This year, you might see some familiar faces in your law classes.
Above The Law reports that Kourtney Kardashian is looking into taking online law courses to kickstart her law career.
An anonymous source broke the news with Radar Online that Kourtney is reportedly very proud of her father’s achievements and she knows he always wanted her to be a lawyer. Robert Kardashian, Kourtney’s father, was the defense attorney who defended O.J. Simpson.
Kourtney Kardashian isn’t the only celebrity taking the law route. President Trump’s daughter, Tiffany Trump, is now a part of the newest class of Georgetown Law, US Weekly reports.
Orientation for the law school started on Monday. Tiffany’s brother, Eric Trump, earned a bachelor’s degree in finance and management from the university in 2006.
“Georgetown is an incredible school with great significance to me personally,” Eric told The New York Times. “I am so proud of Tiffany and all that she has accomplished. She is an amazing young woman, a terrific sister and has a remarkable future ahead of her.”
Tiffany graduated from the University of Pennsylvania in May 2016—the same school from which her father, sister Ivanka Trump and brother Donald Trump Jr. earned degrees.
The least famous among the three may also be the most impressive: Aaron Parnas. This isn’t a name that comes readily to mind when you think of law school. He’s only 18, yet he’s graduated college before finishing high school. Now, he’s joining the new crop of law students at George Washington University Law School.
Parnas had dreams of attending law school since he was 10. At 16, he took the LSAT, according to Above The Law.
The teenager has big goals for his law degree. He might even be a future president.
“I definitely want to go into a corporate position, maybe something to do with mergers and acquisitions,” he told Law.com. “I also like alternative dispute resolution. Either one of those two I’d like to go into for a while and get started. After that, I’d like to branch out into politics.”
Parnas says law school is the “perfect stepping stone” to achieve his goals. By the time he graduates, he will be 21—the minimum age requirement for bar admission.
For many, law school serves as a means to a successful law career. It seems these three are ready to set their best foot forward.
Sources: Above The Law, US Weekly, Above The Law
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