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Never Fear, We’re Still Here!

By Valerie on January 17, 2020//Leave a comment

As many of our recent visitors to our Downtown location may already know, there is quite a bit of construction going on outside of our building.   The County is in the process of building an underground tunnel from the San Diego Central Jail to the San Diego County Central Courthouse on Union Street.  This…

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Get on the Bus to the Open House

By Valerie on January 17, 2020//Leave a comment

Register today for our 8th Annual Open House! On Thursday, February 6th we will celebrate PEACE, LOVE, and LAW LIBRARIES at our Downtown Location from 5:00 pm to 7:00 pm. The Open House is our opportunity to show our love for the community. We are celebrating our accomplishments and letting you in on our plans…

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Announcing the New Executive Board for 2020

By Valerie on January 17, 2020//Leave a comment

The San Diego Law Library is pleased to announce the Executive Board for 2020!   President: Mara W. Elliott, Esq., San Diego City Attorney Vice President: Carla DiMare, Esq., Law Offices of Carla DiMare, PC Secretary: Jeffrey Cawdrey, Esq.,  Partner; Gordon & Rees LLP Treasurer: Lorena Slomanson, Esq., Director of Development for Legal Aid Society of…

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Open House Celebrates Peace, Love, and Law Libraries

By Valerie on January 10, 2020//Leave a comment

Celebrate PEACE, LOVE, and LAW LIBRARIES on Thursday, February 6th, from 5pm to 7pm, for our 8th Annual Open House. This FESTIVAL OF LOVE will celebrate our accomplishments, look forward to new ways to provide Access to Justice, and network with colleagues and cool cats! This free community event, so it won’t cost you any DOUGH!…

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The Hon. Desirée A. Bruce-Lyle Joins the Law Library Board of Trustees

By Valerie on January 10, 2020//Leave a comment

We are pleased to announce the appointment of the Honorable Desirée A. Bruce-Lyle to the Law Library Board of Trustees. Judge Bruce-Lyle replaces the Hon. David Berry, who received the Outstanding Service Award for his dedication to the law library.   Judge Bruce-Lyle was born in Ghana, where her father served as a Justice of…

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Library Closed for Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Day

By Valerie on January 10, 2020//Leave a comment

All Law Library locations will be closed Monday, January 20, 2020, in observance of the birthday of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. All locations will be open regular hours Tuesday, January 21.   Patrons can access a variety of online resources while the Library is closed. You can start with our Self-Help Center or the…

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This Week’s MCLE Lineup Includes 1 Hour Bias Credit

By Valerie on January 10, 2020//Leave a comment

The deadline for continuing legal education credit is only two weeks away! Fortunately, we have a week of lunchtime classes to fulfill your MCLE needs, including a Friday class that provides one hour of Bias Credit. Each 1 hour class is regularly $25, but there are two programs that can make them even more economical. Check…

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8th Annual Open House on Feb. 6

By Valerie on January 08, 2020//Leave a comment

Join the San Diego Law Library, the San Diego County Bar Association, and the San Diego County Library on Thursday, February 6th, from 5pm to 7pm at the Downtown Law Library for a celebration of PEACE, LOVE, and  LAW LIBRARIES!   This is a night to get GROOVY and  celebrate our accomplishments, look forward to…

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Final Month of MCLE Crunchtime

By Valerie on January 06, 2020//Leave a comment

As you all know by now, the California Bar requires attorneys whose last names starts with N-Z to complete 25 hours of MCLE credit by February 1, 2020. That deadline is quickly approaching! We have 14 hours of MCLE classes to help you on your way, including one hour of Legal Ethics credit and two…

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Happy New Year from SDLL!

By Valerie on December 30, 2019//Leave a comment

January 1st is always a time for reflecting on years past and planning for the years to come. And as the twenty-teens draw to a close, we are reflecting on the role of the public law library in our community. In decades past, the law library was the repository of legal knowledge, and librarians were…

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