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Yearly Archives: 2015

Last Chance – Membership Survey and Gift Cards

By Kelly on November 27, 2015//Leave a comment

Would you like a chance at a $50 gift card for answering a few questions about the library?  Then read on.   We’ve launched a short survey looking for our members’ input on library services. The survey should only take 7 to 10 minutes to complete.  And if you are a member and provide an…

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Big Changes at East County and South Bay Branches

By Kelly on November 23, 2015//Leave a comment

Big changes are afoot for our East County and South Bay library branches. We will no longer be providing library services at the courthouse branches. Instead, we are partnering with regional public libraries in El Cajon and Chula Vista to provide law library services in their branches. The physical branches in the courthouses will be…

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Library Closed for Thanksgiving Holiday

By Kelly on November 23, 2015//Leave a comment

All branches of the Law Library will be closed from Thursday, November 26, through Saturday, November 28, for Thanksgiving. Branches will resume regular hours on Monday, November 30.

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Superior Court Filing Changes

By Kelly on November 23, 2015//Leave a comment

Starting December 1, the Central Division Civil Business Office of the San Diego Superior Court will be making changes to the documents that they will accept for over-the-counter filing. You will be able to file any new complaints, summons, or case initiating petition over-the-counter. Previously, due to budget reductions in 2012, they had to be…

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Support the Law Library by Shopping AmazonSmile

By Kelly on November 21, 2015//Leave a comment

Black Friday and Cyber Monday are fast approaching! If you are planning to avoid the crowds and shop on amazon.com, remember shopping with AmazonSmile helps support the Law Library Justice Foundation.   AmazonSmile is a simple and automatic way for you to support the Law Library Justice Foundation every time you shop, at no cost to you….

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Holiday Shopping? Shop Amazonsmile to Help Support the Law Library

By Cheryl on November 20, 2015//Leave a comment

Black Friday and Cyber Monday are fast approaching! If you are planning to avoid the crowds and shop on amazon.com, remember shopping with AmazonSmile helps support the Law Library Justice Foundation.   AmazonSmile is a simple and automatic way for you to support the Law Library Justice Foundation every time you shop, at no cost to you….

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Book of the Year Balloting is Now Open

By Kelly on November 20, 2015//Leave a comment

Vote! The 2015 Book of the Year Award is in the balance!   It’s holiday time, and that means it’s time for the San Diego Law Library Book of the Year! And YOU get to choose!   This year’s contenders are:   The Girl on the Train, by Paula Hawkins – “a tense tale of…

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The Bookmas Tree is Back!

By Kelly on November 16, 2015//Leave a comment

Holiday Time is upon us, and with it comes the Law Library’s traditional, fun Bookmas Tree!   What is a Bookmas Tree? A tree made of books of course! Built with bound periodicals and superceded secondary materials, the 9 foot high tree is an impressive sight that will be visible from our Front Street entrance….

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MCLE Crunch Time is Coming Soon

By Kelly on November 14, 2015//Leave a comment

Our eighth annual MCLE Crunch Time is just around the corner. We are offering our now-famous Crunch Card again to help you meet your MCLE requirements economically. Buy now and pay only $149 to attend over 15 MCLE classes, including classes on difficult to find topics such as legal ethics and competence issues. You may…

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Take Advantage of Food For Fines – One Week Only

By Kelly on November 13, 2015//Leave a comment

The San Diego Law Library is offering its first-ever Food for Fines program the week of November 16-21, 2015. Bring a grocery-size bag of non-perishable food items to the nearest law library location and receive a waiver of your overdue fines on one overdue item. This does not include billed, lost, or replaced items. Since…

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