Tiffany Trump will be attending law school at Georgetown University in the fall, a spokesperson for the family revealed to DailyMail.com on Monday.
The decision of the 23-year-old First Daughter to attend the prestigious institution means that she will now be just a few minutes away from her father’s new residence at 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue.
Tiffany will also be close to big sister Ivanka, who attended Georgetown for twoyears before transferring to the University of Pennsylvania.
Georgetown is the alma mater of Tiffany’s bother Eric, who earned a bachelor’s degree in finance and management from the school in 2006, graduating with honors.
When asked about his sister’s academic accomplishment, Eric told DailyMail.com: ‘I am so proud of Tiffany. Georgetown University is a truly amazing school and she is going to love her time in Washington DC.’
Eric is still very involved with the school, and sits on the board of The Business, Society, and Public Policy Initiative at the McDonough School of Business.
Tiffany first revealed she was considering law school in the same way most members of her generation share big news, on social media.
The sporadic Instagram poster shared a photo back in late August of an LSAT prep book along with a drop-in of her Bitmoji avatar and the words ‘I Got This’ splashed across her open study guide.
She appears to have taken her prep very seriously too, with the youngest Trump daughter seldom spotted out and about in the Big Apple over the past year.
Her big moment in her father’s campaign came the month before her LSAT prep pic, when the 22-year-old daughter of President Trump and second wife Marla Maples delivered an assured and humanizing speech about her father.
While appearing at the Republican National Convention, Tiffany spoke not of her father’s accomplishments in the business world or political rhetoric, but instead of his empathy for her and other close to him in their times of need.
‘I always looked forward to introducing him to my friends, especially the ones with preconceived notions, because they meet a man with natural charm and no facade,’ said Tiffany, describing a side of the man members of the public never get to see.
Tiffany’s debut on the international stage went so well that she began making campaign stops with Ivanka over the next few months ahead of her father’s eventual win.
She is now the first Trump child to not immediately go into the family business, though Ivanka did spend a year at a real estate development firm after her graduation from Penn before hopping over to the Trump organization in 2005.
Tiffany’s professional interests appear to lie elsewhere however, something she realized while still at school as she skipped the Wharton Business School path her brother and sister went down at Penn, and instead majored in sociology with a minor in urban studies.
That does not mean she will not ultimately join the Trump organization however in a legal capacity.
Tiffany’s father also has some pretty impressive contacts at the Supreme Court these days as well, in case Tiffany wants to follow in the footsteps of another family member.
In addition to Kushner, Tiffany’s aunt Maryanne Trump Barry also attended law school, graduating from Hofstra.
President Trump’s big sister had a very impressive career as an attorney and later a judge, with Ronald Reagan appointing Barry to the United States District Court for the District of New Jersey in 1983, where she served for 16 years.
She then got a promotion in 1999 from Bill Clinton, who placed her on the United States Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit where she served until 2011.
Judge Barry is now an inactive member of that court.