Kim Kardashian West wants to take after her late father, Robert Kardashian, Sr.
In an interview with Wonderland magazine (via Daily Mail), the 35-year-old reality star talks about furthering her education, and going into law like her dad, who was best known as one of O.J. Simpson's attorney during his double-murder trial.
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"If things slow down and I had time, I really want to go to law school," she says. "Just something I can do in my older age."
Kim, however, would first have to get her undergraduate degree as she did not attend college after graduating from Marymount High School, an all-girls school in Los Angeles, California. In fact, Kourtney Kardashian is the only one of Kris Jenner's six children that has a college degree.
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In the past, Kim has expressed an interest in another field. “I would be a forensic investigator and live a normal life,” she told the June issue of Vogue Australia. "I'm gonna be that annoying, pushy mom and say I want to live vicariously through my kids and have them be a forensic investigator."
She added, "I've always been into the most morbid things. I was really nosy when my dad was working on the O.J. trial, and I would look through all his stuff, and I just wish I was in that field."
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While Kim may fantasize about another career path, when ET spoke with her after she graduated 8th grade, the Keeping Up With the Kardashians star was ready for the limelight. "Does everyone get a tape of this?" she asked. "I hope you do so you can see me when I'm famous and remember me as this beautiful little girl!"