Tiffany Trump Sets Aside Family Business for Law School- Harvard, Columbia or NYU?
Mar 06, 2017 06:45 AM EST
Tiffany Trump could be joining her two half-brothers for the family business after she finishes with law school. The youngest daughter of President Donald Trump has reportedly decided to become a lawyer and join the list of presidential children who went to law school while their fathers served in the White House.
“Tiffany, soon to be within the organization, always great to have you with us,” Donald Trump Jr. said at the Trump International Hotel & Tower grand opening in Vancouver on Tuesday. Donald has been joined by his brother Eric to oversee the Trump Organization following their father’s presidential win in November.
According to Bloomberg, there have not been any final plans for Tiffany, the president’s only child with second wife Marla Maples, to go on board the family’s New York company-based company. “While there are no immediate plans for Tiffany to join the company as she is currently applying to law school, the family looks forward to her potentially joining the business in the future if she chooses,” Trump Organization spokeswoman Amanda Miller stated in an email on Tuesday.
Last year, Tiffany graduated from the University of Pennsylvania where she majored in both sociology and urban studies, Vanity Fair reported. Meanwhile, her older half-sister, Ivanka Trump, said goodbye to the Trump Organization following November’s election and moved to Washington with husband, Jared Kushner, who currently serves as an adviser to the president.
After taking the Law School Admission test, Tiffany went on a tour at three high-ranking schools in the U.S.- Columbia, Harvard and New York University. Although the White House has not commented on the 23-year-old’s interest in law school, she is not the first member of the Trump family to take interest in a legal career. The president’s older sister, Maryanne Trump Barry, serves as a judge on the US Court of Appeals for the 3rd Circuit while brother-in-law Kushner also earned a law degree from NYU.