I did read something about this item, but Kevin Underhill, on his LoweringTheBar, says it best, in part because he knows what he’s talking about and in part because anything he says is said best:
Speaking of product influencers, people keep saying that Kim Kardashian is planning on becoming a lawyer, as she told Vogue magazine in a recent interview. She’s not going to law school, but says she’s doing a four-year apprenticeship with a San Francisco firm, after which she would take the bar in 2022. You don’t have to have a law degree to take the California bar, or even a college degree, which is good because she doesn’t have one of those either. But almost no one who doesn’t have those things passes. Will she be one of the extremely tiny percentage who does? “The reading is what really gets me. It’s so time-consuming,” she told Vogue, so no.
Let me fill in what I know. Kim’s father, Robert Kardashian, had a law degree, too. He didn’t use it much but did activate his license to practice on behalf of his close friend, O.J. Simpson.
(I’m sitting here considering how much of this I can say openly.) (Let’s try circumscription:)
Something happened when Kim’s father went to the jail with some other of O.J.’s lawyers for a visit. Kim’s father was observed doing something surreptitious that was, gee, unethical.
A process was initiated in the California legal disciplinary agency, a process which might very well have caused Robert Kardashian to be disbarred or otherwise censured. I do not know whether that happened, or whether it didn’t.
Kim’s father died in 2003 and is, as far as I know, still dead.
There. Was that circumscribed enough?