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Event: Legal Research: Part A- California Statutes
Date11/04/2014
Time: 1:30 PM
Location: Training Center

Part A, will cover Statutes.

You will learn how to recognize and locate California laws, in print and on-line, and how to use the Annotated Codes. This class will also cover secondary sources, which provide interpretation and context, and are often used as "side doors" into the official statutes.

To access local parking information, go to our Parking Guide at http://www.saclaw.org/pages/parking-guide.aspx

Metered Parking: Free after 6 p.m.  All parking meters now accept credit cards, in addition to bills and coins. The Law Library is unable to provide change for metered parking; please plan accordingly.

Disabled Person Parking: Free parking at meters, residential permit areas, and blue or green curbs. Patrons who choose to park in off-street parking lots and garages (public and private) are obligated to pay any applicable parking rates.

To locate transit information go to http://www.sacregion511.org



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Event: Legal Research: Part B- California Cases
Date11/18/2014
Time: 1:30 PM
Location: Training Center

Part B, will cover Cases.

This class covers how California case law is developed and organized. You will learn how to locate cases in printed resources and on-line. Secondary sources will be included in the demonstration of methods researchers use to find relevant judicial opinions.

NOTE: As of February 1, 2014, the Sacramento County Public Law Library will no longer validate class parking.

To access local parking information, go to our Parking Guide at http://www.saclaw.org/pages/parking-guide.aspx

Metered parking is available, requires quarters or parking cards. The Law Library is unable to provide change for metered parking; please plan accordingly.

Disabled persons park free at meters, residential permit areas, and blue or green curbs. Those who choose to park in off-street parking lots and garages (public and private) are obligated to pay applicable parking rates.

For public transit information go to http://www.sacregion511.org

 



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Event: Federal Legal Research, Part B: Cases and Finding Aids
Date12/02/2014
Time: 2:00 PM
Location: Training Center

PART B: Cases, Digests & Citators

Learn how to locate federal case law in print using Digests and update case law using Citators.

To access local parking information, go to our Parking Guide at http://www.saclaw.org/pages/parking-guide.aspx

Metered Parking: Free after 6 p.m.  All parking meters now accept credit cards, in addition to bills and coins. The Law Library is unable to provide change for metered parking; please plan accordingly.

Disabled Person Parking: Free parking at meters, residential permit areas, and blue or green curbs. Patrons who choose to park in off-street parking lots and garages (public and private) are obligated to pay any applicable parking rates.

To locate transit information go to http://www.sacregion511.org

 



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