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Asserting Criminal and Civil Remedies for the Victim of Elder Abuse – MCLE – East County

By Benita on February 26, 2013//Leave a comment

About the Program: – 1 hour MCLE General Participatory Credit available.   This one-hour class will be divided into two parts: The first part is meant to introduce the litigant to all the basic remedies an elder victim of abuse or neglect is entitled to in both the criminal and civil arenas. The second part…

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We have a New Website!

By Isabel on February 20, 2013//Leave a comment

What do you think of our new website, the final phase of an overall rebranding of the law library to make legal information and justice more accessible to the San Diego community? Designed to be highly interactive, the site brings our vast resources to the fingertips of four core users: legal professionals, business owners, self-represented…

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The Changing Face of Work & the Importance of Virtual Officing – CANCELLED –

By Isabel on February 11, 2013//Leave a comment

About the Program: There is no MCLE credit for this class. Sorry, this program has been CANCELLED. Technology, broad but fundamental changes in society, and demographics are dramatically changing the way people work. Many mobile lawyers and professionals are working from home or from cafes but lack the formality, professionalism and image that are required…

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Hartford Group of Merrill Lynch Our First Legacy Partner!

By admin on January 24, 2013//Leave a comment

The Hartford Group of Merrill Lynch has signed on as our first Legacy Partner!  Legacy partners get marketing, media and facilities benefits. This is a great deal!  We are excited to begin working with them. Their commitment will help us fund programs and technology to better serve the community.   We have several partner levels available, each with their…

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Building a $1 Million Book of Business

By admin on January 02, 2013//Leave a comment

Do you have what it takes to build a $1 million book of business? Have you ever considered the question? With the new year upon us, Legal Vertical Strategies invites you to ponder this question at a special event at the San Diego Law Library. Two class dates are being offered. Downtown Location, February 4th….

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Your “DIY LAW” Resource

By admin on May 11, 2012//Leave a comment

Are you looking for a place where you can find answers to common legal questions and other business resources? The answers are all here, at your San Diego Law Library! Our resources include: Start-up kits for creating your own business Links to online forms to streamline common business practices Legal resources that explain business laws…

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Helping Businesses Navigate the Legal Landscape

By admin on May 11, 2012//Leave a comment

Businesses face a variety of legal issues, but not everyone can afford an attorney for every legal problem. The San Diego Law Library provides resources businesses can depend on to make sure they are doing everything it takes to protect and defend their legal interests – and their businesses. We offer: Print and Online Materials…

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San Diego Law Library Offers Invaluable Resources

By admin on March 23, 2012//Leave a comment

It is the best of times and the worst of times for San Diego County businesses. The economic slowdown has made financing and protecting businesses more challenging than ever. At the same time, changing market factors are creating new opportunities to drive revenue and create new businesses. The San Diego Law Library offers invaluable resources…

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Help Us Double Our Money!

By admin on January 22, 2012//Leave a comment

The Hervey Family through the San Diego Foundation will match dollar for dollar up to $250,000. This is a great opportunity to make your money go twice as far. Make a donation today. San Diego, CA, December 14, 2011: John Adkins, Director of the San Diego Law Library, announced Tuesday a $250,000 matching grant to…

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