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Law Library for San Bernardino County
Reduced Hours of Operation due to COVID-19.
In observance of Presidents’ Day, the Law Library will be closed at all 3 locations on February 20, 2023. The law library will resume normal hours on February 21st at 9:00 AM.
Monday: 9-1:30pm, 2-4:00pm
Tuesday: 9-1:30pm, 2-4:00pm
Thursday: 9-1:30pm, 2-4:00pm
Friday: 9-1:30pm, 2-4:00pm
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Public Notices (2022)
Access to California Appellate Briefs
California Appellate Briefs are available online for free through LA Law Library's website. This is a part of their ongoing scanning project to provide public access to briefs. You will need the brief number to locate the document you want. Click Here for Access.
A full range of Appellate Briefs can be searched at any of our Branches through our subscription to the LLMC Digital Library. For assistance or additional information ask a staff member.
California Citizens Redistricting Committee
New California Laws for 2022
Online access for the California Rules of Professional Conduct: Selected State Bar Act Sections and Statutes Regarding Discipline of Attorneys and Duties of Members of the State Bar of California
Research Guides and Sample Motions
The Operations Manual for the California Dept. of Corrections and Rehabilitation is available online.
The Law Library has been chosen to participate in a PACER Training Program sponsored by USGPO and USAOC.
Information and Training Materials
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