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Library News: 

The Library will close at 2 pm on
Thursday, May 21st
for staff training

 

In observance of Memorial Day,
the Library is closed on
Monday, May 25th

 

Free Lunchtime Programs
May 27 & June 11

Tipping the Balance of Justice in California: The Impact of Proposition 47 on California Sentencing, Prison Overcrowding, and Drug Treatment Programs, presented by Milena Blake, Policy Director, Californians for Safety and Justice, Wednesday, May 27, 2015 12:00 pm to 1:00 pm.

Counterfeit Science in the Courtroom
Presented by the Honorable Curtis E. A. Karnow of the San Francisco Superior Court, Thursday, June 11, 2015, 12:00 pm - 1:30 pm.

 

Borrowing Rules

Do you have questions about the Library’s borrowing privileges? If so, then check out our Borrowing Rules brochure.

 

Library Conference Rooms
Available for Rent

Small Conference Room, seats 5–6
Large Conference Room, seats 12–14
Seminar Room for large meetings & events
See our Conference Room link for more information, photos of the rooms, the fee schedule, and rental form.

 

The Library's New Location

1145 Market Street, 4th Floor
San Francisco, CA 94103
Information/Circulation: 554-1772
Reference: 554-1797
Reference email: 
sfll.reference@sfgov.org


Monday - Thursday 8:30 am to 6 pm
Friday 8:30 am to 5 pm
Saturday 10 am to 4 pm 

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Make a Donation

Your tax-deductible donations to help the Library may be made by credit card by phone to 415-554-1772, by credit card via our website, or by check. For more information, contact us at sflawlibrary@sfgov.org. 

 

 

 

 

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Law Library Book of the Month

Elder Abuse Litigation

By Russell Balisok

Elder Abuse Litigation is a Rutter Group litigation manual focusing on remedies for neglect, physical mistreatment, and financial abuse under the California Elder Abuse and Civil Protection Act, including its punitive damages scheme. The guide delves into the duties and liabilities of skilled nursing facilities, managed care, board and care homes, hospice care, physicians, and family members. Model forms include client intake checklists, fee agreements, complaints, requests for restraining orders, motions in limine, and discovery matters. Elder Abuse Litigation, available both in print and on WestlawNext, is part of the Law Library’s comprehensive collection of resources on elder law representation.

Look for it at the Law Library information desk!

  

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