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Four Great MCLE Classes Next Week

By Kelly on January 05, 2018//Leave a comment

Time is ticking away for completing your MCLE hours. The Law Library is hosting four classes from January 16 through January 19 to help you meet those requirements. At our Downtown location, we have  classes on dividing frozen embryos and homeowner association laws. Our Vista location is hosting classes on Westlaw and the basics of…

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Bias, Ethics, Mediation, Negotiation MCLE Classes

By Kelly on January 05, 2018//Leave a comment

MCLE Crunch Time is almost over. The Law Library has four classes during the last 2 weeks of January. At our Downtown location, we have classes on how bias can impact your case, divorce mediation, and social media ethics. Our Vista location is hosting a class on successful negotiation. Each 1 hour class is $25,…

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Complete Congressional Record Now Available Digitally

By Kelly on January 05, 2018//Leave a comment

This is exciting news for digital access to US history. The U.S. Government Printing Office (GPO), working in cooperation with the Library of Congress, has completed the digitization of all historical issues of the Congressional Record. The digital record now dates to the first appearance of the Record from March 5, 1873.   The final…

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Highlights of 2018 New Laws in California

By Kelly on December 28, 2017//Leave a comment

Welcome to 2018. There are almost 900 new laws in California this year. Some of the more interesting are:   Prospective employers cannot ask for your pay history – AB 168 – and employment applications will no longer have a criminal conviction history box – AB 1008. The minimum wage will gradually increase until it…

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Forensic Experts and Social Media MCLE Classes

By Kelly on December 28, 2017//Leave a comment

MCLE Crunch Time is past the half-way mark. There are two classes in the second week of January. At our Downtown location, we have a class on how to hire a forensic expert while our Vista location is hosting a Ethics-qualifying class on social media use. Each 1 hour class is $25, but library members…

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Four MCLE Classes January 16 -19

By Kelly on December 28, 2017//Leave a comment

MCLE Crunch Time is moving toward completion. The Law Library is hosting four classes during the third week in January. At our Downtown location, we have  classes on dividing frozen embryos and homeowner association laws. Our Vista location is hosting classes on Westlaw and the basics of temporary restraining orders. Each 1 hour class is…

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Law Library Closed for New Year’s Day Holiday

By Kelly on December 21, 2017//Leave a comment

All Law Library locations will be closed Saturday, December 30, through Monday, January 1, 2018, in observance of New Year’s Day. All locations will be open regular hours Tuesday, January 2, 2018.   Patrons can access a variety of online resources while the Library is closed. You can start with our Self-Help Center or the…

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New Year New MCLE Classes

By Kelly on December 21, 2017//Leave a comment

MCLE Crunch Time is reaching the half-way mark. The second week in January brings two classes. At our Downtown location, we have a class on how to hire a forensic expert while our Vista location is hosting a Ethics-qualifying class on social media use. Each 1 hour class is $25, but library members can save…

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Great MCLE Classes 3rd Week in January

By Kelly on December 21, 2017//Leave a comment

MCLE Crunch Time is moving toward completion. The third week in January brings four classes. At our Downtown location, we have  classes on dividing frozen embryos and homeowner association laws. Our Vista location is hosting classes on Westlaw and the basics of temporary restraining orders. Each 1 hour class is $25, but library members can…

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Recycling done right!

By Gina on December 21, 2017//Leave a comment

We realize not everyone has the space or resources to have a fabulous Bookmas Tree like we do. When we wrap up the holiday season, our tree goes back on the shelves. Here’s some options for your tree:   If you have a real tree: Turn it into a didgeridoo Make spruce beer Use it…

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