Lauren Conrad had more than a thousand reasons to be proud of her soon-to-be husband, William Tell as he finally graduated from the University of Southern California Law School Friday, according to Lauren's Instagram. Lauren's photo displays the two extremely happy following the ceremony smiling directly into the camera celebrating William's biggest accomplishment in his life so far.
Though William was the one who graduated, Lauren found herself wearing the cap of the gown in Lauren's selfie along with Lauren & William both wearing sunglasses. William at least got to keep his gown on while wearing a white checkered button down shirt, and Lauren wore what appears to be a midnight blue v-neck short sleeve blouse.
Prior to William attending law school, William was a recording artist in the music industry where he first was part of the band, "Something Corporate" followed by becoming a solo artist. It wasn't until 2009 that William started going to college getting a Bachelor of Science in music/ business graduating with that degree in 2011.
In that same year, William decided to continue his studies at the University of Southern California working on a Doctor of Law (JD) law degree. After working hard on a law degree for 3 years, William got to experience commencement at the utmost proudest William can be obviously looking forward to many exciting opportunities in the field of law.
In turn, Lauren provided a hash tag saying #esquire for fiance, William foreseeing the many good times she and William will experience during his fresh career as a lawyer. From all the lawsuits processed in our judicial system alone, there's no shortage of work for young lawyers, older lawyers, experienced or inexperienced lawyers alike.
But looking at William Tell's education, experience, and entertainment history, this examiner sees William being an entertainment lawyer working to keep celebrities out of trouble. And Lauren Conrad can't be glad enough to have a lawyer in her corner helping her navigate the complexities of fame, fortune, and the tabloids.