Kim Kardashian West is being perceived for her “life-changing” work on prison reform with a prestigious award.
The Keeping Up with the Kardashians star will receive the Women Leadership in Law Award alongside her lawyer Shawn Holley, after they effectively requested of US President Donald Trump to drive the lifelong incarceration of peaceful medication wrongdoer Alice Marie Johnson, which prompted the First Step Act being passed.
As per TMZ.com, the pair will be handed their awards, which are sponsored by The California Lawyer and the Daily Journal, at a conference in Beverly Hills next month.
The 38-year-old reality star and her attorney were sent letters commending them for their “life-changing” work..
They were told: “You both are truly inspirational, and your work has been life-changing.”
The KKW Beauty businesswoman – who quickly attended Pierce College in Los Angeles, yet doesn’t hold a degree as she never graduated – is studying to be an attorney and started a four-year apprenticeship with a San Francisco law firm the previous summer and would like to take her bar exams in 2022.
Not long ago, Kim passed her Tort law, and should she “pass the bar” she has just been offered an occupation by attorney Robert Shapiro – who worked with her late dad Robert Kardashian.
The 76-year-old legal eagle, a senior accomplice in the Los Angeles-based law office Glaser Weil Fink Jacobs Howard Avchen and Shapiro, LLP., worked close by her father as a major aspect of the well known “Dream Team” who effectively defended O. J. Simpson in 1995, from the charges that he killed his ex-wife Nicole Brown Simpson and her friend in 1994.
He trusts Kim will make a “sensational lawyer” and said she would be more than welcome to join his team if she aces her exams.
He said: “You know what? Once she passes the bar, she will always have a job at my law firm.
“I think she will be a sensational lawyer.”