Linda M. Dardarian

Partner at Goldstein Demchak Baller Borgen & Dardarian

Linda M. Dardarian

Linda M. Dardarian

Partner at Goldstein Demchak Baller Borgen & Dardarian

Biography

Linda Dardarian joined Goldstein, Borgen, Dardarian & Ho in September 1991. She became a partner of the firm in January 1998. Ms. Dardarian has extensive experience in litigating class action employment discrimination, disability access, and wage and hour cases, and has litigated landmark citizen suits brought to enforce the Clean Water Act. Ms. Dardarian was named in “Northern California Super Lawyers – The Top Attorneys in Northern California,” Law & Politics August 2005, 2006 and 2007 for her employment law work. She was noted in California Lawyer Magazine’s December 2000 listing of the Lawyers of the Year for her work, with co-counsel Lainey Feingold, in making financial institutions’ automated teller machines, websites and printed materials accessible to persons with vision impairments. She was also awarded the 2007 Special Achievement Award by the American Council of the Blind and the 2001 Access Award by the American Foundation for the Blind, for representing the California Council of the Blind in obtaining major financial institutions’ commitments to install talking ATMs for persons with vision impairments. Ms. Dardarian has an AV Peer Review rating with Martindale-Hubbell.

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Executive Vice Chair at Legal Aid Society of San Francisco

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Vice Chair at Legal Aid Society of San Francisco

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Director Development at Disability Rights Advocates

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Former Executive Director at Disability Rights Advocates

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President & Founder at Issue Dynamics, Inc.

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Director of Employment & Disability Benefits Initiative (Edbi) at World Institute on Disability

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Partner at Goldstein Demchak Baller Borgen & Dardarian

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Director at Disability Rights Advocates

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Partner at Cooley LLP

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Partner at Zelle LLP

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Partner at Goldstein Demchak Baller Borgen & Dardarian
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The Legal Aid Society–Employment Law Center is a nonprofit, legal services organization assisting California’s low-income working families for more than 90 years. The LAS–ELC helps people protect their workplace rights regardless of their ability to pay. Its work is supported by charitable contributions, foundation grants, the Legal Services Trust Fund, and court awarded attorneys’ fees. They are not recipients of Legal Services Corporation funds. Volunteers provide essential support that enables LAS–ELC to take cases that would otherwise be unable to accept.

Vice Chair
Tenure Unconfirmed

THE MISSION OF THE WORLD INSTITUTE ON DISABILITY (WID) IN COMMUNITIES AND NATIONS WORLDWIDE IS TO ELIMINATE BARRIERS TO FULL SOCIAL INTEGRATION & INCREASE EMPLOYMENT, ECONOMIC SECURITY & HEALTH CARE FOR PERSONS WITH DISABILITIES.

Member, Board of Directors
Tenure Unconfirmed

TO ENSURE DIGNITY, EQUALITY, AND OPPORTUNITY FOR PEOPLE WITH ALL TYPES OF DISABILITIES

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$500 +
2012

The largest provider of free legal services in Alameda County, assisting low income residents with housing, health, immigration, public benefits, criminal records, consumer debt, homelessness, & other legal issues, while providing clinical training for law students.

$500 +
2011

The largest provider of free legal services in Alameda County, assisting low income residents with housing, health, immigration, public benefits, criminal records, consumer debt, homelessness, & other legal issues, while providing clinical training for law students.

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2010

The University of California, Berkeley, School of Law, commonly referred to as Berkeley Law and Boalt Hall, is one of 14 schools and colleges at the University of California, Berkeley. Berkeley Law is consistently ranked as one of the top law schools in the nation, with acceptance rates lower than every school except Yale and Stanford. The Department of Jurisprudence was founded at Berkeley in 1894. In 1912, the department was renamed the School of Jurisprudence, which was then renamed the School of Law in 1950. The School was originally located in the center of the main UC Berkeley campus in the Boalt Memorial Hall of Law, built in 1911 with funds largely from Elizabeth Josselyn Boalt donated in memory of her late husband, John Henry Boalt. In 1951, the School moved to its current location in the new Boalt Hall, at the southeast corner of the campus, and the old Boalt Hall was renamed Durant Hall. In April 2008, the law school rebranded itself from "Boalt Hall" to "Berkeley Law", in order to more closely tie the law school's name with the campus upon which it resides. The administration hopes that this move will further increase the law school's prestige, since people will now associate it with the Berkeley campus.

Political Donations
$1,000
2016
$1,000
2016
$2,500
2012

Former President of United States

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