J Michael Luttig Net Worth, Salary, Income Source, Professional Career (2022)

J Michael Luttig Net Worth

J Michael Luttig Net Worth – J Michael Luttig has an estimated Net Worth of $42 Million. He is an American lawyer and a former United States Circuit Judge of the United States Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit in Richmond, Virginia.

J Michael Luttig Net Worth

 J Michael Luttig has an estimated Net Worth of $42 Million in 2022.He earns a good fortune from his hard work , which he devotes a lot of time to and where he presents oneself entirely.

Name  J Michael Luttig
Net Worth ( 2022 ) $42 Million
Income Source American lawyer and a former United States Circuit Judge
Income / Salary Under Review
Last Update 2022

 J Michael Luttig Net Worth Growth

Net Worth in 2022 $42 Million 
Net Worth in 2021 $40 Million
Net Worth in 2020 $38 Million
Net Worth in 2019 $36 Million
Net Worth in 2018 $35 Million

 J Michael Luttig Salary, Income Source

J Michael Luttig Professional Career

At the time he resigned, federal appeals court judges made as a Salary $175,100 per year. Boeing’s 2008 Annual Report says that Luttig was paid a total of $2,798,962 in 2008. In May 2019, Luttig resigned from his position as general counsel for Boeing. He earns a handsome salary from his profession. Via his sources of income, he has been able to accumulate good fortune to living a very lavish and comfortable lifestyle. His Accurate Salary Details is not mention yet on officially we will update soon.

J Michael Luttig Early Life and Education

He was born in 1954 in Tyler, Texas. After high school, he went to Washington and Lee University. In 1976, he got a Bachelor of Arts with Omicron Delta Kappa. From 1976 to 1978, Luttig worked in the Office of the Administrative Assistant to the Chief Justice at the U.S. Supreme Court. It was there that he became close friends with Chief Justice Warren Burger. He then went to law school at the University of Virginia and got his Juris Doctor in 1981.

J Michael Luttig Personal Life

J Michael Luttig Salary

J Michael Luttig Married with Beautiful wife Elizabeth Ann Luttig.They have together two children named one daughter Morgan Luttig and one son named John Luttig.

J Michael Luttig Professional Career

After he graduated from law school, Luttig worked for a year as an assistant to the White House Counsel, Fred F. Fielding. Fielding hired Luttig because Burger told him to do so.Luttig’s job was to look over possible judicial appointments and make sure they were in line with the policies of the administration.

From 1982 to 1983, he worked as a clerk for Antonin Scalia, who was a judge on the U.S. Court of Appeals for the D.C. Circuit at the time. Scalia was one of the people he had looked into as a possible judge in his previous job. Then, from 1983 to 1984, he worked at the Supreme Court as one of Burger’s law clerks.

Later, Luttig was one of the people in charge of Burger’s one-page will, which became famous because Burger didn’t say how the estate taxes should be paid.As a special assistant, Luttig kept working for Burger until 1985, when he went into private practice at the Washington office of Davis Polk & Wardwell.In 1989, Luttig went back to work for the government. From 1989 to 1991, he held different jobs in the US Department of Justice under George H. W. Bush, including being the Assistant Attorney General in charge of the Office of Legal Counsel.

As part of his job at the Justice Department, he helped Supreme Court nominees David Souter and Clarence Thomas get confirmed by the Senate. His help for Thomas was a bit controversial because he helped Thomas through his highly contested Senate confirmation process. This was after Luttig’s own appointment to the federal bench had been approved by the Senate, but before Luttig took the judicial oath of office.

In January 2021, it was reported that Luttig “played a key role in advising” US vice president Mike Pence on what his legal responsibilities and powers were as he presided over the electoral vote count on January 6 of that month, in the face of pressure by president Donald Trump to take steps to overturn some states’ votes.Luttig “agreed to quickly write up his opinion that the vice president had no power to change the outcome, then posted it on Twitter.”On June 16, 2022, Luttig testified during a hearing conducted by the United States House Select Committee on the January 6 Attack.