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Columbia University in the City of New York Legal Salaries

The average Legal total compensation in United States at Columbia University in the City of New York ranges from $195K to $277K per year. View the base salary, stock, and bonus breakdowns for Columbia University in the City of New York's total compensation packages. Last updated: 7/17/2024

Average Total Compensation

$221K - $251K
United States
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$195K$221K$251K$277K
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The highest paying salary package reported for a Legal at Columbia University in the City of New York in United States sits at a yearly total compensation of $277,300. This includes base salary as well as any potential stock compensation and bonuses.
The median yearly total compensation reported at Columbia University in the City of New York for the Legal role in United States is $195,050.

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