She would not be opposed to leaving “The Kardashians.”

Kim Kardashian declared that she would “absolutely” give up her reality television profession in order to devote herself “full-time” to her legal career.

When asked if she would ever contemplate leaving the cameras, she responded, “I would be just as happy being an attorney full-time,” during a discussion at the 2023 TIME100 Summit on Tuesday.

There is a lot that is always on TV and online, but I believe my friends and family are aware of how much we value our quiet time.

Kardashian, 42, continued by expressing her desire that her “life’s most meaningful work” will be addressing inequities in the nation’s jail system.

“Kim K. is retiring, and I’m just going to be an attorney,” I constantly jokingly tell my mum, who also happens to be my manager. said Kardashian.

The founder of Skims continued, “Cameras or no cameras, I would totally spend more time doing that.”

The road to become a lawyer, according to Kardashian, has shown her that there is “so much to be done.”

“It gets overwhelming,” she remarked, adding, “I brought my sister Khloé [Kardashian] to a prison for the first time last week, and that was really eye-opening for her.”

Before joining on with Hulu for their new reality program “The Kardashians,” which began last year, Kim appeared on E!’s “Keeping Up With The Kardashians,” which debuted in 2007 and ran for 20 seasons.

Kim’s career has evolved beyond reality television as she has introduced her clothes line Skims and her cosmetics line SKKN BY KIM (formerly KKW Beauty).

However, she only became active in the campaign for prison reform in 2017 after she began speaking up for Alice Marie Johnson, who had been imprisoned for life since 1996 after being found guilty of a first-time drug offense.

She spent a lot of time working to liberate Johnson, 67, and even had a meeting with former President Donald Trump about it. Johnson was freed after Trump, 76, commuted her sentence in 2018.

Since then, Kim has worked to support the release of numerous other prisoners, and in 2019, she stated that she was pursuing a legal career.

After three failed attempts, Kim, whose late father, Robert Kardashian, is famous for representing O.J. Simpson in his murder trial, passed the “baby bar” exam in 2021.

At the summit, she revealed her intention to sit for the actual bar test in February 2025.

Kim has a varied professional background and last September she also established the private equity company SKKY Partners.


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