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We welcome you to the San Diego Law Library and encourage you to use us as a community resource to learn about and use the law. Come experience how we can help you learn, grow, and thrive.

 

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Social Media Post of the Week: San Diego Courthouses Closing and Moving

By Kelly on May 24, 2017//Leave a comment

Do you follow our tweets and Facebook posts? If not, you missed the discussion about San Diego Superior Court announcing the closing of several courthouses and the transfer of many court operations.   The Family Court Building and the Madge Bradley Courthouse will be closing after the end of business on July 12. The old…

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We Want Your Input About Our Membership Program

By Kelly on May 24, 2017//Leave a comment

Our Membership Program is changing and we need your input. Help us build a program with services you want at an affordable price.   We hope you’ve found value in the services and information the Law Library provides. We are in the process of expanding the membership program beyond what is basically a book borrowing service….

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FREE Job Hunting Class Downtown on June 13

By Kelly on May 18, 2017//Leave a comment

Date: Tuesday, June 13, 2017 Time: 12-1 p.m. Location: Downtown San Diego No MCLE credit available Register: online   Join us for this FREE class to learn about the current trends in legal jobs and get tips for job hunting in the legal field. This class is especially helpful for new attorneys, as well as seasoned…

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Closed on Monday for Memorial Day

By Kelly on May 18, 2017//Leave a comment

All Law Library locations will be closed Monday, May 29, for Memorial Day. Memorial Day honors the men and women who gave their lives while in military service. The Downtown and Vista locations will be open their regular hours on Tuesday, May 30.   A variety of resources are available while the Library is closed….

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Even Supreme Court Justices Forget to Silence Their Phones in Our Social Media Post of the Week

By Kelly on May 18, 2017//Leave a comment

Do you follow our tweets and Facebook posts? If not, you missed the discussion about when Supreme Court Justice Stephen Breyer’s cell phone rang during oral arguments of Bristol-Myers Squibb v. Superior Court of California. Mobile devices are prohibited from the court during oral arguments.   Follow the Law Library on Facebook and Twitter so…

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