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San Diego Court News!

By admin on February 14, 2014//Leave a comment

  We bring you news from the San Diego Superior Courthouse. The Central Division Civil Business Office is accepting only a limited number of documents at the filing window due to budget reductions.           Below is the list of acceptable over the counter filings:     Temporary Restraining Orders (civil harassment, elder abuse, workplace violence) and…

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African-American History Month

By admin on February 07, 2014//Leave a comment

February is National African-American History month. A time to recognize the accomplishments of African-Americans and acknowledge the struggles for equal rights in U.S. history. This year’s theme, “Civil  Rights in America,” marks the 50th anniversary of the 1964 Civil Rights Act which prohibits discrimination on the basis of race, color, religion, sex or national origin.   Some of the…

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Closed on Presidents’ Day

By admin on February 07, 2014//Leave a comment

In observance of Presidents’ Day, all locations of the Law Library will close on Monday, February 17.   Congress established Presidents’ Day, officially known as Washington’s Birthday, in 1879. Federal employees observed the holiday on February 22nd, George Washington’s actual birth date. In 1971, Congress changed the holiday to the third Monday of the month when the Uniform Monday Holiday Act went into…

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Conference on Women and the Military

By admin on February 07, 2014//Leave a comment

Thomas Jefferson School of Law presents their 14th Annual Women and the Law Conference on Friday, February 21 from 8 a.m. – 5 p.m. The 2014 conference, Women and the Military, gather a slate of luminaries in military leadership together to explore the unique forces shaping women’s access to power in the U.S. military.   The speakers will discuss:…

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THE Crucial Thing Preventing Court Funding

By JohnnyZ on February 07, 2014//Leave a comment

Do Not Stand Alone! Partner!  Be it with the Legislature, Executive Branch, the Bar, legal services, or the law library — get together with others on other projects.  By reaching out, the court is building a good relationship with the other branches of government and legal entities,which is critical to giving it a higher profile in government and…

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Amazon Compromises Secret Desires

By JohnnyZ on February 03, 2014//Leave a comment

We live in a Big Brother world where every secret desire, guilty shopping secret, and bad clothing choice is known to those gremlins on the Internet. But Amazon book recommendations went slightly wonky when they sent me this:        The Hairy Bikers’ Asian Adventure: Over 100 Amazing Recipes from the Kitchens of Asia to…

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Crunchtime Satisfied MCLE Hunger

By admin on January 30, 2014//Leave a comment

In December 2013, we launched our third annual MCLE Crunch Program, an intensive two month program with over thirty MCLE classes. This program was a huge success thanks to our wonderful volunteer speakers. We greatly appreciate their time, effort and expertise. These folks are heroes in our opinion, because who has the time to teach their colleagues? Only the selfless!      …

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Library Closed on Lincoln’s Birthday

By admin on January 30, 2014//Leave a comment

In celebration of Lincoln’s birthday, all locations of the Law Library will close on Wednesday, February 12.   Many people greatly revere and admire Abraham Lincoln, the 16th President of the United States. One of his greatest achievements was to preserve the Union despite the outbreak of the American Civil War. During the War, he delivered one of…

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February 11: Consolidated Special Election

By Cheryl on January 30, 2014//Leave a comment

Registered voters for the Cities of San Diego and Solana Beach have one more week left before the February 11 Consolidated Special Election. This Special Election is to vote for the new San Diego Mayor and Proposition B for the City of Solana Beach. The San Diego Mayoral Run-off Election is between candidates David Alvarez and Kevin Faulconer. Solana Beach residents may…

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Tomorrow Night: Philanthropic Strategies for Saving Innovation

By admin on January 22, 2014//Leave a comment

Sponsored by The Hartford Group   Cost: $10   About the Program: – 1 hour General Participatory MCLE credit.   In partnership with The Hartford Group, we offer this special program for financial/legal/tax advisors, foundations, high net worth individuals, and people interested in university research and innovation to address a smarter way to develop a…

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