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Socks for Stand Down Supports Vets

By Kelly on May 11, 2018//Leave a comment

We are proud to be an official drop-off location for Socks for Stand Down 2018! We will be collecting new, unused socks through June 18 to be donated to Stand Down San Diego.  Socks for Stand Down was started in 2015 by Senator Toni G. Atkins after local organizers expressed a need for socks and…

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Thank You to Our Law Week 2018 Partners

By Kelly on May 04, 2018//Leave a comment

Law Week 2018 was a big success and we helped over 150 people at our events get access to justice.   We celebrated Law Week 2018 by hosting legal clinics in Downtown and North County.  We helped about 100 people at the two clinics. Many thanks to all the volunteer attorneys from the North County…

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New Business Law Clinic in May

By Kelly on May 04, 2018//Leave a comment

Are you looking to start a business? Or, are you running a company with fewer than 10 employees? Do you have questions about contracts or even about how your business should be organized? The Law Library is hosting a new clinic to help you!   We are proud to partner with California Western School of…

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Which Hours are Billable FREE MCLE Class May 9

By Kelly on May 04, 2018//Leave a comment

Date: Wednesday, May 9, 2018 Time: 12-1 p.m. Location: Downtown San Diego MCLE: 1 hour general participatory credit. Register: online Cost: FREE   About the Program Often, identifying billable hours is easy. Sometimes, it’s not. That’s when attorneys run the risk of over or under billing, and clients can find unexpected line items in their bills….

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Appellate Workshop Next Tuesday May 15

By Kelly on May 04, 2018//Leave a comment

Do you want to appeal the decision from your civil case? The appellate procedure can feel overwhelming. The Civil Appellate Self-Help Workshop can help guide you through the appeal process. It will describe the steps in an appeal, court rules and procedures, and other useful sources of information.   The workshop is held on the…

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Join Us for Law Week 2018

By Kelly on April 30, 2018//Leave a comment

The San Diego Law Library has joined legal communities throughout the country to celebrate Law Week, April 28-May 4. President Eisenhower established Law Day in 1958 as a day of national dedication to the principles of government under law. Law Week is an extended celebration of Law Day. Check out the many events we are…

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Two FREE Legal Clinics for Law Week

By Kelly on April 27, 2018//Leave a comment

In honor of Law Week, we are holding two legal clinics to increase access to justice.   Today, Tuesday, May 1 Downtown Law Library: Free Legal Clinic 1 p.m. to 3 p.m. by the Center for Solo Practitioners from Thomas Jefferson School of Law. You can see an attorney about legal issues including Immigration, Family,…

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FREE MCLE Which Hours are Billable?

By Kelly on April 27, 2018//Leave a comment

Date: Wednesday, May 9, 2018 Time: 12-1 p.m. Location: Downtown San Diego MCLE: 1 hour general participatory credit. Register: online Cost: FREE   About the Program Often, identifying billable hours is easy. Sometimes, it’s not. That’s when attorneys run the risk of over or under billing, and clients can find unexpected line items in their bills….

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Celebrate Law Week Starting April 28

By Kelly on April 19, 2018//Leave a comment

The San Diego Law Library is joining legal communities throughout the country to celebrate Law Week, April 28-May 4. In honor of Law Week, we are holding a series of free events to increase access to justice.   Saturday, April 28 City Heights Weingart Library: City Heights Law Day is an award winning, free event…

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FREE Small Claims Know the Law April 26

By Kelly on April 19, 2018//Leave a comment

Join us for our popular Know the Law series! Small claims court is the subject of this week’s class. If you have a dispute with someone involving less than $10,000, then small claims court is a quicker and simpler alternative to general civil court. However, small claims does have different rules and procedures from general…

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