C Kevin Leonard

C Kevin Leonard

Discrimination Lawyer
Concord, NH




No Misconduct



About Me

In the area of employment law, Kevin focuses his practice on representing employees. Kevinregularly appears before the Department of Labor , New Hampshire Commission for Human Rights , the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) and state and federal courts on behalf of employees. As a recognition of his commitment to employees, Kevinwas selected by other lawyers to serveas President of...

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Client Reviews

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Lack of follow up and declining our case for no reason after at least 4 weeks of waiting.

Posted by: Fay 10 months ago.

I and my wife , we are very disappointed . After reading good reviews here . we've chosen Kevin Leonard Office to take care of my wife...

Responsive, knowledgeable, agressive

Posted by: a Family client about 4 years ago.

I was referred to Kevin through a friend who was also a client of his. I have hired other lawyers in the past and have not had the results that...
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Michael Joseph Iacopino
Michael Iacopino

Manchester, NH

Over 2 years ago

Relationship: Worked together on matter

Kevin Leonard is well known as an excellent plaintiff's lawyer in both personal injury and employment law cases. He has obtained substantial verdicts...
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1994 License Status: Active for the state of Connecticut.
Last updated by Avvo: 04/13/2015
We have not found any instances of professional misconduct for this lawyer.

Work Experience

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1997 – present

Douglas, Leonard & Garvey, P.C.


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1993 J.D. in Law

University of New Hampshire School of Law


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2013 AV Rated -Preeminent



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1993- present Member and Former Executive Committee member

Merrimack County Bar Association

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2007 Supreme Court Decision Illuminates Class Action Requirments of Rule 27-A

New Hampshire Bar Journal

1998 Recovery for Emotional DIstress Damages in Wrongful Discharge Cases

New Hampshire Bar News

Speaking Engagements

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2010 Pretrial Discovery in Employment Cases

at Light My Way - Pretrial Discovery

2010 Wrongful Discharge in New Hampshire

at Employment Law class (First Year)

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