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Leonard Carder average salary is $69,667, median salary is $75,500 with a salary range from $52,500 to $81,000.
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Low
52,500
Average
69,667
Median
75,500
High
81,000
Total 2 Leonard Carder Salaries. Sorted by Date, page 1
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Lawyers 81,000-81,000 Oakland, CA, 94612 2012 Leonard Carder Lawyers Salaries (1)
Leonard Carder Oakland, CA Salaries
Attorney 52,500-75,500 Oakland, CA, 94601 2010 Leonard Carder Attorney Salaries (2)
Leonard Carder Oakland, CA Salaries
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  • Leonard Carder , LLP
  • Industry: Legal
  • City: Oakland, CA
  • For more than six decades, Leonard Carder's history has been inextricably tied to memorable worker struggles on the West Coast. Two of the paramount figures in California labor law, Norman Leonard and William Carder have represented the International Longshore & Warehouse Union throughout its epic battles to bring economic security, on-the-job safety and democracy to West Coast dockworkers, defended Harry Bridges and other accused Communists against the witch hunts of the 1950s, and represented Vietnam War conscientious objectors, the United Farm Workers and countless other labor unions. Norman and Bill epitomize what it means to devote one's life to representing...