Kim Kardashian plans on lobbying to abolish the death penalty when she becomes a qualified lawyer.
The reality star has long campaigned for prison reform, helping to fight the cases of people stuck on death row alongside the The Innocence Project, a nonprofit organisation with a goal of exonerating wrongfully convicted inmates.
Just in January this year, the 40-year-old celebrated Chris Young being freed from a life sentence. But Kardashian’s ambitions aren’t limited – she wants to abolish the death penalty altogether.
In addition to keeping up her influencer duties, Kardashian is said to study law 18 hours a week under the guidance of Jessica Jackson, Van Jones, and Erin Haney. In the future, she hopes to start her own firm if and when she passes the California State Bar in 2024.
Kardashian explained in a new interview with Vogue, ‘Abolishing the death penalty is, like, so high up my list. And as I have clients that, you know, have gone …