Kim Kardashian West: I want to go to law school

2016-09-23 20:00

Los Angeles - Kim Kardashian West wants to go to law school "if things slow down".

The 35-year-old beauty is known for her appearance on reality TV show Keeping Up with the Kardashians, but now the star wants to follow in her late father Robert Kardashian's footsteps and become a lawyer.

Speaking to Wonderland magazine, she said: "If things slow down and I had time, I really want to go to law school - just something I can do in my older age."

It wouldn't be an easy path for Kim - who has two children, North, three, and 10-month-old Saint, with her husband Kanye West - as she would need to go to college first, having only ever graduated from high school. 

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Her father - who passed away in July 2003 when he lost his battle to cancer aged 59 - was a well-known lawyer thanks to his work on the OJ Simpson trial which saw the sports star accused of murdering his wife Nicole Simpson. 

The news of Kim's interest in the law field comes after she recently confessed she would love for her children to become forensic investigators so she can "live vicariously" through them. The brunette beauty also admitted she would "love" to live a "normal life" by pursuing a career in the law field.

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She said: "I'm gonna be that annoying, pushy mum and say I want to live vicariously through my kids and have them be a forensic investigator.

"I've always been into the most morbid things. I was really nosy when my dad was working on the OJ trial, and I would look through all his stuff, and I just wish I was in that field.

"It's the only type of TV I really like to watch. I love Making a Murderer. I love any murder show ... I would love to be a forensic investigator and live a normal life."

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