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Rob Kardashian for the defense

Rob Kardashian is getting serious about going to law school. The reality star is determined to follow his famous father’s footsteps straight to the courthouse. He’s found an unlikely ally in his new found educational pursuits: His Dancing with the Stars rival Nancy Grace.

Rob Kardashian is using the fancy footwork he learned on the last season of Dancing with the Stars to waltz his way into law school.

The lone source of testosterone among the Kardashian siblings is determined to follow in the footsteps set by his legal eagle dad. The late Robert Kardashian Sr. famously helped a man get away with murder defended O.J. Simpson during his sensational 1995 murder trial.

“Rob recently announced to his family that he’s buckling down to become a lawyer, just like his dad,” a Kardashian camp mole reveals on the pages of the Jan. 9 issue of the National Enquirer.

Insiders say Rob — who currently lives with his older sister Khloe and her husband, Lamar — is no longer content with the idea of living off of the Keeping Up with the Kardashians cash cow.

“He’s been hitting the books and studying like a madman for the LSATs (Law School Admission Test). He doesn’t want to just coast along with his famous family’s name and be a reality star for the rest of his life.”

The 24-year-old has found an unlikely mentor in his former DWTS rival Nancy Grace, the Enquirer claims. The big-talking prosecutor, 52, “couldn’t have been more supportive” when Rob confided his aspirations to become a hotshot attorney.

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Nancy has reportedly offered to help “The Male Kardashian” prepare for law school and school him on the ins and outs of professional practice. She’s even willing to slap her “John Hancock” on a few letters of recommendation to the schools Rob’s interested in attending.

“Nancy is extremely impressed by Rob’s drive and ambition and she’ll pull whatever strings she can to help him succeed as a lawyer.”

With any luck, Rob will pass the bar exam just in time to represent his sister Kim in her next divorce.

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