association-accredited law school.”

Kardashian West noted that this bar exam would be the first of two she’d have to pass in order to become an attorney, but stressed that it had “the harder pass rate.”

“I was told by top lawyers that this was a close to impossible journey and harder than the traditional law school route,” she said, “but it was my only option and it feels so so sooooo good to be here and on my way to achieving my goals.”

Kardashian West is a rising star in recent years. an outspoken advocateFor prison reform. She met President Donald Trump in 2018 to ask him to commute his sentence. Alice Marie JohnsonAlabama grandmother and was in prison serving life for nonviolent drug charges. Trump continued to commute Johnson’s sentenceLater granted her a full pardon.

“It’s never one person who gets things done; it’s always a collective of people, and I’ve always known my role, but I just felt like I wanted to be able to fight for people who have paid their dues to society,” she later told VogueWhen asked her about her desire to pursue a law degree, she replied: “I just felt like the system could be so different, and I wanted to fight to fix it, and if I You already knewMore, you could Do more.”


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