Amy Coney Barrett Net Worth in new york 2022

Amy Coney Barrett Net Worth in new york 2022

Amy Coney Barrett Net Worth

Amy Coney Barrett, a Supreme Court nominee, received more than $266,008 in 2016. That places the 49-year-old lawyer's net worth at a whopping $1,686,554 according to CelebrityNetWorth.com. That figure does not include the $90,000 that Barrett earned from teaching at Notre Dame.


Assets and Wealth: As part of her 2017 Federal nomination process, Amy released a detailed financial disclosure that broke down her previous salaries, current assets and estimated net worth. Notably, according to this disclosure, Amy and her husband own $1.278 million worth of marketable securities and $423,000 worth of real estate that has $175,000 worth of mortgage debt. Their largest security asset is roughly $624,000 invested in the Vanguard Institutional Tr. 2040 fund. She owns dozens of other securities that are index funds like the PIMCO Total Return Institutional Class and the JP Morgan Small Cap Growth Fund.

She has worked as a circuit judge on the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit. On May 8, 2017 Donald Trump (President) nominated Barrett to the Seventh Circuit and on 31st October 2017 the Senate confirmed her. She has taught civil procedure, constitutional law and statutory interpretation as she was a professor of law at Notre Dame Law School. Amy Coney Barrett has voted in both Republican and Democratic primaries. President Donald Trump nominated Amy Coney Barrett to the Supreme Court of the United States 8th days after the death of Justice RuthBader Ginsburg on September 26, 2020. (Source: www.getageheight.com)


Barrett had been included on President Donald Trump’s list of potential Supreme Court nominees since 2017. In July 2018, following the retirement announcement of Anthony Kennedy, she was reportedly one of three finalists considered by Trump as a possible successor to Kennedy. Trump nominated Judge Brett Kavanaugh for the position. Barrett is considered to be a possible nominee for future Supreme Court vacancies. Trump is reportedly “saving” Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s seat for Amy Coney Barrett if Ginsburg retires or dies during Trump’s presidency.

A hearing on Barrett’s nomination before the Senate Judiciary Committee was held on September 6, 2017. During Barrett’s hearing, Democratic U.S. Senator Dianne Feinstein questioned Barrett about whether her Catholic faith would influence her decision-making on the court. Feinstein, concerned about whether Barrett would uphold Roe v. Wade given her Catholic beliefs, followed Barrett’s response by stating “the dogma lives loudly within you, and that is a concern”. In response to Feinstein’s question, the conservative Judicial Crisis Network began to sell mugs with Barrett’s photo on them and displaying the Feinstein “dogma” quote. Feinstein’s line of questioning was criticized by some observers and legal experts while defended by others. The issue prompted questions regarding the application of Article VI, Section 3 of the Constitution which mandates: “No religious test shall ever be required as a qualification to any office or public trust under the United States.” During her hearing, Barrett said: “It is never appropriate for a judge to impose that judge’s personal convictions, whether they arise from faith or anywhere else, on the law.” (Source: allfamousbirthday.com)


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