Brody Jenner Explains Why He Wouldn't Want Kim Kardashian As His Lawyer

Brody Jenner Explains Why He Wouldn't Want Kim Kardashian As His Lawyer
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According to a report from, Brody Jenner doesn't have a doubt in his mind that his relative, Kim Kardashian, will be a great attorney someday; he just doesn't want to be her client. When a paparazzo caught Brody at the LAX on Sunday, the reporter asked about Kim's recent announcement that she's studying for the bar exam.

As it was previously reported, Kim claimed that after she pursued activist causes, including freeing Alice Marie Johnson, the reality star realized she would have a much better hand at doing good things in the legal system if she was actually a practicing attorney.

As it was noted above, Kim is studying for the bar exam right now, and her family couldn't be more proud of her, with Brody being one of them. He just doesn't want to be in a position where he would ever need a lawyer, that's all. Despite the fact Brody and Kim never talk anymore because their parents split, he still has nothing but good things to say about her.

These days, Kim Kardashian, the Keeping Up With The Kardashians star, has sparked the ire of some of her fans and fellow cohorts in the entertainment industry for collaborating with president Donald Trump. Despite the fact she did good, some people aren't happy.

Twitter users accused Kim Kardashian of enabling bad behavior by the president, even though she and Donald actually acted as a force for good and saw the early release of a woman who was imprisoned for a superfluous and cruel prison sentence.

As fans of the KKW mogul know, she gets it honestly because even her father, Robert, was a practicing lawyer and he was one of the best claims a report from E! Online.

He was, perhaps most famously remembered, for acting as OJ Simpson's attorney during his trial for the murders of Nicole Brown Simpson and her friend, Ron Goldman.

It's unclear what aspect of law Kim is going to work in, but due to the history of her involvement in the last two years, one would surmise that it's in the criminal defense field.

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