Kim Kardashian Wants to Go to Law School When ‘Things Slow Down’

Get you a girl who can do both. In the new issue of Wonderland, Kim Kardashian says that she eventually wants to go to law school when her time in the spotlight has dimmed a tad.

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Kim Kardashian on the cover of 'Wonderland' magazine. Petra Collins

“If things slow down and I had time, I really want to go to law school,” she told the magazine. “Just something I can do in my older age.”

The 35-year-old reality star would have one small obstacle to overcome: She never attended college following her graduation from Marymount High School, an all-girls school in Los Angeles. (Her older sister, Kourtney, graduated from the University of Arizona in 2002, and younger brother Rob graduated from USC in 2009.)

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O.J. Simpson with friend Robert Kardashian Sr. and Alvin Michelson during a hearing in 1995. Vince Bucci/AFP/Getty Images

But law would not be a completely out-of-left-field profession for the Selfish author to dive into — late Kardashian patriarch Robert Kardashian Sr. was a well-respected attorney who was part of the legal team that successfully defended his close friend O.J. Simpson back in 1995.

In an interview with the June issue of Vogue Australia, the Keeping Up With the Kardashians star revealed that she’s always had an interest in solving mysteries.

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Kim Kardashian attends the #BlogHer16 Experts Among Us Conference in 2016. JB Lacroix/WireImage

“I would be a forensic investigator and live a normal life,” she told the magazine of what she would do if she weren’t famous. “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.”

“I’ve always been into morbid things,” she added. “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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