Austin Stoub (www.lalawlibrary.org/) is a Librarian, Reference and Research at the LA Law Library. After earning a bachelor`s degree in political science from Calvin College in 2001, Austin worked in government before joining the UCLA School of Information Science in 2008. He received his MLIS from UCLA in June 2010. Since then, he has overseen the development of collections for several states, developed and taught a number of courses, and played a role in the operation of the Circulation and Copying Center. The Los Angeles Law Library offers hands-on, interactive courses each month that teach the fundamentals of library research. From introduction to print resources to free legal websites and introduction to Westlaw, it`s hard to choose among the many low-cost courses we offer to the public, paralegals, students and lawyers. The Los Angeles Law Library offers courses for everyone from self-represented litigants to students, paralegals and lawyers. You will find the scope and scope of the courses up-to-date, informative and useful. Join the Los Angeles Law Library and our many esteemed partners as we celebrate Pro Bono Week and recognize the importance of pro bono publico legal aid.
Participate in free classes, workshops and one-on-one support, online or in person, and join the spirit of pro bono! We are pleased to announce that we are once again offering limited face-to-face classes and events at the library! For your safety and convenience, we continue to offer many of our most popular programs as live Zoom events. Please click on one of the courses and workshops below for more information. To view our online course page for recordings of past courses, please click here. Visit probonoweek.lalawlibrary.org for more information! The Los Angeles Law Library offers many ways to get help with your legal problem. In addition to our reference desk and valuable print and electronic resources, we also offer live and on-demand courses and other events. Take courses that cover the basics of your legal problem, get hands-on support at legal workshops, or take the opportunity to ask a lawyer questions tailored to your situation. John Miller (www.lalawlibrary.org/) is a legal education librarian at the Los Angeles Law Library. John visited UC Davis for his BA and JD. After graduation, John helped launch UCD`s Tribal Justice Project. He then attended the University of Washington for his MLIS. John joined the Los Angeles Law Library after serving as Student Services Librarian at UC Hastings. John also teaches as an assistant lecturer in law at USC Gould School of Law and works with Native American tribes to promote access to justice.
Visit our list of courses and reserve your place in one of our great courses! By appointment only. Register online at www.lalawlibrary.org/litl. In the meantime, we always provide remote service, support and support, so you can choose what best suits your needs. You can reach us at AskNow (live chat), firstname.lastname@example.org or 213-785-2513 for referral help and free e-shipping up to 25 pages. Or you can check out our free online courses or arrange a free phone consultation of library lawyers with a pro bono lawyer here. For a full list of useful links and resources on legal issues impacted by COVID-19, please click here. Throughout the year, the Los Angeles Law Library presents a variety of courses and community events aimed at promoting legal research and equal access to justice throughout Los Angeles County. A variety of courses aimed at educating the public, paralegals and legal communities. Rebecca L.
Henry (www.linkedin.com/in/rebeccahenry/) graduated from UCLA Law School in 1993 and works as director of legal and business affairs for fashion brand House of Aama (houseofaama.com/). She is a lawyer by day and an artisan by night. As a lawyer, she is Director of Law and Brand Economics. He also oversees manufacturing and production. New and growing businesses need to sign a variety of contracts with owners, suppliers, and customers, to name a few. Learn to read the common „standard“ language of contracts and negotiate contract terms to your advantage. Interactions with law enforcement can be intimidating and troubling. This course explains how to make intelligent decisions when interacting with police. Includes tips on how to respond when talking to police on the street, in your car, and at home.
Includes the civil rights and duties of the police and the public. The discovery process in a civil suit allows a party to obtain information and documents relevant to the lawsuit. This helps the parties to know in advance what evidence might be presented at trial or to resolve the case before trial. In this course, you will learn about subpoenas and requests for production (RFP) in civil cases in California state courts to discover written documents and other physical objects you may need to prove your case or successfully defend yourself. Matt Summers (chwlaw.us/attorneys/matthew-t-summers/), Senior Counsel, Colantuono, Highsmith & Whatley, PC. Many people can`t afford a lawyer to solve their legal problems. Whether you`re a tenant or a landlord, if you`re having trouble renting real estate in California without a lawyer, this course will help you get started by teaching you important information about your rights and obligations and the resources available. Learning the important basics of landlord-tenant law can make your legal journey easier and more successful. Sometimes state or local government agencies make mistakes. In this course, you will learn about the procedure for challenging administrative decisions before a higher court through a „writ of mandate“.
Writs are different from other types of civil actions and procedures and terminology can be complicated. During this fun and valuable course, you will learn a collection of scientific techniques to improve your mental strength and optimal performance under stress. Each technique stems from the latest discoveries in neuroscience and helps you reduce your brain`s „amygdala abduction“ during these stressful moments and activate your prefrontal cortex and upper brain regions. It is important that each technique only takes two minutes or less for each technique! There will also be short experiential exercises (with no pressure to participate) that catalyze laughter and learning. So get ready to have fun and walk away with a collection of tangible tools you can apply the next day to strengthen your mind, increase your resilience, and be even better in your legal career! Para ver este anuncio general en español, haga clic aquí. There is no need to register in advance or make a telephone appointment. Participants register on the day of the program and are seen on a first-come, first-served basis. Call the Conservatorship Center at 310-869-9792 and ask Bruce Kaufer for more information. Much of the burden of California`s housing crisis has fallen on women. According to the latest homeless census, victims of domestic violence (mainly women) and women in general are over-represented in the increase in the homeless population, and many more experience housing insecurity. Volunteer lawyers offer free 10- to 20-minute consultations with people who have legal issues to discuss.
Friday, October 7, 2022: 12:00 – 13:30 — ZOOM INFORMATION WILL BE SENT VIA EMAIL. Learn more. Reserve your spot and get the legal information you need! Seth Chavez, Director, LACBA SmartLaw & Attorney-Client Mediation & Arbitration Services (www.smartlaw.org/). Note: Space is limited. Participants were admitted on a first-come, first-served basis. Quotes don`t always come to mind when lawyers think about their ethical obligations to the court. However, presenting good legislation and conducting thorough research are the cornerstones of ethical advocacy. In this course, lawyers will learn how to use legal citators to validate and expand their research. Many people can`t afford a lawyer to resolve their legal issues, which can make custody and support issues intimidating.