There are only two weeks left before the main branch of the San Diego County Public Law Library at 1105 Front Street closes to start renovations in early 2011. The closure is scheduled to last at least four months while the five decade old facility undergoes a major $3.2 million makeover. The targeted reopening date is June 10, 2011.

The Main Library will be open temporarily at the Frantz Building (1168 Union Street) by mid-January, where patrons can view materials and contact reference librarians. Library staff cannot provide legal advice about specific cases, but they can point patrons to published laws, legal practice information, and other related materials that are available for reference by judges, attorneys, and all county residents for your own viewing and usage.

For further information, visit http://sdcpll.org or call 619-531-3900. Specific information on the renovation is available at the http://sandiegolawlibrary.org/about-the-renovation/ default web page.

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Founder Dec. 17, 2010 @ 7:28 a.m.

Better close all the Law Library's if Kessler vs. Sanders goes to trial!

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a2zresource Dec. 17, 2010 @ 4:46 p.m.

LOL... closed or opened, nobody working the City side of that suit has found anything useful at the Law Library yet... although there IS a whole mess o' stuff in the third floor stacks on the ins and outs of bankruptcy law!

If our current City Attorney has ever been up there, then it's news to me.

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