Kim Kardashian revealed in a new Vogue interview that she’s planning to become a lawyer—minus the three years of cold calls, study groups and final exams.

Instead of law school, Kardashian says she has begun a four-year course of legal study with an unnamed San Francisco law firm. The State Bar of California allows people to bypass law school if they study under a lawyer or judge, a system that is commonly referred to as apprenticeship but is not widely used.

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