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Know the Law Class on Small Claims Court March 28

By Kelly on March 14, 2019//Leave a comment

Join us for our popular Know the Law series! Small claims court is the subject of this month’s class.   If you have a dispute with someone involving less than $10,000, then small claims court is a quicker and simpler alternative to general civil court. However, small claims does have different rules and procedures from…

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Explore the Mysteries of the Law Library March 23

By Kelly on March 08, 2019//Leave a comment

Did you know we have a peaceful meditation labyrinth? How about  a one-of-a-kind Harry Potter library?  All these secrets and more will be revealed at the Open House San Diego tours on Saturday March 23 from 10 am to 4 pm ( last tour at 3:30). In addition the beautiful lines of this iconic mid…

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Civil Appellate Workshop is Coming March 19

By Kelly on March 08, 2019//Leave a comment

Do you want to appeal the decision from your civil case? The Civil Appellate Self-Help Workshop can help guide you through the appeal process. It will describe the steps in an appeal, court rules and procedures, and other useful sources of information.   The workshop is held on the third Tuesday of each month, 4pm…

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FREE Know the Law Small Claims Class March 28

By Kelly on March 08, 2019//Leave a comment

Our popular Know the Law series is back for Spring 2019! Join us this Thursday, March 28, at 6:00 PM, for our next discussion which is about Small Claims laws.   This lecture series will provide a basic level of knowledge on a variety of legal topics including a short Q &A session. The schedule…

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Resource of the Month is Law 101

By Kelly on March 08, 2019//Leave a comment

Law 101: Everything You Need to Know About American Law, 5th Edition, is our resource of the month for March. It provides an authoritative and current survey of the American legal system.   This new edition includes a discussion of the recent Supreme Court decisions on presidential powers, freedom of religion, and personal liberty. Also,…

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Open House San Diego Returns to Law Library

By Kelly on March 04, 2019//Leave a comment

The San Diego Architectural Foundation has announced the participants for its popular Open House San Diego (OH! SDTM) architecture and urban design event taking place the weekend of March 23-24. It is a festival of free tours of iconic San Diego buildings. We’re proud that the Law Library’s Downtown location was selected as one of…

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It’s Women’s History Month at SDLL

By Valerie on March 01, 2019//Leave a comment

Did you know that Women’s History Month originated in California? It started in Santa Rosa, California, as a local celebration organized by the Education Task Force of the Sonoma County Commission on the Status of Women in 1978. It was originally a week long celebration that took place the week of March 8th, in order…

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Hiring a Forensic Expert MCLE Class March 7

By Kelly on March 01, 2019//Leave a comment

Date: This Thursday, March 7, 2019 Time:12:00 pm to 1:00 pm Location: Downtown MCLE: 1 hour General Participatory MCLE credit Register: online Cost: $25   About the Program: This seminar, How to Hire a Forensic Expert, introduces legal professionals to methods for interviewing a prospective document examiner or other expert witness. You will learn how…

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Legal Assistance for San Diegans Over 60

By Valerie on March 01, 2019//Leave a comment

Are you over 60 years old and have a legal question? Elder Law & Advocacy of San Diego has a Senior Legal Services Program that can help! They have attorneys that can meet with clients in East County, North County, South Bay and Downtown San Diego.   Attorneys of Senior Legal Services provide 30 minute…

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Spring Forward Time Change Sunday March 10

By Kelly on March 01, 2019//Leave a comment

This Sunday, March 10, is the start of Daylight Saving Time. We “lose” an hour. So remember to set your clocks forward one hour Saturday night or Sunday morning. It officially begins at 2 am Sunday morning.

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