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More FREE Know the Law Classes Coming Soon

By Kelly on February 02, 2018//Leave a comment

Our popular Know the Law series is back! The sessions are Thursday nights at the Vista branch of the San Diego County Library, starting at 6pm. Each one is 60-90 minutes long. They feature informational talks with plenty of time for questions and answers. The classes will discuss legal topics that you are likely to…

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Law Library February Holidays

By Kelly on February 02, 2018//Leave a comment

All Law Library locations will be closed Monday, February 12, 2018, in observance of Lincoln’s Birthday. Also, we will be closed the following Monday, February 19, 2018, in observance of Presidents’ Day. All locations will be open regular hours the following Tuesdays.   Patrons can access a variety of online resources while the Library is…

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Our Borrowers Program is Live

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

The new Borrower’s Program is replacing membership! We no longer distinguish between law firms, attorneys, and non-attorneys. This new program is solely based on the number of items you want to check out.   There are two levels of the Borrower’s Program: Level One: This level costs $50 for the year. You can check out…

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Last Minute MCLE Classes Tomorrow!

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

You’re getting down to the last minute for MCLE classes. The Law Library has a class at each location on tomorrow, Wednesday, January 31, to help you meet your requirements. We have a class on social media ethics at our Downtown location. Our North County location is hosting a class on successful negotiation techniques. Each…

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FREE Identity Theft and Debt Collection Class Thursday

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

Our popular Know the Law series is back! The first class, Debt Collection and Identity Theft law, will be at the Vista Public Library this Thursday, February 1, starting at 6 pm. The session will last 60 to 90 minutes. The class will be led by a volunteer attorney who specializes in the field.  …

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New Borrower’s Program Ready for You

By Kelly on January 18, 2018//Leave a comment

The Law Library is excited to announce our new Borrower’s Program. Law Library members have been asking when can they renew their memberships. Well, our new Borrower’s Program is replacing membership!   There are two levels of the Borrower’s Program: Level One: This level costs $50 for the year. It provides for checking out 1…

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Bias and Divorce Mediation Classes Start Today

By Kelly on January 18, 2018//Leave a comment

The time to complete your MCLE requirements is coming to an end. The Law Library has two classes at our Downtown location this week. The first class is on how bias can impact your case and the second describes the benefits of divorce mediation. Each 1 hour class is $25, but library members can save…

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Last Minute MCLE Classes January 31

By Kelly on January 18, 2018//Leave a comment

You’re getting down to the last minute for MCLE classes. The Law Library has a class at each location on Wednesday, January 31, to help you meet your requirements. We have a class on social media ethics at our Downtown location. Our Vista location is hosting a class on successful negotiation techniques. Each 1 hour…

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Four Great MCLE Classes Start Today

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

Time is ticking away for completing your MCLE hours. The Law Library is hosting four classes this week, January 16 to 19, help you meet those requirements. At our Downtown location, we have  classes on dividing frozen embryos and homeowner association laws. Our Vista location is hosting classes on Westlaw and the basics of temporary…

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FREE Civil Appellate Workshop Tonight Moved to Bar Association

By Kelly on January 11, 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. This workshop describes the steps in an appeal, court rules and procedures, and other useful sources of information.   Tonight’s session, January 16, 2018, has…

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