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Daylight Savings Time Starts March 11

By Kelly on March 01, 2018//Leave a comment

Just a friendly reminder that Daylight Savings Time starts at 2:00 am Sunday, March 11. We lose an hour as we set our clocks ahead so we can enjoy daylight later in the day.

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2017 Library Membership Ends March 1

By Kelly on February 26, 2018//Leave a comment

The 2017 Law Library membership is ending Thursday, March. 1. We are excited to announce our new Borrower’s Program that is replacing the membership program.   There are two levels of the Borrower’s Program: Level One: This level costs $50 for the year. It provides for checking out 1 item at a time for 4…

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FREE Landlord-Tenant Know the Law this Thursday

By Kelly on February 23, 2018//Leave a comment

Our popular Know the Law series is back! Landlord-Tenant law is the subject of this week’s class. Join us at the Vista Public Library this Thursday, March 1, starting at 6 pm.   Know the Law classes are Thursday nights at the Vista branch of the San Diego County Library, starting at 6pm. Each session…

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FREE Class About Understanding Child Support

By Kelly on February 23, 2018//Leave a comment

Date: Wednesday, March 14, 2018 Time: 12-1 p.m. Location: Downtown San Diego MCLE: 1 hour general participatory credit. Register: online Cost: FREE   About this Class: Are you mystified by how California determines child support? Our class, How the Court Determines Child Support, will explain the math and the policy choices behind the statewide guidelines used…

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Fraudulent Real Estate Documents MCLE Class

By Kelly on February 23, 2018//Leave a comment

Date: Thursday, March 22, 2018 Time: 12-1 p.m. Location: Downtown San Diego MCLE: 1 hour general participatory credit. Register: online Cost: $25   About this Class: Fraudulent Real Estate Documents is a one-hour MCLE presentation covering how to detect fraudulent documents in real estate. People have used many different techniques to fraudulently acquire real estate. The…

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Know the Law on Family Law this Thursday

By Kelly on February 15, 2018//Leave a comment

Our popular Know the Law series is back! Family law is the subject of this week’s class. Join us at the Vista Public Library this Thursday, February 22, starting at 6 pm.   Know the Law classes are Thursday nights at the Vista branch of the San Diego County Library, starting at 6pm. Each session…

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Check Out Intellectual Property in Cyberspace

By Kelly on February 15, 2018//Leave a comment

Protecting your intellectual property in cyberspace requires constant vigilance, Intellectual Property Law in Cyberspace is one of the essential titles in our intellectual property collection. This resource will help you navigate the shifting legal landscape of trademark, copyright, patent and trade secrets on the internet.   The book covers a wide variety of topics. They…

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Resources for 2018 Tax Season

By Kelly on February 15, 2018//Leave a comment

The 2018 tax season is starting. There are many resources available to answer your questions as you prepare your tax returns.   First, the Law Library has a tax law research guide. It includes links to many IRS and California Franchise Tax Board resources, as well as descriptions of helpful databases and books in the…

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We Salute Our 2017-18 MCLE Crunchtime Speakers

By Kelly on February 08, 2018//Leave a comment

We would like to salute all of the speakers who made this year’s MCLE Crunchtime so successful.   Kelly Keach – Legal Research Using Free Websites Brooke Greene – E-Filing and E-Service Suzanne Smith – CEB OnLAW Isabel Eustaquio – Job Hunting in the Legal Arena Kristine Custodio – Job Hunting in the Legal Arena…

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Library Closed Presidents’ Day Monday

By Kelly on February 08, 2018//Leave a comment

All Law Library locations will be closed Monday, February 19, 2018, in observance of Presidents’ Day. All locations will be open regular hours the following Tuesday.   Presidents’ Day has an interesting history. Originally, George Washington’s birthday, February 22, was a federal holiday no matter when it fell during the week. In 1971, as part…

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