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Statewide Direct Primary Election in 7 Days!

By Cheryl on May 27, 2014//Leave a comment

The California Statewide Direct Primary Election is Tuesday, June 3.  Today is the last day to request a mail ballot.   Early voting has already begun.  Voters can vote in person at the San Diego Registrar of Voters Office , 8 A.M. to 5 P.M. Monday through Friday.   The office is located at 5600Overland Avenue, San Diego, 92123….

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June 3 California Statewide Direct Primary is 8 Days Away

By Cheryl on May 26, 2014//Leave a comment

The California Secretary of State website has information on ballots, candidate statements and more.  Click here for the Official Voter Informtaion  Guide.

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Get Out the Vote: Primary Election is in 9 days

By Cheryl on May 25, 2014//Leave a comment

The California Statewide Direct Primary Election is Tuesday, June 3.  Tuesday, May 27, is the last day to request a mail ballot.  Click here to request a mail ballot from the San Diego County Registrar of Voters Office.

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Get Out the Vote Countdown

By Cheryl on May 24, 2014//Leave a comment

The California Statewide Direct Primary Election is Tuesday, June 3.   Visit the Secretary of State website for information on propositions and candidates.

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The Great Conversation: Getting Loud in the Law Library Honorary Committee

By Cheryl on May 09, 2014//Leave a comment

  The San Diego Law Library Foundation would like to thank the GREAT CONVERSATION: Getting Loud in the Law Library Honorary Committee for their support. The GREAT  CONVERSATION: Getting Loud in the Law Library Honorary Committee  MARK BAGULA  • OLINS, RIVIERE, COATES AND BAGULA   VICTOR BIANCHINI  •  JUDGE, SAN DIEGO SUPERIOR COURT (RET.)   JOSEPH…

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When I forgot how to walk

By JohnnyZ on May 09, 2014//Leave a comment

You know those nature shows where the newborn gazelle falls to the ground, helpless and flailing, but then gradually starts getting her legs under her so that she can stand in a wobbly way and then begin to walk?  Walk with that stiff, badly timed procession of one hoof to the next?   That was…

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Beyond legal aid: Incubating low and pro bonos in a civil Gideon kind of way

By JohnnyZ on May 02, 2014//Leave a comment

This is my second report about my tenure as an appointee to the State Bar’s task force on civil justice strategies.   The task force wants to find a way to do two things:  address the crushing debt load of law graduates who cannot find jobs, while at the same time connecting them with the…

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Force, Fraud, and Coercion All on Display Here at the Law Library

By JohnnyZ on April 17, 2014//Leave a comment

Every day, men, women, and children are brutally enslaved by the use of force, deception and coercion. Think of those ads for maids or “modeling,”  matchmaking or “Mail Order Brides.” Sometimes the lure is something as innocuous as a babysitting job. For the young girl in Honduras, the man desperate for work in Mexico, or…

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Summiteers Broke New Ground!

By JohnnyZ on February 21, 2014//Leave a comment

 The premise was simple: if our legal community is committed to a “we” culture — if we are truly a community — then any one segment of the community that is hit with a financial crisis makes the whole community weaker.    This Legal Futures Summit was a rousing success.  Co-sponsored by the law library professionals…

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Web Site Maintenance – This Week-end

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

Our web site will be undergoing some major maintenance this week-end. Because of this, there may be some intermittent down time between Saturday, 5 p.m. and Monday morning. Everything should be up and running for you by Monday morning.

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