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USD Small Claims Clinic

By Benita on March 06, 2013//Leave a comment

About the Program:   Do you have a legal claim valued at less than $10,000? Have you thought about filing in San Diego’s Small Claims Court? Come to this one hour presentation by the University of San Diego Small Claims Clinic.  Topics will include how and where to file your claim, how to prepare for…

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Quick Tip Classes – March

By Benita on March 04, 2013//Leave a comment

Need a quick tip or two on how to use our most used legal databases? Or help with navigating MS Word?  Join us every Tuesday and Thursday as we provide a couple of helpful tips navigating legal databases, tips using Microsoft Office programs, and other helpful legal resources.   Location: Downtown Location Time: 9:30am – 9:45am…

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The U. S. Housing Crisis: Current Developments And Lessons Learned

By Benita on February 28, 2013//Leave a comment

About the Program:   The San Diego Law Library presents A Speakers’ Bureau Program featuring Gary Laturno   – 1 hour MCLE General Participatory Credit is available.   This one hour presentation will cover the current developments in the U. S. Housing Crisis including: tax issues – cancellation of debt income in short sales & foreclosures, SB 458:…

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Vista, El Cajon,& Chula Vista Locations Closing at NOON on Fridays

By Gina on February 22, 2013//Leave a comment

Due to a decrease in funding and staffing levels, our Vista, El Cajon, and Chula Vista locations will close at noon on Fridays starting March 1st. These new hours coincide with the Court Business Office Friday afternoon closures throughout the County. Need assistance during that time? The downtown library will remain open and staffed in…

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Is your Lawyer Overcharging you? – CANCELLED –

By Isabel on February 11, 2013//Leave a comment

About the Program: 1 hour General Participatory MCLE credit available. Sorry, this program has been CANCELLED. It will be rescheduled.  In recent months, there have been a number of high-profile litigation cases in which legal fees have been at issue. Among the highest profile of those cases is the Apple-Samsung patent litigation in which the…

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Tax Time is Coming!

By Isabel on February 11, 2013//Leave a comment

UPDATE: We now have all the 1040 forms, including 1040, 1040A and 1040EZ  and the instruction booklets at all locations. We are receiving a limited number of paper tax forms from the IRS and the California Franchise Tax Board. Please call any of our locations before you come in to ensure we have them. The…

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Are You Being Sued by a Debt Collector?

By Isabel on February 11, 2013//Leave a comment

We may be able to help! The Legal Aid Society of San Diego holds Consumer Law Clinics offering free legal assistance to low-income individuals at two of our locations. They are offered every Tuesday from 11 am – 1 pm at our Vista location, and Thursdays 9 am -12 pm at our Chula Vista location….

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Grow, Protect, Defend, Achieve – All at Your San Diego Law Library

By admin on May 11, 2012//Leave a comment

The San Diego Law Library is your law library, and there are many ways you can take advantage of all we have to offer. Here is just a sample of what you can expect when you walk through our doors. Legal Research Materials The San Diego Law Library is home to the largest public collection…

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Law Made Public

By admin on May 11, 2012//Leave a comment

The law is a powerful tool. Virtually every aspect of our lives has a legal component to it, but few people have considered the true impact the law has on our lives. As the county’s only public legal information center, we provide the community with access to resources to help address a variety of challenges…

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Why the San Diego Law Library

By admin on March 23, 2012//Leave a comment

“We The People” is more than just a phrase on an old piece of paper.  Our government was built upon a principle of self-governance known as the Rule of Law. Simply put, that means we are all subject to a set of laws that are applied equally to everyone. These laws are written down and…

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