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    Tribal Law
    Did you know? California has the largest population of Native Americans of any other state and San Diego County has the most Indian reservations in the U.S. Each year we give special focus to an area of law intrinsic to the fabric of San Diego county's culture, history, and modern day life. This year we focus on Tribal Law and the sometimes complex relationship among federal, state, and tribal laws. Learn more!
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    Law Made Public
    Since 1891, we have helped the general public, self-represented litigants, businesses and the legal community. You can access legal information across four locations - Chula Vista, Downtown San Diego, El Cajon, and Vista.Locations & Hours
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    Law Library Kiosks
    Access our databases 7 days a week at our two partner locations - Chula Vista Public Library and El Cajon Branch Library. Our Law Librarian is available on site on select days of the month. Visit our Locations page for details. Locations & Hours
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    Self-Help Center
    Our Self-Help Center is your one-stop shop to get all the information you need to get started researching your legal issue, whether you’re starting a divorce or fighting a traffic ticket. You can find out what books we have in the library, clinics in the area, free legal websites, and more. Start Now
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    Community
    The San Diego Law Library is the only community resource dedicated to helping people learn about and use the law to solve problems, access justice and leverage opportunities. Since 1891, the law library has served the entire county – the general public, businesses, self-represented litigants, and the legal community – by providing the only freely accessible legal collection available to the public.Community Members