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Law Library to Host Representative from Assembly Speaker’s Office

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

Save the date!   Wednesday, September 16, 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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Law Library Hosts Assembly Speaker Mobile Office Hours

By Cheryl on July 23, 2015//Leave a comment

Great news! On Wednesday, August 12th, 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 •…

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Today is a Prime Shopping Day to Support the Library Justice Foundation

By Cheryl on July 14, 2015//Leave a comment

Today, July 11, is Amazon Prime Day, the day there are “more deals than Black Friday” available exclusively for Amazon Prime members.  You can use your Prime account to help support the Law Library Justice Foundation by shopping at AmazonSmile and selecting the Law Library Justice Foundation as your charity of choice.   AmazonSmile is…

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Shop AmazonSmile to Support the Law Library Foundation

By Cheryl on June 26, 2015//Leave a comment

Help support the Law Library when you shop online with AmazonSmile!  #StartWithaSmile at and Amazon donates to Law Library Justice Foundation. AmazonSmile is a simple and automatic way for you to support the Law Library Justice Foundation every time you shop. AmazonSmile, a website operated by Amazon, lets you enjoy the same wide selection of…

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Update on Library Finances for May

By Kelly on May 22, 2015//Leave a comment

The Law Library receives the vast majority of its funding from filing fees and this funding has declined by over 30% from 2009 to 2014.   During the current fiscal year, the revenue from filing fees has declined even further. Through April 2015, the Law Library has received $1,957,997. This projects to filing fee receipts…

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New Guide to Vacate a Default Judgment

By Kelly on May 22, 2015//Leave a comment

The Library is pleased to announce we have added a new guide, Motion to Vacate a Default Judgment or Set Aside a Dismissal,  to our Research and Motion Guides on our website. The guide discusses the relief available via this motion and the general procedure to follow.  There is a set of sample moving papers…

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More Free Lexis Advance Training Classes

By Kelly on May 18, 2015//Leave a comment

Lexis is now providing access to their Lexis Advance research system. We are offering FREE classes to help get you up and running with the new system. Sign up soon – our Vista class is full and the Downtown one is filling up.   Bring your laptop to our Downtown class and follow along! A…

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Gina Catalano Celebrated with Service Award

By Marcia on May 14, 2015//Leave a comment

The San Diego Law Library celebrates our own Gina Catalano, Assistant Director of User Experience, for her Outstanding Service Award from the Legal Aid Society of San Diego’s Pro Bono Program. Gina was recognized for her remarkable contribution to legal services though the LASSD Pro Bono Program and its partnership with the Civil Appellate Self-Help…

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San Diego Law Library Celebrates Law Week

By Cheryl on April 23, 2015//Leave a comment

The San Diego Law Library is joining California County Law Libraries throughout the state in celebrating Law Week, April 27-May 1. In honor of Law Week we are hosting a series of events designed to increase access to justice. The free events are being presented in partnership with our local bar associations.   Law Week…

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Water Law – MCLE

By Isabel on April 14, 2015//Leave a comment

Join us for a 1 hour MCLE that covers a brief overview of water law. The course is divided into four areas: Water Rights, Water Quality, navigable waters, and Water Service. Water rights covers the history of California water rights. Water quality covers the regulation of water pollution. Navigable waters covers the regulation of wetlands,…

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