Reality star turned lawyer Kim Kardashian-West has claimed that raising "four black kids" has been the pushing force behind pursuing her legal career in a bid to fight social injustices.

Kim , 39, has revealed her campaign for the prison system reform and how the inspiration behind her career change has come from her family.

The Keeping Up With The Kardashians star has recently completed her first year of legal studies and hopes to take the bar exam.

Business-mogul Kim is hoping to send shockwaves through the criminal justice system and is planning to campaign for change as she feels it's "so discriminatory against black and brown people".

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In a candid chat with CR Fashion Book, the star said: "My evolution on this is probably some combination of growing up, getting married, having kids, and my life being so different than what it was when I was starting out.

"Now, I feel like I have a duty to myself and to my children more than the public and I want to be a good role model for my kids."

Kanye Wests' wife added: "I'm raising four black kids in this society and our system is so discriminatory against black and brown people."

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The KKW Beauty owner is mum to North, 6, Saint, 4, Chicago, 2, and Psalm, nine months, went into further detail about the reasoning behind her legal career.

"I want to do as much as I can to make their lives easier… I never knew much about the system until I started to dig in, and once I learned and saw how many things were wrong, I really couldn't stop."

She has also acted as executive producer on the upcoming documentary The Justice Project, a documentary that will see her explore the famous cases of Dawn Jackson, Alexis Martin and David Sheppard.

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During the two-hour episode, Kim visited prisons and spoke to relatives and friends of those she feels have been unfairly incarcerated.

Speaking about allegations that she is only following this career path "for the sake of her own image", Kim added: "I'm very used to criticism, so nothing really fazes me.

"I really genuinely stay focused on the cases and the people. I'm not doing it for publicity. I really do care."

Kim's father Robert Kardashian Snr acted as the attorney for infamous OJ Simpson who was accused of killing his wife Nicole Brown Simpson and pal Ron Goldman.

OJ was acquited for their murders in 1995 but a 1997 lawsuit found him responsible for their deaths.

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