Kim Kardashian has grown tremendously since her family rose to fame on Keeping Up With The Kardashians in 2007. With the show getting ready to air its final season this week, Kim is revealing what's next for her. She has one major goal that she hopes to accomplish in the next few years as she gets the silent treatment from Kanye West during their divorce. https:\/\/www.youtube.com\/watch?vLALR0ovhVks Kim Kardashian Reveals Biggest Goal Ahead Of Final Season Of Show Kim has been a huge voice in criminal justice reform over the past few years. She has helped free many inmates including Alice Marie Johnson who was imprisoned for two decades. In an interview with Vogue, Kim revealed her biggest goal as she prepares to take the California State Bar exam in 2024. SEE ALSO: WHO WILL GET CUSTODY OF THE KIDS IN KIM KARDASHIAN AND KANYE WEST'S DIVORCE? "Abolishing the death penalty is, like, so high up my list," Kim said. "And as I have clients that, you know, have gone through close situations like Julius Jones in Oklahoma City that I'm really fighting for. It really makes you stop and just feel that you can't sit still until they right all of these wrongs." Kim has two years left of law school which she does for six hours each day. In fact on the day of her Vogue interview, she was supposed to be writing an essay instead. She planned on getting up early the following day to write her two-hour essay. Kim is also doing a Spotify podcast with Lori Rothschild as they look into the case of Kevin Keith who Kim believes was wrongfully convicted of three murders. https:\/\/www.youtube.com\/watch?v9ZeSGOe_gQA Kim revealed that after doing Keeping Up With The Kardashians for 20 seasons, there was one moment that really made her emotional. "I think my most emotional time was when we told our crew that we weren't going to go forward after season 20" she confessed. "I think I was also super emotional when my audio girl gave me my mic. She gave me my original mic that I started with and gave every family member - exactly how it was labeled...And it's just really special." Kim Is Saying An Emotional Goodbye To The Show Amid Divorce From Kanye "It was an emotional decision but we all felt like it was the right decision," Kim said about her famous family deciding to end the show. The finale takes place in Lake Tahoe and it's the final family vacation. Though this is emotional, the Kardashians did sign a deal with Hulu so it's definitely not the end for them being on television. https:\/\/www.youtube.com\/watch?vcPQ1W0jwEoQ&t1s In the meantime, Kim has been happy to be able to spend more time with her four children North, 7, Chicago, 3, Saint, 5 and Psalm, 1 amid the coronavirus pandemic. "This time that I've been able to spend with my children has been priceless. That part has been so beautiful" she said. She is currently going through a divorce from her husband of six years, Kanye West. The pair are reportedly not speaking to each other at this time. https:\/\/www.instagram.com\/p\/CJPxWPIAy27\/ According to Page Six, Kanye allegedly changed his phone number and told Kim that she can only contact him through his security guards. "Even before Kim filed for divorce, Kanye changed his numbers and said, 'You can contact me through my security'" a source said. "Despite this, she trusts him around the kids. He loves them and is seeing a lot of them." "She leaves the house and he arrives and hangs out with the kids. They have an army of nannies so the transition is easy" the source added. SEE ALSO: KIM KARDASHIAN SHOWS OFF DAUGHTER NORTH WEST'S PAINTING SKILLS BUT FANS WON'T STOP TROLLING Neither Kim nor Kanye are contesting to the prenup in place. No date of separation is listed on the documents filed by Kim's divorce attorney Laura Wasser.