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Gia Giudice Shares an Update on Attending Law School and Studying for the LSATS
The Real Housewives of New Jersey daughter is working hard on her legal aspirations.
Gia Giudice is taking action on her dreams of becoming a lawyer. Teresa Giudice's eldest daughter recently shared an update on her plans to attend law school, and how she's prepping for the Law School Admissions Test (LSAT.) But, as The Real Housewives of New Jersey daughter's followers have seen, Gia has already made great strides in becoming a legal pro.
Back in May, the aspiring lawyer graduated from Rutgers University with a bachelor’s degree in criminal justice. By the time she received her diploma, the New Jersey native already had her next gig lined up. It was previously confirmed that Gia would be working as an intern at Martinez Immigration, a virtual law firm run by sole practicing attorney Kathleen Martinez.
By late May, Teresa's daughter was hitting the books again. “There’s a lot going on,” Teresa said in an interview with BravoTV.com, in which she detailed her kids' busy lives. She explained at the time that Gia was “studying for her LSATs.”
Later, Gia proved that she was, indeed, studying hard. In October, she even took her books and a laptop with her to a salon appointment. Now that a couple of months have passed, Gia has yet another update on her law career.
Gia Giudice's plans to attend law school
When chatting with OK!, the recent college graduate said: "I think there's a lot of pressure coming out of school [to get] everything done right away. Everyone kind of expects you to have all the answers, especially in the public eye. I'm just taking it one day at a time and I'm kind of just doing what makes me happy,"
Gia added: "Law school is in the question. It's still in the cards. I'm still studying for my LSATs. I'm studying, I'm working and I'm building my brand as an influencer."
After launching a collaboration with SHEIN earlier this year, Gia reflected on what it takes to build a personal brand. "It's definitely not easy, but my brand has really escalated to a point I never thought it would," she said. "You don't really believe it until it happens in front of your eyes and until all these things start coming your way."
Gia Giudie's family inspired her to become a lawyer
Gia has said that her family’s legal issues initially inspired her to pursue a career in law. She noted in an interview with Page Six that her major “goal” is to help her father get his immigration status reconsidered.
We’ll stay tuned to find out what else the future has in store for Gia, whose talents run the gamut from fashion to law and more. The world is her oyster!