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Law library announces partnership program

The San Diego Law Library Foundation and Board of Trustees recently announced a partnership program to help offset a decline in operating funds.

The San Diego Law Library Partnership program offers law firms and related businesses the opportunity to host or develop appropriate law library educational programs, and receive online benefits and facilities discounts in exchange for its support at various giving levels. Law firms that commit funding for a minimum of three years will be recognized on the law libraryís donor wall.

At the individual level, the law library has created a Speakers Bureau and Bloggers Bureau that allows qualified attorneys and professionals to speak at law library educational programs and share blog content through the law library's website. The law library also is allowing attorneys to buy individual memberships in cases where their firms opt out of the firm membership program.

For the second year, the library also is offering a Crunch Card program, which provides the opportunity for “all you can eat” continuing legal education credits from now through Jan. 31, the deadline for lawyers to meet State Bar of Education licensing requirements.

For information, contact the law library at info@sdcpll.org.

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