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Celebrating Women’s History Month

By Kelly on March 09, 2015//Leave a comment

March is Women’s History Month. Come to our Downtown branch and visit our display of legal and historical materials related to women’s experiences.  Also, you can see a timeline of landmark legal decisions and achievements. Our display will run through Tuesday, March 31.   The national celebration of Women’s History Month began in 1982 after…

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Last Chance to see Lincoln

By Isabel on February 23, 2015//Leave a comment

The nationally traveling exhibit Lincoln: The Constitution and the Civil War leaves San Diego on March 5th.  Come see it before it’s gone! Learn more about one of the most fascinating periods of American History.   Lincoln: The Constitution and the Civil War, a traveling exhibition for libraries, was organized by the National Constitution Center…

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Clean Out Your Closet and Help Students

By Isabel on February 18, 2015//Leave a comment

Crawford High School Academy of Law is a 3 year program at Crawford High focused on educating students about the law and careers in the legal field. The goal is to graduate students from high school and prepare them to attend college and potentially pursue a legal career. At Crawford, 97% of the students are…

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Abraham Lincoln and the Constitution – Free Lecture

By Benita on February 03, 2015//Leave a comment

Join Prof. Bryan H. Wildenthal from Thomas Jefferson School of Law as he discusses Abraham Lincoln and the Constitution on Thursday, February 19th 12-1pm at our Downtown location. The American Civil War of 1861-65 was also a constitutional crisis. In 1860 the issue of slavery precipitated a national crisis framed largely in terms of constitutional…

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Holiday Schedule for New Year’s Eve and Day

By Benita on December 23, 2014//Leave a comment

All locations of the law library will close at noon on New Year’s Eve. We will also be closed on New Year’s Day. We wish you and your family a happy, healthy and prosperous New Year!

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Limited Hours on Wednesday, October 15

By Benita on October 14, 2014//Leave a comment

On Wednesday, October 15, our downtown location will close early at 1 p.m. For reference questions after this time, you may contact us by phone (619-531-3900), email (refdesk@sdlawlibrary.org) or chat live with us.   For all other services, you may visit the following locations:     Vista 325 S. Melrose Drive, Suite 300 Vista, CA 92081 T:…

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California General Election is Tuesday, November 4

By Cheryl on October 10, 2014//Leave a comment

The California Statewide General Election is Tuesday, November 4. Registered voters will be voting on several propositions including Proposition 2, a Legislative Constitutional Amendment to the State Budget (renumbered from 44). Read all Statewide Ballot Measures here.   If you have not yet registered to vote, there is still time. The deadline to register is Monday, October 20….

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It’s Out! Legal Futures Summit Survey

By JohnnyZ on July 01, 2014//Leave a comment

The information gathered from the participants of the Legal Futures Summit from last February has been turned into a survey.   The survey is meant to gauge the interest of attendees and others in the legal community in various projects, community partnerships, and collaborative work to enhance the likelihood that law students can find work,…

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Law and Comics 2014 New Books

By Kelly on June 26, 2014//Leave a comment

We added five new books to our collection that that explore different facets of the current state of comic book publishing. New Books 2014 Comic Book Crime by Nickie D. Philips and Staci Strobl This work explores the ways in which meanings about crime and justice are negotiated and contested in comic books and the…

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Statewide Direct Primary Election is TODAY!

By Cheryl on June 03, 2014//Leave a comment

Today is the day!   There’s still time to cast your vote! Polls close at 8:00 P.M. Click here to find your polling place. Check here for election results.

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