Attorneys (especially those with names starting with H-M) take note: The Law Library’s January line-up of MCLE classes is now available. Sign up through saclaw.org to reserve your spot. Classes include timely topics such as #MeToo and the Elimination of Bias, Computer and Cell Phone Forensics, Asset Protection, and Age Bias at Work, as well as popular […]
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The Sacramento County Public Law Library is seeking a Bilingual Paralegal (English/Spanish) to become a full-time member of the Law Library’s Administration Team. To find more information about the library’s programs and services visit www.saclaw.org. Purpose of Position: Paralegal assists self-represented litigants with general civil legal matters including assisting in the completion of legal forms, […]
The Law Library is pleased to present six new online MCLE videos. Each is $20. The videos are: ■ Nuts and Bolts of Collecting your Judgment (2 MCLE); ■ Demurrers & Sanctions Motions (1.5 MCLE/1 Legal Ethics); ■ Ethical Considerations in Co-Counsel Representation (1 MCLE/Legal Ethics); ■ Revocable Trusts (2.5 MCLE); ■ Contention Interrogatories in Civil […]
As the new year approaches, new laws are set to go into effect. Read the complete list of laws enacted by the 2017 California legislature on the Enacted Bill Report (http://leginfo.legislature.ca.gov/faces/newLawTemplate.xhtml).
The State Bar of California has just updated its Helping Handbook, a resource guide for victims of wildfires. Originally released in 2007-8 for the SoCal fires, it has been updated this month for the NorCal fires. It is available online in English: www.mofo.com/norcal-fires-handbook/ and in Spanish: https://media2.mofo.com/documents/171103-northern-ca-fires-helping-handbook-spanish.pdf For a list of disaster relief resources from the State […]
Now that recreational marijuana is legal in California, what are the rules for growing and using it? The answers are changing, and they depend on where you live or partake.