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On September 28, RCLL staff attended the 2020 Association for Rural and Small Libraries conference session: “Rural Libraries Create Pathways to Civil Legal Justice.” The session focused on how public libraries should be mindful of the civil legal justice gap and ways that they can help patrons with civil legal issues.

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Quarterly updates from your Director covering matters relating to the Law Library collection, programs, services, facilities, and events.

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Category: Legal Research

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A benefit of having access to the internet is you have access to (almost) every kind of information in the world at your fingertips. Case law happens to be one source of information that you can find at home for free!

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Category: Current Events

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With the November election fast approaching and voting being a major news topic, you may be wondering what you should know as a voter. RCLL is here to help.

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Category: Legal Research

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Learn about our new online service- The Lexis Digital Library

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Category: Miscellaneous

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Staff review of Fastcase's virtual webinar on the landmark case Lawrence v. Texas featuring speakers Paul Smith and Mitchell Katine.

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Category: Libraries

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Please help us better serve you and others by sharing your experiences with RCLL's website and social media in a short survey.

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Category: Miscellaneous

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LITC’s, or Low-Income Taxpayer Clinics, are federally funded programs offered to assist taxpayers. The LITC program at Inland Counties Legal Services was fortunate enough to have law students intern for their program this 2020 summer. Hear what they have to say about their experience.

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Category: Libraries

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A review of an AALL conference session that called for us as legal information professionals to acknowledge that racism has influenced our legal system, workplaces, and profession.

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Summary and impressions of opening Keynote of Jim Kwik, a widely recognized world expert on memory improvement, brain optimization, and accelerated learning.

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