Jack Schlossberg | Bio, Height, Life Style, Net Worth, And Many More
Jack Schlossberg is one step nearer to evolving as a lawyer, promoting on Instagram on Friday morning that he gave the New York State bar test with a joyous shot of himself paddleboarding along Manhattan’s shore.
Schlossberg, Caroline Kennedy’s 30-year-old son, and President John F. Kennedy’s grandson, is an ardent stand-up paddleboarder who frequently posts photos of himself paddling down the Hudson River in New York City, where he was born.
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Friday’s paddleboarding photo, however, included a surprising addendum labeled “TFW passed the bar — Jake, Esq!” A second image in the post shows a part of a letter from the New York State Board of Law Examiners complimenting him on giving the exam on April 21, 2023.
Schlossberg’s new achievement follows in the footsteps of family relatives. Caroline, his mother, passed the New York Bar exam in 1989. John F. Kennedy Jr., his uncle, notoriously failed the New York Bar exam twice before passing on his third attempt in 1990.
Caroline Kennedy’s son, Jack, graduated from Harvard Law School and Harvard Business School. Schlossberg earned a bachelor’s degree in history from Yale University in 2015, with a specialty in Japanese history (an interest that runs in the family, given that his mother, now the US Ambassador to Australia, was formerly the US Ambassador to Japan).
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He enlisted in Harvard Law School in the autumn of 2017 and Harvard Business School in the autumn of 2018, Getting The Degree in February 2022 with a Juris Doctor and a Master of Business Administration.
Schlossberg has been more publicly visible through the family’s Profile in Courage Awards and other political and philanthropic endeavors, including speaking at the 2020 Democratic National Convention.
He served as a Senate page and intern (following in his mother’s footsteps) for former Secretary of State John Kerry, who famously told him, “A sense of humor is not genetic, but apparently in the Kennedy family, it can be inherited.” This quality appears to have persisted in President Kennedy’s grandson, Jack Schlossberg.”