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Celebrities Going to Law School in 2018

By George Khoury, Esq. on August 15, 2018 | Last updated on March 21, 2019

Do you follow celebrity gossip to escape from the mundane reality that is law school (or firm life)?

If so, there's some interesting and recent celebrity law school news. Apparently, in addition to America's second first daughter being enrolled in law school, two other (somewhat) big names have announced that they're starting law school this fall.

Derick Dillard Brings New Meaning to Duggar-in-Law

The Duggar family was launched into stardom in 2008 with the launch of the reality TV show 17 Kids and Counting, which became 18 Kids and Counting, and eventually 19 Kids and Counting. Derrick Dillard married into the Duggar family and the reality TV family dynasty in 2014, marrying the third oldest of the Duggar children, Jill.

Derrick will be starting law school at the University of Arkansas, and according to reports, was rather dressed up for his orientation.

Princess Mako's Fiancé, Kei Komuro

The announcement of Kei Komuro starting law school at Fordham in New York is making a big splash for those who follow the royal families across the globe. And while you might think that Komuro's wasting his time since he's marrying into royalty, you probably didn't realize that since he's just a lowly "commoner," Princess Mako will be required to give up her title and leave the imperial family in order to marry him.

Tiffany Trump Is Still Enrolled

Although the fact that Tiffany Trump is surely annoyed with all the negative attention she gets at Georgetown, and might be having trouble "integrating" into the community, the rumors that she's leaving law school are bogus. Those reports focused on the fact that she spent her summer having fun and traveling, rather than miserably toiling away at some law firm doing grunt work for barely any pay (as most 1Ls dream of doing).

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