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Time to Renew Your Membership

By Kelly on November 02, 2015//Leave a comment

The Law Library sent out membership renewals last week via email (and by mail in a few cases). If you haven’t seen yours yet, please check your spam file. This year, we’re proud to offer you the option of renewing from home via PayPal.   Once again, we’ve been able to keep membership rates the…

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Food for Fines Program Starting Soon

By Kelly on November 02, 2015//Leave a comment

The San Diego Law Library is offering its first-ever Food for Fines program the week of November 16-21, 2015. Bring a grocery-size bag of non-perishable food items to the nearest law library location and receive waiver of overdue fines on one overdue item. Since our maximum overdue fine can be as much as $74.00 for…

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Membership Survey: We Need Your Input

By Kelly on November 02, 2015//Leave a comment

How are we doing?  How can we improve member services?  These are questions that only you can answer.   We are committed to improving and continuing to be more of service to our members.  Through a grant from the Association of Research Libraries’ LibQUAL+® program, we’ve launched a new survey of our members focusing on…

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Membership Survey: Help us help you!

By Kelly on October 26, 2015//Leave a comment

How are we doing?  How can we improve member services?  These are questions that only you can answer.   We are committed to improving and continuing to be more of service to our members.  Through a grant from the Association of Research Libraries’ LibQUAL+® program, we’ve launched a new survey focusing on service quality.  …

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Appellate Workshop Wins National Award

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

The Legal Services Corporation awarded its Pro Bono Service Award to the Civil Appellate Self-Help Workshop. The workshop is a partnership of the Appellate Practice Section of the San Diego County Bar, the Court of Appeal’s Fourth District, Division One, the Legal Aid Society of San Diego, and the Law Library.   The workshop was…

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El Cajon Legal Clinic is Back

By Kelly on October 05, 2015//Leave a comment

UPDATED INFORMATION 2/7/16: visit https://sandiegolawlibrary.org/calendar/clinics/el-cajon-legal-clinic-variety-topics/   Exciting news! As part of our outreach efforts, we are happy to announce that beginning Wednesday, October 7, 2015, the El Cajon Legal Clinic will resume at a new location – the El Cajon Public Library.  Assistance is available in the areas of family law, immigration, consumer law, employment…

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21st Century Fiduciary Duties MCLE Coming Soon

By Kelly on October 05, 2015//Leave a comment

Date: Monday, October 19, 2015 Time: 12-1 p.m. Location: Downtown San Diego MCLE: 1 hour general participatory credit. Register: online Cost: $20   About the Program: This talk will present the basic outline of the law of fiduciary duties. It will take the audience on a brief tour of an unusual eBook, available in the Library’s…

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El Cajon Legal Clinic is Back

By Cheryl on October 05, 2015//Leave a comment

UPDATED INFORMATION 2/7/16: visit https://sandiegolawlibrary.org/calendar/clinics/el-cajon-legal-clinic-variety-topics/   Exciting News!  As part of our outreach efforts to extend services to patrons beyond the physical library building, we are happy to announce that beginning Wednesday, October 7, 2015, the El Cajon Legal Clinic will resume at a new location-the El Cajon Public Library!  Assistance is available in the…

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E-Filing MCLE Class is Today September 29

By Kelly on September 28, 2015//Leave a comment

Date: Tuesday, September 29, 2015 Time: 12-1 p.m. Location: Downtown San Diego MCLE: 1 hour general participatory credit. Register: online Cost: $20   About the Program: San Diego Superior Court allows and, in some cases, requires electronic document filing. This one hour training session walks you through all the steps necessary to E-File your documents in…

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September Update – Library Finances Continue to Fall

By Kelly on September 21, 2015//Leave a comment

The vast majority of our funding comes from filing fees, and this funding has declined by over 38% from 2008 to 2015.   During the fiscal year that ended in June, it declined over 5% more from last year. This fiscal year, we are expecting another decline of 3 to 4%. Even though this is…

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