The Maritime Law Association of the United States
Gordon T Carey Jr.
About Gordon T Carey Jr.
Gordon T. Carey, Jr., is an attorney at the law firm of Anderson Carey and Williams. With offices in Bellingham and Seattle, Washington and Portland, Oregon, the firm represents clients in admiralty and maritime cases throughout the Pacific Northwest. By making it a practice to bring several civil cases to Multnomah County Circuit Court juries every year, Gordon Carey's experience and knowledge wi... read more »
Gordon T. Carey, Jr., is an attorney at the law firm of Anderson Carey and Williams. With offices in Bellingham and Seattle, Washington and Portland, Oregon, the firm represents clients in admiralty and maritime cases throughout the Pacific Northwest.
By making it a practice to bring several civil cases to Multnomah County Circuit Court juries every year, Gordon Carey's experience and knowledge will prove an asset as you fight to receive the compensation you deserve after an accident caused by the negligence of a Jones Act employer or other third party in the maritime industry.
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- Office: 503-222-1415
- Fax: 503-222-1923
|Area of Practice||% Focus|
|Admiralty and Maritime Law||P22||50.00%|
|Oregon||Member in Good Standing||1975|
|Washington||Member in Good Standing||1975|
|Partner at Anderson Carey & Williams||2005 – present|
|University of Michigan||Law||Juris Doctor||1975|
|University of Oregon||Bachelor of Arts||1972|
|Teacher||Oregon State Bar Continuing Legal Education Committee||1992 – 1995|
|The Maritime Law Association of the United States||1985 – present|
|Member||Multnomah Bar Association||present|
|Contributing Author & Editor||Oregon State Bar Publications||present|
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