William Barr, the Kirkland & Ellis of counsel who is set to appear Tuesday for his confirmation hearing for U.S. attorney general, reported earning nearly $1.2 million from the firm since March 2017, according to his financial disclosure.

Barr also said he anticipated receiving a $50,000 performance-based bonus from Kirkland for his work in 2018, pursuant to the firm’s established compensation program. Barr has worked as of counsel at the firm since 2017, but will resign if he is confirmed by the Senate to lead the Justice Department.

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