Lewis Liman, the Cleary Gottlieb Steen & Hamilton partner nominated by President Donald Trump for the Southern District of New York federal bench, has a total net worth of $37.7 million, with millions of dollars in assets in real estate and securities.

Liman’s net worth, his $2.8 million from his partnership income last year and how he came to be selected to the prestigious position—the process started years ago, before Trump’s election—are all outlined in newly disclosed financial records.

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