How very one-percent of her.

WASHINGTON (AP) — Massachusetts Senate candidate Elizabeth Warren was paid $429,981 as a Harvard law professor from 2010 to 2011 and got nearly $134,000 in consulting fees on legal cases in 2010.

Warren’s new personal financial disclosure report filed recently with the Senate shows she got $90,000 from a Florida law firm for her work as an expert witness in an antitrust case. She also got $43,938 in consulting fees on a legal case from Travelers Insurance.

Warren said her Cambridge, Mass., home is worth between $1 million and $5 million.

The longtime consumer advocate is the Democratic favorite to challenge Republican Sen. Scott Brown. Brown is seeking his first full term after winning the special election in 2010 for the seat formerly held by the late Sen. Edward Kennedy.

HT: William Amos