Paul Matey is a federal judge and one of the Trump administration’s appointees. He took office on March 18, 2019. He is currently the judge at the United States Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit.
|Birthday||March 29, 1971|
|Net Worth||$1 million to $5 million|
|Education||Seton Hall University School of Law (JD)|
While he started his law career more than 20 years ago and had been one of the most significant litigators in the US. He is one of the Republican political party’s most powerful allies when it comes to laws and has made many decisions based on the party’s own convictions.
Paul Matey is Trump’s 35th circuit court judge now serving FOR LIFE.
Republicans will stop at nothing to place their extremist ideologues on the federal bench – putting our rights and liberties at risk. https://t.co/qAgSeEIe9t
— Vanita Gupta (@vanitaguptaCR) March 12, 2019
10 Facts About Paul Matey
- Paul Matey was born on March 29, 1971, and is 49 years old as of September 2020.
- The judge has not revealed any information about his wife or personal details, similarly, he might be married but the details of his family are not available in the media.
- According to the official website of the US Courts, he earned a salary of $223,700 in 2019.
- Matey is a Republican and one of POTUS Trump’s legal allies. He has also been hugely criticized for bringing bi-partisan issues to hearing and litigations.
- His net worth has been estimated at around $1 million to $5 million as of September 2020.
- The judge’s heigh has not been revealed to the public media but some online tabloids claim he is 5 feet 11 inches tall.
- As for his education, he has a bachelor’s of Arts degree from the University of Scranton and later studied at the Seton Hall University School of Law graduating with a degree in law.
- During the early days of his career, he worked as a clerk for other judges.
- Later on, he became a litigator for Kellogg, Hansen, Todd, Figel & Frederick.
- He was appointed into office as the Judge of the United States Court of Appeals (Third Circuit) by President Donald Trump in early 2019.