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Naturalization Information Session

On January 19, 2017, the Temecula Law Resource Center hosted a Naturalization Information Session presented by the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS). The presenter was Brandon L. Menancio, a USCIS community relations officer. This was our first immigration presentation at the Ronald H. Roberts Temecula Public Library from 5:30pm-7:30pm. We had an amazing turnout of 36 people attend this event. People completed the survey and were so appreciative of the program and looked...

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Help You Help Yourself

The Ronald H. Roberts Temecula Public Library hosted the on-going series “Help You Help Yourself.” The goal of this series is to bring legal resources to the local community. This family law class was open to the public and free for anyone wishing to attend. Our previous series topics were Estate Planning, Evictions and the ABC’s Child Custody. The presenter for this family law class was Patty Rich a family law facilitator at the Riverside Self Help Center. The family law facilitator’s...

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Get Help Resolving Your IRS Issue!

Resolving IRS disputes can be quite the undertaking. Take advantage of the free low income taxpayer assistance provided to you! The Public Service Law Corporation- Riverside Legal Aid, Legal Aid Society of Orange County, and our library have joined to bring you help through taxpayer clinics. Attend one of the clinics in Riverside County. The clinics will be held 10 a.m. – Noon on Monday, July 13 in Riverside and Monday, August 17 in Indio. See what the Legal Aid Society of Orange County...

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Fandom and the art of speaking well

A few weeks ago, I had the pleasure of hearing the esteemed lawyer, legal thinker and professor, Dean Erwin Chimerinsky, speaks at the monthly Desert Bar Association luncheon. I’ve been a fan of Dean Chimerinsky since I used his treatise, Constitutional Law: Principle and Policies, for the second semester of Constitutional Law.  It was the best student aid I ever used. Given my fandom, I was excited to hear the Dean ( at University of California, Irvine law school) review the US Supreme Court...

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