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Legal Research From Home Series 3: Consumer Protection Law
(Just Now) Nolo’s Plain-English Law Dictionary defines consumer law as “federal and state laws established to protect retail purchasers of goods and services from inferior, adulterated, hazardous, and deceptively advertised products, and deceptive or fraudulent sales practices; these laws cover everything from food to cosmetics, from banking to fair housing.”
Legal Research from Home Series 4: Employment Law
(1 days ago) In the current Covid-19 pandemic, many people have faced the loss of jobs. Now more than ever, employment law is an important area of law. There are many online resources at a person’s disposal to research employment law-related issues at home.
Legal Research from Home Series 5: Family Law Part 1
(4 days ago) Family law covers a broad range of topics. Most of family law can be separated into two categories: the first dealing with marriages (forming marriages and ending marriages), and the second category dealing with children (adoption, custody, and support).
(8 days ago) Effective immediately: You are encouraged to call or email the self-help center for self-help services in Family Law, Civil or Probate matters. [email protected] 951-274-4499 or 760-393-2163. Staff are able to: Explain what it means for litigants to be their own attorney. Provide links to forms and answer specific questions.
Legal Research from Home Series 5: Family Law Part 2
(4 days ago) Legal Research from Home Series 5: Family Law Part 2. Welcome to part 2 of the family law entry of the legal research from home series. We know family law can be overwhelming and we are here to help. We’ll look at some of online resources available to use when researching family law matters regarding children (custody, support, adoption, IEP
(5 days ago) The Riverside County Law Library’s (RCLL) Lost and Found repository is located at the Information Desk in the Victor Miceli Law Library and Indio Branch. Lost and Found items in the Temecula Law Resource Center will be turned over to the Ronald H. Roberts Temecula Public Library circulation desk.
Life without parole- Cruel and Unusual
(Just Now) The Law Dictionary defines “incorrigible” as ‘unmanageable or uncontrollable.” The ruling means that the sentencing authority (i.e. judge) does not have to determine that the juvenile is not able to be rehabilitated before making a sentence; they can make a sentence without that determination.
(7 days ago) In-Person Services available June 15! Riverside and Indio locations will be open to the public for limited hours and in-person services. To protect the health of our valued staff and patrons using the law library, we ask everyone in the law library wear a mask at all times and follow the Law Library Rules of Conduct and all posted COVID19 prevention protocols.
California Free Legal Answers: A New Virtual Pro Bono
(3 days ago) What areas of law does the service provide assistance in? “Civil legal questions in a variety of areas, including, labor & employment, family law, probate and consumer finance. We do not answer criminal law questions, and generally refer questions on immigration and veteran’s benefits to ABA Federal Free Legal Answers which is intended to
History & Mission
(1 days ago) The Law Library is governed by a seven-member Board of Trustees made up of community judges and attorneys. The first official minutes of the Riverside County Board of Law Library Trustees were recorded on April 28, 1941 and the original collection of a few thousand books was housed in the Chambers of Department 1 in the Superior Courthouse.
An Afternoon on Equity
(5 days ago) The theme of National Law Day 2021 was “ Advancing the Rule of Law Now” with the rule of law being a set of “ non-arbitrary laws” which “apply to everyone equally” (Brown, 2021). However, the RCLL host of An Afternoon with Obie Anthony, Jenna Pontious, believes Mr. Anthony’s experience “ demonstrates that the rule of law was not
Lawyers in the Library- Indio
(4 days ago) The Indio Branch of the Riverside County Law Library, in collaboration with the Desert Bar Association, will hold a “Lawyers in the Library” program. A volunteer attorney will be available for free 20-minute consultation with people who have legal issues to discuss. Individuals will come into the library and meet with an attorney remotely via […]
Advance Equity, Read Just Mercy
(3 days ago) Legal aids are a crucial factor in giving people equitable access to law, but the statistics show that people are underserved. The report also found that 61% of attorneys leave legal aid organizations due to the financial pressure of a low salary. The combination of lack of funds to obtain legal aid for those with legal problems and the lack of
Director’s Quarterly Update
(1 days ago) The Temecula Law Resource Center remains close; however, all reference service requests are handled remotely by our staff in downtown Riverside. We keep our front doors locked and only individuals who need access to legal research materials and services that are not available remotely online are admitted in the law library.