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This Week’s MCLE Lineup Includes 1 Hour Bias Credit

By Valerie on January 10, 2020//Leave a comment

The deadline for continuing legal education credit is only two weeks away! Fortunately, we have a week of lunchtime classes to fulfill your MCLE needs, including a Friday class that provides one hour of Bias Credit. Each 1 hour class is regularly $25, but there are two programs that can make them even more economical. Check…

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Access to Appellate Justice Clinic This Tuesday

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

Are you a self-represented litigant who has appealed a civil case from the San Diego Superior Court? Would you like to be represented by an attorney for FREE? The Access to Appellate Justice Program might be able to help you!   The Access to Appellate Justice Clinic takes place the first Tuesday of each month,…

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Writing Wednesday MCLEs

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

Legal writing is one of the most important skills a lawyer can possess. Writing is the medium in which a lawyer must analyze an issue and persuade others on their clients’ behalf.  If you would like to improve your legal writing skills, join us in a series of continuing legal education classes aimed to hone…

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Final Month of MCLE Crunchtime

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

As you all know by now, the California Bar requires attorneys whose last names starts with N-Z to complete 25 hours of MCLE credit by February 1, 2020. That deadline is quickly approaching! We have 14 hours of MCLE classes to help you on your way, including one hour of Legal Ethics credit and two…

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Happy New Year from SDLL!

By Valerie on December 30, 2019//Leave a comment

January 1st is always a time for reflecting on years past and planning for the years to come. And as the twenty-teens draw to a close, we are reflecting on the role of the public law library in our community. In decades past, the law library was the repository of legal knowledge, and librarians were…

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Hours for New Year’s Eve and New Year’s Day

By Valerie on December 30, 2019//Leave a comment

The Law Library will have special holiday hours for New Year’s Eve & New Year’s Day.   New Year’s Eve, Tuesday, December 31 Downtown: 8:00 am to 12:00 pm North County: 9:00 am t0 12:00 pm       New Year’s Day, Wednesday, January 1 Downtown: Closed North County: Closed   Both locations of the…

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Great MCLE Classes to Start the New Year

By Kelly on December 30, 2019//Leave a comment

It’s the start of the second month of MCLE crunch time! Remember, the California Bar requires attorneys whose last names starts with N-Z  to complete your required 25 hours of MCLE credit by February 1, 2020. Fortunately, we have 14 classes scheduled in January to help you meet your requirements.   Each 1 hour class…

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More Crunch Time MCLE Classes in January 2020

By Kelly on December 30, 2019//Leave a comment

The MCLE deadline is just around the corner, but we still have plenty of classes for you to chose from! Here is a preview of our classes for the third week of January.   Each 1 hour class is $25, but there are two programs that can make them even more economical. Check out our Unlimited…

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Holiday Hours for Christmas and New Year

By Valerie on December 18, 2019//Leave a comment

  The Law Library will have special hours for the holidays.   Christmas Eve, Tuesday, December 24: Downtown – 8 to noon North County – 9 to noon   Christmas Day, Wednesday, December 25: Downtown – closed North County – closed New Year’s Eve, Tuesday, December 31: Downtown – 8 to noon North County –…

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Christmas Tree Recycling Information

By Valerie on December 18, 2019//Leave a comment

Now, we know that not all of you have a Christmas tree made out of books. So, if you have a fresh cut Christmas tree or garland, we have some resources for what to do with your greenery once the decorations come down!   Recycling your fresh cut trees and garland decreases the risk of fires…

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