Like other appointees, lawyers tapped to serve in the administration in Washington are required to file papers revealing how much they’re worth and the sources of those funds. These government ethics disclosures, collected since January, show down to the dollar how much a law firm partner earned from a firm. Below and in the slideshow above are some of the top billers who’ve joined since President Donald Trump took office in January.
Jay Clayton – $7,623,900 total Nobody expected Sullivan & Cromwell to pay poorly. Indeed, the SEC chairman earned $7.6 million over 13 months as a partner at Sullivan & Cromwell. Read more.
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