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Yearly Archives: 2015

Get Your Election Materials Emailed!

By Isabel on November 11, 2015//Leave a comment

You can help save paper and tax dollars while cleaning out your mailbox at the same time. Sign up to receive your sample ballot and voter information pamphlets by email.   The Registrar of Voters is sending out 1.4 million postcards to registered voters in San Diego County asking if they’d like to receive election materials in…

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2015 MCLE Credit Requirements

By Kelly on November 10, 2015//Leave a comment

Every three years, California attorneys who wish to maintain their eligibility to practice law have to complete 25 hours of approved MCLE credits.  The deadline for attorneys whose last names start with a letter from A through G to complete those 25 hours is February 1, 2016.   At least 12.5 hours have to be…

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Library is Closed for Veterans Day

By Kelly on November 04, 2015//Leave a comment

This Wednesday, November 11, all branches of the Law Library will be closed in observance of Veterans Day. Branches will follow their regularly scheduled hours starting Thursday, November 12.

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MCLE Crunch Cards are Here Again

By Kelly on November 04, 2015//Leave a comment

It is almost time for our eighth annual MCLE Crunch Time and we are offering our now-famous Crunch Card again. 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 purchase a card in person at our…

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Food for Fines is Next Week

By Kelly on November 04, 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 waiver of overdue fines on one overdue item. Since our maximum overdue fine can be as much as $74.00 for…

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Time to Renew Your Membership

By Kelly on November 02, 2015//Leave a comment

The Law Library sent out membership renewals last week via email (and by mail in a few cases). If you haven’t seen yours yet, please check your spam file. This year, we’re proud to offer you the option of renewing from home via PayPal.   Once again, we’ve been able to keep membership rates the…

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Food for Fines Program Starting Soon

By Kelly on November 02, 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 waiver of overdue fines on one overdue item. Since our maximum overdue fine can be as much as $74.00 for…

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Save the Date – Holiday Open House

By Kelly on November 02, 2015//Leave a comment

Save the date for our upcoming free holiday open house, December 10th, Thursday, from 5 pm to 7pm. Come see our popular Bookmas Tree. Meet special guests. Don’t forget holiday goodies and live entertainment.   Stay tuned for more information about reservations, special guests, our book of the year, contests, donation opportunities, and more.

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Membership Survey: We Need Your Input

By Kelly on November 02, 2015//Leave a comment

How are we doing?  How can we improve member services?  These are questions that only you can answer.   We are committed to improving and continuing to be more of service to our members.  Through a grant from the Association of Research Libraries’ LibQUAL+® program, we’ve launched a new survey of our members focusing on…

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The Secrets of Successful Negotiatons – MCLE

By Isabel on October 29, 2015//Leave a comment

The secrets of successful negotiation and conflict resolution – simple but powerful ideas.  A concise step by step strategy for coming to agreements, including negotiating with people who are more powerful, come in bad faith or refuse to play by the rules.  The principles to be discussed are applicable to one’s personal life, business, law…

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