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An overview of civil litigation using an example of public nuisance.

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Tags : Law, Litigation

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Legislative Summit

Oct 22, 2015

Category: Current Events

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On Thursday, October 15, 2015, I attended the 2015 Legislative Summit at the South Coast Winery in Temecula. The event was organized by the Temecula Chamber of Commerce. The speakers were Senator Mike Morrell, Supervisor Kevin Jeffries, Diane Harkey from the State Board of Equalization, Michael Hestrin the Riverside County District Attorney and Anne Mayer from the Riverside County Transportation Commission.

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Category: Current Events

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Managing the security of our personal and professional information is a daily process for many of us. This doesn’t imply that organizing and keeping track of passwords, ids, and other various forms of authentication is a straightforward endeavor, however.

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Tags : Technology

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I rarely recommend (as pleasure reading) a Plaintiff’s ex parte application to consider newly discovered evidence and summary judgment as well the Defendant’s opposition but in the case of Good Morning to you Productions v. Warner/Chappell Music, Inc., I recommend it for the drama of the accusatory tone of the Plaintiff’s application and also because it might cause you to ponder on the current state of US copyright laws.

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Free LSAT Resources

Sep 17, 2015

Category: Miscellaneous

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For those preparing to take the Law School Admissions Test ("LSAT"), you know the difficulty finding resources to supplement my studying and are always on the lookout for free sources. While prep courses sell for upwards of $2 per section, follow are some free options to use and peruse.

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Tags : Law, Research

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Many of us have been there (or are still there), tickets, they’re no fun! If you’re still there, here’s some news that may brighten up your day. Starting October 1st you may be eligible to get your traffic ticket or other infraction debts reduced 50-80% and or have your driver’s license reinstated. Thank you Senate Bill 85! There are several factors that will determine your eligibility...

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Fun reading and websites for Constitution Day.

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Easy Peasy

Aug 13, 2015

Category: Miscellaneous

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There are two ways to do legal research: do it yourself or find someone who knows how to do it (like your friendly neighborhood law Librarian).

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Inspiration

Aug 05, 2015

Category: Miscellaneous

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I’ve been in a slump lately. I’m not sure if it’s because it is summer and the law library is quiet or if it’s just general ennui but I have plenty of projects to work on and not a whole lot of drive to get it done.

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Tags : Law, Library

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2015 AALL Conference

Aug 03, 2015

Category: Current Events

On July 18th, thousands of law librarians converged in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania for the American Association of Law Libraries (AALL) Annual Meeting and Conference. The “Power of Connection” was the theme this year. Having gone to several AALL conferences in the past, I expected no less than a full schedule of program sessions, SIS/Committee/Caucus business meetings, vendor-sponsored receptions and product demos, plus a full day of chapter leadership training...

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Tags : Law, Library, AALL

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