Failing the lawyer exam for the second time, the husband of the former Japanese princess was dug into the past
Kei Komuro is still the focus of criticism of the Japanese media and public after the disappointing results of the bar exam.
In mid-April, Kei Komuro (30 years old), the husband of the former Princess Mako of Japan received the results of failing the New York State Bar Exam for the 2nd time.
This news made the Komuro couple become the focus of criticism of the land of the rising sun once again. The royal groom, who had many controversies, was unpopular with the people, continued to lose points and was judged incompetent.
Kei Komuro is working as an assistant at a famous law office in New York
Not only received much ridicule from the public, but also the past was turned over and many questionable questions were raised.
In 2018, Kei Komuro received the Michael Martin Scholarship for admission to Fordham University. This is a large scholarship, which covers tuition fees, dormitory rent, books, etc. and also has an additional living cost of about 10 million yen a year (about 1.8 billion VND).
“Receiving the scholarship at that time showed that Komuro had to be at least in the top 15% of students with the highest marks in the course. But the reality later showed that his academic results were not so outstanding.”a reporter specializing in writing about the royal said.
The bar exam is the biggest measure to show the academic results of law school students. However, Kei Komuro failed not once, but twice, raising suspicions that the scholarship the royal groom received in the past was due to a special “impact”.
It is known that the first time passing rate of the New York State bar exam is over 60%, sometimes more than 70%. The second pass rate is lower but not too high.
The fact that a person who used to receive a full scholarship like Kei Komuro failed the exam consecutively made the Japanese media doubt that he was special.
According to another reporter analyzed: “While marrying Mako away, Crown Prince Akishino and the Imperial Household Agency were particularly interested in Kei’s future life plans.
Mako has given up her title, and the Imperial Service is not ostensibly interfering in her life anymore. But given the fact that she was still the daughter and sister of the future Emperor, Kei Komuro still had an influence on the royal family’s reputation.
The fact that he benefits from the royal title is not surprising, even if Komuro denied he received special treatment during his wedding day press conference in October.”
According to the Law and Readers
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