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FREE Tracing Native American Ancestry Class this Thursday

By Valerie on March 06, 2020//Leave a comment

Date: Thursday, March 12, 2020 Time: 12:00 to 1:00 pm Location: Downtown Location Cost: FREE Register: Here   Did you know that genealogy is the second most popular hobby in America today? Have you wondered if you have Native American ancestry in your family?     This free class will discuss the process and resources…

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FREE Class on Handling Bankruptcy and Debt

By Valerie on March 06, 2020//Leave a comment

Topic: What You Need to Know About Bankruptcy & Dealing With Debt Date: Thursday, March 26 Time: 12:30 pm to 1:30 pm Location: Downtown Location Cost: FREE Register: Here     Come learn about different ways you can handle debt and clear up your credit. We are excited to partner with California Western School of…

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FREE Seminar About Identity Theft and Credit Card Scams

By Valerie on March 06, 2020//Leave a comment

Topic: Know the Law: Identity Theft & Credit Card Scams Date: Thursday, March 26th Time: 6:00 to 7:30 pm Location: San Diego County Public Library, Vista Branch Cost: FREE Register: Here   Have you had your identity stolen, or are you worried that someone could be fraudulently using your identity RIGHT NOW?   At this…

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FREE Encore Screening of “Tribal Justice” in Oceanside

By Valerie on March 06, 2020//Leave a comment

We have partnered with the Oceanside Public Library and the Oceanside Cultural District for a special encore screening of the award-winning documentary “Tribal Justice” with special guest the Honorable Claudette White of the San Manuel Band of Mission Indians, who is featured in the film.   The documentary follows three individuals as their cases make…

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OH! San Diego Tours on Saturday, Mar. 7

By Valerie on February 28, 2020//Leave a comment

Founded in 1978, The San Diego Architectural Foundation (SDAF) is a nonprofit organization dedicated to the education and promotion of outstanding architecture, landscape, interior, and urban design to improve the quality of life for all San Diegans. Every year they have a three day event called Open House (OH!) San Diego. OH! San Diego is…

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Free MCLE Classes on LexisAdvance and Westlaw

By Valerie on February 28, 2020//Leave a comment

Do you want to be more computer literate in your legal research? Would you like to increase your search efficiency? Is it time for a refresher on your online legal research skills? We have two free MCLE legal research classes to help you increase your legal research expertise! But, make sure you register for these…

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Small Business Workshop in Encinitas Next Week

By Valerie on February 28, 2020//Leave a comment

Topic: Small Business Basics Date: Tuesday, March 10 Time: 2:00 to 4:30 pm Location: Encinitas Community Center Cost: FREE Register Here   Starting your own small business in 2020? The City of Encinitas offers a free series of workshops designed for entrepreneurs to get a jump on their start-up. The 2020 Small Business Workshop Series…

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Learn About your Native American Heritage

By Valerie on February 27, 2020//Leave a comment

Topic: Tracing Native American Ancestry Date: Thursday, March 12 Time: 12:00 to 1:00 pm Location: Downtown Location Cost: FREE Register Here   Have you every wondered if your family tree includes Native American heritage? If so, register today and join us to learn about the process of researching Native American ancestry and resources for researching…

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SDCBA Releases Judicial Voting Guide for 2020 Primary

By Valerie on February 24, 2020//Leave a comment

The 2020 Presidential Primary Election takes place on Tuesday, March 3rd, which is just around the corner! In addition to determining who our Presidential candidates will be, we also have to decide who our San Diego Superior Court Judges will be. State court judges in California serve six-year terms and are elected by county voters…

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Discover the Law Library’s Architectural Beauty March 7

By Valerie on February 24, 2020//Leave a comment

Did you know that our Downtown location was custom built in 1958 as a public resource for people needing legal assistance? The building boasts an iconic floating staircase, black Escondido granite facings, floor-to-ceiling west-facing windows, white Carrara marble floors, a buried peek-a-boo time capsule, and one-of-a-kind spaces. We have also added some amazing modern touches,…

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