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Civil Appellate Self-Help Workshop

By admin on July 10, 2014//Leave a comment

Need help with a civil case on appeal? Then you might want to attend our next Civil Appellate Self-Help Workshop at our downtown location on Tuesday, July 15 from 4-6 p.m. This workshop helps individuals navigate the appeals process, comply with court rules and procedures and find useful sources of information.  Call (619) 471-2781 to register.   The…

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Help Available for Small Claims Litigants

By admin on July 10, 2014//Leave a comment

The San Diego Superior Court is offering group workshops to help small claims litigants fill out the following court paperwork:   Form SC-100, Plaintiff’s Claim and Order; Form SC-200, Defendant’s Claim and Order; Form EJ-130, Writ of Execution; and Form MC-120, Memorandum of Costs.   The workshops are held every Friday at 8950 Clairemont Mesa Blvd., San Diego, CA 92123 at…

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Tips and Techniques to Reduce Discovery Costs

By admin on July 02, 2014//Leave a comment

Be a shining star at your company by learning how to save money during the litigation process. Certified, electronic discovery expert, Jeff Jacobs, General Counsel and Senior Consultant for DTI (a law library silver partner) will show attendees how to:     Reduce discovery costs and risks through litigation readiness; Develop an effective litigation discovery response…

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An Evening with Scott Turow!

By admin on July 02, 2014//Leave a comment

In partnership with Warwick’s and Qualcomm, we present New York Times bestselling author Scott Turow in conversation with Don Rosenberg, Qualcomm Executive Vice President and General Counsel. Turow, author of Presumed Innocent, will be discussing and signing his latest thriller, Identical.       Date: Tuesday, August 5 2014 Time: 6:30 – 9:30 p.m. Check in begins at…

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Great News for California Workers!

By admin on July 02, 2014//Leave a comment

Opinions differ about the minimum wage increase in California. Some employers express concern about the additional expense and whether this means hiring fewer workers and cutting hours to cover costs. While some employees worry that the increase is not enough to cover living expenses. Whether the news makes you feel happy or concerned, this is the first wage increase…

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It’s Out! Legal Futures Summit Survey

By JohnnyZ on July 01, 2014//Leave a comment

The information gathered from the participants of the Legal Futures Summit from last February has been turned into a survey.   The survey is meant to gauge the interest of attendees and others in the legal community in various projects, community partnerships, and collaborative work to enhance the likelihood that law students can find work,…

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Registration Open for Law and Comics

By admin on June 27, 2014//Leave a comment

We proudly present our 5th Lindley Lecture on Law & Comics and 5 new books to our collection. The books range from explorations of characters and themes to examinations of the comic form.   This year’s event will explore the ever-changing world of creating and publishing comics. Join us for a discussion of creators’ rights, intellectual property…

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Closed July 4 for Independence Day

By admin on June 27, 2014//Leave a comment

All locations of the law library will be closed on Friday, July 4, in observance of Independence Day. We wish you a very Happy 4th of July!   Our downtown location will be open Saturday, July 5, from 1-5 p.m.

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Law Clarified on Cell Phone Searches

By admin on June 27, 2014//Leave a comment

The First Story: David Leon Riley was stopped for driving with expired registration tags and arrested after a search of his car revealed concealed and loaded firearms. Upon his arrest, the officer seized and searched the contents of Riley’s cell phone. At the station, a detective also browsed through Riley’s cell phone. Based upon the information found…

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What is DACA?

By admin on June 20, 2014//Leave a comment

Glad you asked! DACA stands for Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals. This action allows certain individuals, who entered the U.S. before their sixteenth birthday, to request to defer removal from the U.S. To learn about the eligibility requirements and application process for DACA, attend a free seminar by the attorneys and law students from the…

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