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Philanthropic Strategies for Saving Innovation, Panelist Christian Nielsen Braemer

By Benita on December 17, 2013//Leave a comment

Christian Nielsen Braemer is a serial entrepreneur in both for and non-profit arenas. Most recently, he was Managing Partner of OpenEye Global, a digital media agency serving clients like Apple, Smithsonian, and Sovereign Bank. Prior to that, Christian was CEO of Joe Media a WiFi and digital signage network provider for major hospitality brands. He…

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This Friday: OPEN HOUSE!

By Isabel on December 12, 2013//Leave a comment

This Friday, December 13th, we will be open 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. so that we can prepare for our annual Holiday Open House.   We are excited that both Supervisor Dave Roberts and iMayor Todd Gloria will be in attendance! Sign up for the Open House to help us celebrate all that the law library…

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Employee Rights Self-Help Clinic

By Benita on December 02, 2013//Leave a comment

Do you have an employment legal issue that you are struggling with?   Free legal assistance is available for those in need.   Call to schedule a brief consultation with Thomas Jefferson School of Law’s Employee Rights Self-Help Clinic. The clinic offers a 45 minute consultation with a lawyer or law student for issues such as:   1….

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It’s…MOVEMBER

By Benita on November 27, 2013//Leave a comment

All around the world, men are growing moustaches to raise awareness about men’s reproductive health issues and to encourage men to get themselves checked out.   Movember is all about bringing awareness to men’s reproductive health  — men, get those checkups!      

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Want to Serve on the Grand Jury?

By Benita on November 21, 2013//Leave a comment

  The San Diego Superior Court is now accepting applications from San Diego County residents who want to serve on the 2014/2015 San Diego County Grand Jury.      To qualify, candidates must be:   1. U.S. Citizens; 2. At least 18 years old; 3. Have sufficient knowledge of the English language; 4. Have lived…

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Help Build Our Bookmas Tree!

By Benita on November 21, 2013//Leave a comment

We are now on Week 4 and we still need your help to grow our Bookmas Tree!  For each $5 donated another book is added to the tree. Your donations to the Bookmas Tree will help the library add a special book to our collection.   Our goal is to finish the tree and light the…

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You’re invited!

By Benita on November 15, 2013//Leave a comment

The Law Library Open House is Friday, December 13, from 4-6 pm.    Join our sponsor CEB in celebrating the second anniversary of the San Diego Law Library experience — there will be food, fun, and prizes! Supervisor Dave Roberts leads a distinguished guest list, and we hope to see you here as well.  …

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Free Legal Clinic – Thursday, Nov 21st

By Benita on November 15, 2013//Leave a comment

University of San Diego Law School students, supervised by an attorney, will be available for 15 minute consultations on Thursday, November 21st. The clinic will be held at our Downtown location from noon to 2:30 pm.   This is a general civil clinic. NO Family Law or Criminal Law matters will be addressed. The clinic…

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Help build our Bookmas Tree!

By Isabel on October 31, 2013//Leave a comment

Let it Grow, Let it Grow, Let it Grow!   Get into the spirit of giving and donate to the law library’s Book of the Year Fund.  Help us build our Bookmas Tree.  For each $5 donated another book is added to the tree. Our goal is to finish the tree and light the lights…

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Spring forward, Fall back

By Cheryl on October 28, 2013//Leave a comment

According to the Uniform Time Act of 1966 (15 U.S. 260a) , Daylight Savings Time officially ends at 2 o’clock antemeridian (that’s a.m.) on the first Sunday of November.  Sunday, November 3rd, is the first Sunday of November, so be sure to turn your clocks back one hour.   

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