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Kim Kardashian passes law midterms with flying colors: 'It's my toughest'

By NICK GARCIA Published May 17, 2023 11:09 am

Kim Kardashian, who's pursuing a career as a lawyer, just passed her law school midterm exams with flying colors.

The reality television superstar was at the launch of her pop-up shop when TODAY's Savannah Guthrie asked her about her progress in law school. To which, she said she's taking up Constitutional Law 1 and 2.

"It's my toughest," she told TODAY. "Not the biggest fan of it, I've been sharing my struggle."

In any case, Kardashian said she just got scores of 100 and 95 in her law midterms. "I feel that gives me that boost of confidence again just to push through."

The socialite is hoping to take the Bar exam by next year.

Kardashian rose to fame as a reality television star, particularly in the long-running Keeping Up with the Kardashians series and its spin-offs in which viewers get insights into the lives of the uber-wealthy family.

She has also built a business empire selling lingerie and beauty products. Her now-dissolved marriage with Kanye West had a high-profile status for years.

Outside of her reality TV work, she appeared in a few movies in the late 2000s, including parody Disaster Movie in 2008 and romantic drama Temptation: Confessions of a Marriage Counselor in 2013. She recently voiced a character in animated comedy PAW Patrol: The Movie.

Kardashian first expressed interest in law in October 2017 when she learned about the case of Alice Marie Johnson, who had been in prison since 1996 after being convicted for helping facilitate communications in a drug trafficking case.

She fought for Johnson's clemency, even meeting with then-president Donald Trump. Johnson was released in 2018.

Since then, Kardashian has advocated for the release of several prisoners.

She began her law school journey in 2019 and in 2021, passed the first-year law students' examination or "baby bar." She also said she's willing to quit her showbiz career to become a full-fledged lawyer.