Kim Kardashian would consider quitting reality TV for an unexpected reason

Despite the fact that reality television is what propelled her to success, Kim Kardashian has stated that she is open to a life away from the cameras. On April 25, the SKIMS founder spoke at the TIME100 Summit on her successful business enterprises and her role in the criminal justice reform movement. When asked if she would ever leave reality television for another job, Kardashian said she “would be just as happy becoming an attorney full time.”

Kardashian entered law school in 2019 and passed the first-year law students’ test (often known as the “baby bar”) in December 2021. “The experience really opened up so many doors for me,” the reality star told TIME 100 moderator Poppy Harlow. “It becomes overwhelming since there is so much to accomplish… I took my sister Khloé [Kardashian] to jail for the first time last week, and it was a life-changing experience for her.”

Kardashian has expressed optimism that her attempts to overhaul the criminal justice system will become her “most significant” endeavor. “I usually joke with my manager, my mom, that Kim K. is retiring and I’m simply going to be an attorney.”

Inspired by her late father, O.J. Simpson’s attorney Robert Kardashian, the SKKN founder chose to study law after becoming involved in criminal justice reform work in 2017, when she assisted in the release of Alice Marie Johnson, who faced life in prison for a first-time drug crime.

Kardashian’s jail reform efforts continued in 2018 when she urged former President Donald Trump to sign the First Step Act. As previously stated, she passed the “baby bar” exam in 2021. In a statement at the time, the reality star admitted that her path to law school “wasn’t simple.”

“Looking in the mirror, I am incredibly happy for the lady reflecting back today,” Kardashian tweeted. “Anyone who is unfamiliar with my law school path should realize that it was not simple or handed to me.”

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