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Date: Monday, June 11, 2018 Time: 12-1 p.m. Location: Downtown San Diego No MCLE credit available Register: online You’ve just passed the Bar – Congratulations! Do you have the right legal position lined up? You’re about to complete your paralegal certificate – You Did It! What does the job market look like? Join us…Learn More Back to Top
Are you looking for information about whether you are being paid correctly for overtime? What are your rights to access your personnel files? What kind of investigations can a possible employer conduct? Is it okay for an employer to monitor an employee’s computer searches? The fifth edition of California Workers’ Rights covers all these…Learn More Back to Top
The Law Library’s North County branch will be closed Friday, May 18 because contractors are installing a new HVAC system. All air conditioning and ventilation systems will be shut down for this work. We will be open regular business hours on Monday, May 21. While the branch is closed, we have a variety of…Learn More Back to Top
We are proud to announce that we are an official drop-off location for Socks for Stand Down 2018! Now through June 18th , we will be collecting new, unused socks to be donated to Stand Down San Diego. Socks for Stand Down was started in 2015 by Senator Toni G. Atkins after local Stand Down…Learn More Back to Top
Primary Election for United State Senator, Representatives in Congress, Governor/Lt. Governor and other State offices is June 5. Other State offices up for election include State Assembly (all districts), Secretary of State, Attorney General and more. Local government offices included in the June 5 Primary Election include Assessor/Recorder/County Clerk, District Attorney, Sheriff, Treasurer, and some…Learn More Back to Top