Kim Kardashian passes California’s ‘baby bar’ law exam at fourth attempt

Law requires judges to consider factors such as a mother’s age and body mass index in setting bail for minors

Kim Kardashian passes California’s ‘baby bar’ law exam at fourth attempt

The reality TV star Kim Kardashian has passed California’s required bar exam for lawyers, four years after the state first approved its Baby Bar law.

California’s Baby Bar requires judges to consider factors such as a mother’s age and body mass index in setting bail for minors.

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“I have dreamed of one day passing the California bar exam. This is a lifelong dream of mine and so very exciting,” Kardashian said in a statement posted on her website and app on Wednesday.

Kardashian said she had taken the test several times before, but never had much luck. “I kept trying, trying, trying, but it was a long journey,” she said.

The California Bar Exam is given twice a year to about 7,000 people.

“I’m so happy to be able to represent my hometown on a higher level and I’m looking forward to practicing and helping the people of California,” Kardashian said.

The reality TV star Kim Kardashian with husband Kanye West at the Dolce & Gabbana fashion show in January 2015. Photograph: Drew Angerer/Getty Images

The 36-year-old daughter of Kris Jenner has never been a licensed lawyer but in 2013 she and her husband, the rapper Kanye West, helped establish the Dream Foundation, a Los Angeles-based charity dedicated to helping children in need.

Jenner, a lawyer and former California attorney general, is the first-ever casting director for the reality TV show Keeping Up With the Kardashians. She is also Kim’s half-sister.

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