8 Aug 2012 10:28 AM EST
-by Molly C. Braswell, Staff Writer; Image: Rob Kardashian (Image Source: Us Weekly)
One of these days a Kardashian might just get a real job!
After being taunted by his sisters for years about living off them, especially Khloe Kardashian Odom, in whose house Rob has lived on and off for the past couple of seasons, Robert Kardashian Jr., 25, is going to law school.
Kardashian’s father was famed LA attorney Robert Kardashian, who was one of O.J. Simpson’s defense attorneys.
“Going to Law School very soon and so excited and can’t wait! School just never ends for me! #UniversityofSouthernCal #Trojans #FightOn” Kardashian posted on Twitter Monday.
He will begin the University of Southern California’s Gould Law School in the fall. He actually graduated from USC’s Marshall School of Business in 2009. He and his sister Kourtney are the only Kardashian kids to graduate from college. She received her bachelor’s in Theatre Arts with a minor in Spanish from the University of Arizona at Tucson in 2002.
“Rob Kardashian hasn’t even applied to USC Law,” @USCGouldLaw later commented to @atlblog.
“Rob Kardashian isn’t coming here, but we’re glad he’s a Trojan fan,” @USCGouldLaw posted.
@USCGouldLaw is not a verified account for the school.
“The law school has no statement regarding Mr. Kardashian’s Twitter comments,” a spokesperson for the USC Gould School of the told Above the Law (@atlblog) when they reached out for an official comment.
Okay, who wants to bet how long this will last? Will he actually go to law school? Will he stay one year, two years or actually finish? Place your bets now. JD orientation starts August 22...
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