'He's in the top 10% of the top 1%' - $9.2m pay packet puts King & Spalding partner in the spotlight

Where does King & Spalding's Christopher Wray - Trump's nominee for FBI director - rank among the best-paid partners in the US?

With an annual salary of roughly $6.3m (£4.9m) per year, Christopher Wray is a rarity among Big Law equity partners, particularly for partners at Atlanta-based firms.

Wray, the Trump administration’s nominee to replace fired FBI director James Comey, chairs King & Spalding’s special matters and government investigations practice, a key area for his firm.

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