Kim Kardashian previously announced that she passed the baby bar legal exam and it only took her several tries. Kim learned about the exciting news while she was out with her family at a Red Lobster. Kim Kardashian is now considering starting her own law firm.
Kim Kardashian wants to branch out from reality television and open her own law firm to assist death row inmates. Kardashian is seen meeting with Scott Budnick, founder of the Anti-Recidivism Coalition (ARC), in the current episode of Hulu’s “The Kardashians” to discuss how she might “make a difference” in jail reform in the United States.
I think it would be cool to start a firm that does just justice reform and hires formerly incarcerated people to run it and work there. I really invest in the people I work with, especially on death row cases.
After that, Kim spoke about Brandon Bernard, who was condemned to death in 1999 for the murders of Todd and Stacie Bagley and remained on death row until his execution in December 2020. Last December, the 41-year-old, who passed the “baby bar” law test on her fourth attempt, said she got to know Brandon “quite well” in his final days and was his “last call.”
Kim was also seen in the episode using her celebrity contacts to bring attention to the case of former death row inmate Julius Jones, which included Amy Schumer, Snoop Dogg, and James Corden. Jones’ sentence was eventually commuted to life in prison without the possibility of release just four hours before his planned execution in November by Oklahoma Governor Kevin Stitt. Check out the YouTube video below.
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