Tag: MCLE

MCLE Audit Season Is Here!

Happy February! If you’re a licensed attorney in California and your last name begins with ‘A’ through ‘G,’ beware the State Bar Audit boogeyman. Before you scour your office, home, car, beachfront mansion, or dusty storage bin for that sweet MCLE certificate gold, its probably a good idea to review what is expected of you during an audit. While the nightmare scenario can be avoided with thorough records-keeping and punctuality, how do you go about rectifying the situation when your dog just...

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National Pro Bono Week Celebration!

In celebration of National Pro Bono Week, the Riverside County Law Library hosted a variety of programs from October 23rd-27th at their three locations. Programs included family and immigration workshops, free MCLEs and legal clinics. On October 23, 2017, the Temecula Law Resource Center hosted a family law workshop presented by family law facilitator Patricia Rich. Dissolution, legal separation, child support and services provided by the Family Law Facilitator’s office were discussed with the...

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Learn all you can at the RCLL

Did you know that the Riverside County Law Library (“RCLL”) regularly schedules programs for both attorneys and non-attorneys?  Sure, we do. For non-attorneys, our Legal Research 101 programs are taught the second Tuesday of every month from 7:00pm – 9:00pm.  Designed for people who know little to nothing about all things legal (or how to do legal research), attendees will learn how to use both print and online resources, how to find and use legal forms and websites, and how...

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Marijuana and the Law

On April 12, 2017, the Riverside County Law Library hosted “Marijuana and the Law,” an MCLE event for National Library Week. The MCLE was presented by Mike Donaldson, Esq and Deputy District Attorney Greg Rollins. Both were amazing speakers and were able to give those in attendance the opportunity to hear about the different sides of the passage of Marijuana laws. The presenters covered the history of Marijuana laws in California. First with the passage of Proposition 215, the Compassionate Use...

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Westlaw Next MCLE

The Temecula Law Resource Center hosted an MCLE, “Westlaw Next, How to Use the Database.” The event took place on May 6, 2016 from 12 pm – 1 pm at the Ronald H. Roberts Temecula Public Library. The MCLE was presented by Dan Feller, a Westlaw representative. Feller lectured on the Westlaw Next database available at the library. The attorneys in attendance were also instructed on how to find trial documents useful templates to their law practice. Lastly, he emphasized what a great resource it was...

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Why celebrate National Library Week?

Once a year libraries throughout the nation celebrate National Library Week and bring awareness to the contributions of all libraries and library workers. In 1954, a National Book Committee was formed by the American Library Association (ALA) and the American Book Publishers in response to a growing concern that Americans were less invested in reading than radios, television, and musical instruments. From this committee, with help from ALA and the Advertising Council, National Library Week was...

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