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Come one, come all!

By admin on February 22, 2016//Leave a comment

Join us at our Vista branch on Thursday March 24 from 4-6 PM as we celebrate 20 years of service in our present North County location and look to future expansion. Enjoy music, wine and light refreshments, and hear about our renovation project that will deliver additional meeting space and services to the North County legal…

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New Laws for 2016

By Gina on December 28, 2015//Leave a comment

Hundreds of new California laws go into effect on January 1, 2016. Here’s just a few that we found interesting: temporary restraining orders to protect pets (AB 494) restrictions on motorized boards (AB 604) expanding liability for invasion of privacy to include airspace above land (AB 856) prohibiting the use of smokeless tobacco by professional…

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OnLaw MCLE and Lunch

By Isabel on December 28, 2015//Leave a comment

Date: Wednesday, January 6, 2016 Time: 12-1 p.m. Location: Downtown San Diego MCLE: 1 hour general participatory credit. Register: online Cost: $20 – includes lunch   This class provides an introduction to CEB’s OnLAW legal database. OnLAW puts CEB practice books and action guides in one easy-to-use digital format. It provides access to the largest source of…

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Holiday Schedule

By Gina on December 21, 2015//Leave a comment

Christmas Holiday – All branches of the Law Library will be closing early at noon on Thursday, December 24 and will be closed all day for Christmas on Friday. The Downtown branch will be open regular hours on Saturday, 9 to 1.   New Year’s Holiday – All branches of the Law Library will be…

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Holiday Shopping? Shop Amazonsmile to Help Support the Law Library

By Cheryl on November 20, 2015//Leave a comment

Black Friday and Cyber Monday are fast approaching! If you are planning to avoid the crowds and shop on amazon.com, remember shopping with AmazonSmile helps support the Law Library Justice Foundation.   AmazonSmile is a simple and automatic way for you to support the Law Library Justice Foundation every time you shop, at no cost to you….

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The Secrets of Successful Negotiatons – MCLE

By Isabel on October 29, 2015//Leave a comment

The secrets of successful negotiation and conflict resolution – simple but powerful ideas.  A concise step by step strategy for coming to agreements, including negotiating with people who are more powerful, come in bad faith or refuse to play by the rules.  The principles to be discussed are applicable to one’s personal life, business, law…

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A Great Evening at the Witkin Award Dinner

By Kelly on October 19, 2015//Leave a comment

We just hosted our annual Witkin Award Dinner.  You can see the photos here. This year’s guests had a great time enjoying an Octoberfest-themed meal while they honored members of the San Diego legal community.   Once again, we salute this year’s honorees:   Excellence in the Adjudication of the Law: Honorable Joel M. Pressman…

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Meet the Author!

By Isabel on October 02, 2015//Leave a comment

Rafael Chodos, author of The Law of Fiduciary Duties, is coming to the Law Library! Learn fiduciary duty law from the attorney that wrote the authoritative book on the subject on Monday, October 19th at noon. Sign up for this amazing MCLE class now!  

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Law Library to Host Representative from Assembly Speaker’s Office

By Cheryl on September 18, 2015//Leave a comment

Save the date!   Wednesday, November 18, constituents will have an opportunity to meet with a staff member from the District Office of Assembly Speaker Toni G. Atkins.  Staff member Myrna Zambrano will be available to listen to your concerns and provide information on the following topics:   Constituent Services Department of Motor Vehicles Consumer…

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SB 711 Needs Gov. Brown’s Signature

By Gina on September 02, 2015//Leave a comment

BREAKING NEWS – SB 711 has passed the Senate and been sent to engrossing and enrollment. After that it will go to the Governor. We now need to send the Governor letters requesting that he sign the bill.   Please SUPPORT US by:   1) filling out and sending this sample letter to Gov. Brown, …

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