Amy Coney Barret net worth $2.5 million
Amy Coney Barrett is an American lawyer, judge and professor who has a net worth of $2 million. Amy became well-known nationally in September 2020 when President Donald Trump placed her on a short list of judges to replace justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg on the United States Supreme Court. Trump officially named her as his selection on September 26, 2020.
Salary: As a Circuit judge, Amy Coney Barrett’s annual base salary is $209,100. Amy at times has also worked as a professor at the University of Notre Dame. Her salary as a professor at Notre Dame peaked at $209,676 in 2016. If she is confirmed to the US Supreme Court her salary will jump to $235,000 per year.
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.
The financial disclosure listed total assets of $2,070,195 and total liabilities of $175,021 (the mortgage) for a net worth of $1,895,174. That was in mid-2017. Her security portfolio has likely gained 10-15% in the years since.