Top 5 Richest Women Lawyer in the World :-
Women play an important in our society. So, who are they? Here is a quick look at the Top 5 Richest Women Lawyers in the world, ranked from the lowest net worth to the highest.
Top 5 Richest Women Lawyer in the World :-
- Judy Sheindlin :- ($ 150-250 million)
- Jane Wanjiru Michuki :- ($ 60 million)
- Lynn Toler :- ( $ 15 million)
- Vikki Ziegler :- ( $ 2.5 million)
- Stacey Gander ( $ 1 million)
5. Stacey Gander ( $ 1 million)
Stacey Gardener (born November 6, 1980 in Beverly Hills, California) is an American Model and an Attorney. She is best known to TV Game Show audiences as Briefcase Model #2 on the NBC Game Show Deal or No Deal. With the total holdings worth of $ 1 million we have another Lawyer come model from United States Stacey Gardner at the tenth position in our list. She has a good career in both of her profession.
9. Vikki Ziegler :- ( $ 2.5 million)
Vikki Ziegler is an American lawyer and author. Her book The Pre-marital Planner: A Complete Legal Guide to a Perfect Marriage was published in 2012, and from 2014 to 2016 she was the focus of the reality television show Untying the Knot. She practices martrimonial law, and is a founding partner in the firm Ziegler and Zemsky LLC. As a businessperson, she has founded several divorce related websites. Vikki Ziegler is an attorney from New Jersey who is also known as a television person and author as well. She earned her degree in legislature from Quinnipiac College School of Law. In the tart of her career she works as a court clerk and later she initiates her own law firm and now she is holding around $ 2.5 million.
3. Lynn Toler :- ( $ 15 million)
Lynn Toler (born October 25, 1959) is an American lawyer and the arbitrator (judge) on the court series Divorce Court. Toler earned an undergraduate degree in English and American Literature from Harvard College (1981) and a Juris Doctor from the University of Pennsylvania Law School (1984). Better known as the judge from TV’s Divorce Court since 2007, Lynn Toler formerly served as the only municipal court judge in Cleveland Heights, OH for more than 8 years. After receiving her law degree from the University of Pennsylvania Law School in 1984, she focused on civil law until becoming municipal court judge. In this role, she was known for enforcing nontraditional sentences, such as writing essays. In addition to presiding over divorce court, Lynn is the author of three books.
2. Jane Wanjiru Michuki :- ($ 60 million)
Jane Wanjiru Michuki is a Kenyan lawyer, businesswoman and investor. She is the Managing Partner at Kimani & Michuki Advocates, a corporate law firm based in Nairobi whose client list includes Equity Group Holdings Limited, the largest bank holding company on the African continent with over 9.2 million customers as of 30 June 2014. She is the largest female stockholder on the Nairobi Stock Exchange (NSE), with an estimated net worth of approximately US$50 million, as of November 2014, making her one of the wealthiest people in Kenya.Educated at the Kenya School of Law and Warwick University, Jane Wanjiru Michuki is a managing partner at Kimani & Michuki Advocate, a corporate law firm in Nairobi, Kenya that represents several of the largest corporations in Kenya, such as Equity Group Holdings Limited. In addition to her law career, she is the largest female stockholder on the Nairobi Stock Exchange, which is where a good bit of her net worth comes from.
1. Judy Sheindlin :- ($ 150-250 million)
Judith Susan Sheindlin (née Blum; born October 21, 1942), professionally known as Judge Judy, is an American prosecution lawyer, former Manhattan family court judge, television personality, television producer, and author. Since September 1996, Sheindlin has presided over her own successful 3-time Daytime Emmy Award–winning arbitration-based court show series, Judge Judy, produced by CBS Television Distribution. Sheindlin passed the New York state bar examination in 1965 and became a prosecutor in the family court system. In 1982 New York City Mayor Ed Koch appointed her as a judge, first in criminal court, then later as Manhattan’s supervising family court judge in 1986. Best known for being a no-nonsense TV judge, Judge Judy earns $47 million a year. A 1965 graduate of New York Law School, Judge Sheindlin was originally a corporate attorney, though she quickly grew tired of it and choose to become a family court prosecutor. In 1982, she was appointed as a criminal court judge, where she earned a reputation as a “tough” judge and presided over more than 20,000 cases. This, along with several books she wrote, caught the eye of TV executives and eventually led to her TV show. In addition, she is the author of seven books and has served as legal analyst on various TV shows.