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Monthly Archives: January 2014

Upcoming Classes

By Benita on January 09, 2014//Leave a comment

Still need those mandatory, hard to find MCLE classes? Look no further! The Law Library’s MCLE Crunch Program includes classes on:    Legal Ethics Prevention/Detection/Treatment of Substance Abuse or Mental Illness Elimination of Bias in the Legal Profession   In addition to the mandatory classes for California State Bar members, we offer MCLE classes on a wide…

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Selling People is a Crime

By Benita on January 09, 2014//Leave a comment

Get to know others in the southwest area who are dedicated to fighting against human trafficking at the Southwest Conference Against Trafficking, January 17-19, 2014 at the Sheraton Hotel & Conference Center in Pomona, CA.  The conference, since 2009, brings together hundreds of people wanting to end modern-day slavery in our society.  Our community partner,…

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Library Closed Martin Luther King, Jr. Day

By Benita on January 09, 2014//Leave a comment

In honor of Martin Luther King, Jr. Day, all locations of the Law Library will close on Monday, January 20. This day honors the legacy of Martin Luther King, Jr., a man who inspired millions of people and greatly advanced the African American Civil Rights movement.     We will resume normal business hours on Tuesday,…

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Upcoming Classes

By Benita on January 03, 2014//Leave a comment

Our MCLE Crunch Program continues until the end of January. Meaning, there is still time for attorneys whose last name begins with N-Z to complete their 25 hours of Minimum Continuing Legal Education (MCLE) before the February 3rd deadline.   We are offering over 20 classes this month. You may purchase an MCLE Crunch Card for…

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The Strange Report: Vanity Plate Yanked by DMV – Do You Agree?

By Benita on January 03, 2014//Leave a comment

A vanity “NOT SEE” license plate — with the separate image of a swastika above it — caused a San Diego Unified School District bus driver to be suspended and the license plates to be yanked by the DMV.   The California Department of Motor Vehicles canceled the “NOT SEE” license plates — which, when…

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Year in Review

By Benita on January 03, 2014//Leave a comment

Goodbye 2013! We had such an amazing and exceptional year growing and reaching new heights!   Here is a look back at some of our greatest 2013 moments:   The Partnership Program: A unique program allowing business owners and law firms to sponsor educational programs and to help us raise funds. These funds are used to maintain the quality…

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New California Laws

By Benita on January 03, 2014//Leave a comment

What is new for 2014? Nationwide: 40,000 new laws and in California more than 800 new laws will take effect this year. Track the new changes with Rocklin and Roseville Today’s online series, which provides a short description of each new law with a link to the California bill number.   Highlighted below are a few of the more…

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the strange report: vanity plate yanked by DMV – do you agree?

By JohnnyZ on January 03, 2014//Leave a comment

A vanity “NOT SEE” license plate — with the separate image of a swastika above it — caused a San Diego Unified School District bus driver to be suspended and the license plates to be yanked by the DMV.   The California Department of Motor Vehicles canceled the “NOT SEE” license plates — which, when…

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