Class provides basic assistance to those without a lawyer interested in filing for a conservatorship to help an adult who cannot care for him or herself.
Learn about low-income housing assistance programs and services available to tenants with Section 8 vouchers.
An overview of the tenant eviction process, including termination notices and the laws and collections procedures.
Learn about the different types of law created by each branch of government, why each is important, and how to use them to research legal issues.
LA Law Library Torrance Branch hosts South Bay Bar Association’s annual "Ask A Lawyer" Program.
Learn how the law can help those wrongfully convicted of crimes, how to get a case back into court after appeals, and what resources are available to help.
Learn how to access police personnel files in criminal and civil cases, including the basics of making Pitchess motions.
As a business owner, you try to do things that set you apart. In this class, learn how to protect your trade secrets and information that gives your business an edge.
Learn how to assist community members restart their lives and re-enter the workforce by clearing their criminal records -- and get inspired to volunteer at a future clinic!
Join the discussion of City of Dreams: Dodger Stadium & the Birth of Modern Los Angeles, the full story of the controversial building of Dodger Stadium and how it helped transform our city.
Free legal assistance in filing a petition to clear a criminal record. Interested individuals should call (800) 399 – 4529 to be pre-screened for the clinic. Eligible candidates will be seen by appointment ONLY.
Learn how to assist undocumented parents prepare for deportation and the possibility of separation from their children -- and stay to volunteer at the clinic!
Provides undocumented immigrant parents with steps to prepare for the possibility of separation from their children. Free legal assistance with Caregiver’s Affidavit also provided.
Learn how to determine if your insurance policy provides coverage for natural disasters, how to make a claim and how to deal with your insurance company.
The headlines have opened a national dialogue on sexual harassment in the workplace. Learn about employee rights and employer responsibilities from employment law experts.
Please join us at West Covina Public Library and watch a live-stream of this popular program. Learn how to determine if your insurance policy provides coverage for natural disasters, how to make a claim and how to deal with your insurance company..
Please join us at Torrance Superior Court and watch a live-stream of this popular program. Learn how to determine if your insurance policy provides coverage for natural disasters, how to make a claim and how to deal with your insurance company..
Please join us at Torrance Superior Court and watch a live-stream of this popular program. The headlines have opened a national dialogue on sexual harassment in the workplace. Learn about employee rights and employer responsibilities from employment law experts.
Speak to a Legal Aid lawyer about family law proceedings relating to victims of domestic violence or housing matters during teleconferencing hours. Appointment required.
This presentation will compare the different ways the United States and other countries utilize separation of powers among branches of government to prevent any one branch from exercising complete control or tyranny over its citizens.
An experienced attorney will provide basic rules and tips on how to request or oppose requests for an order from a judge (i.e., “motions”).
Provides basic information on how to prepare and respond to complaints in civil lawsuits in California courts.
Clerks of the California Courts of Appeal teach how to appeal from a trial judge’s decision and avoid procedural pitfalls.
Learn the rules and requirements and get tips on how to draft the most effective appellate briefs for California state courts.
Should legislators be allowed to draw districts to advantage one political party over the other? Does this infringe on constitutional rights, and what should courts do about it?
Everyone’s invited! Music, art and delectable delights fill the room at LA Law Library at the 2018 Law Week opening celebration.
Who can sue for civil rights violations? Learn how to determine if you have a civil rights claim, where and how to file.
Make your legal journey easier and more successful by learning about essential rights and responsibilities of tenants and landlords, and resources available to help with rental property issues.
Please join us at the Torrance Self Help Center and watch a live webcast of this popular program. Make your legal journey easier and more successful by learning about essential rights and responsibilities of tenants and landlords, and resources available to help with rental property issues.
Free 20-minute consultations, featuring volunteer attorneys from the San Fernando Valley Bar Association. No reservations or appointments necessary
Learn how to write a better appellate brief. Volunteer attorneys will provide one-on-one assistance with brief-writing. Referral required.
This class is designed to make communicating and working with a lawyer easier and more effective. Taught by a lawyer with significant family law experience.
Free 20 minute consultations with volunteer attorneys. No reservations or appointments necessary. Featuring volunteer attorneys from Women Lawyers Association of Los Angeles (WLALA).
Learn how to deal with unpaid traffic tickets. Volunteer attorneys will provide basic information and one-on-one assistance.
Dialogue on the Future of Policing: engage in small group discussions to exchange ideas and build mutual trust between community and law enforcement.
How much do you know about the Law? Check to see in this fun, fast-paced trivia game. Are you a Trivia God?
This matching exercise raises awareness of human rights violations occurring around the world, while educating participants about the various international legal provisions that protect individuals against such violations.Play Now
This online educational game is designed to explore the evolution of voting rights in the United States and the impact it may have had on key presidential elections.
This video focuses on sharing the stories of individuals who have overcome significant barriers to achieve success. It is our hope that hearing and seeing these stories come alive will inspire individuals to overcome whatever barriers they face in order to make a difference in society.Watch Now
Thank you for your interest in LA Law Library's Law Week Celebration, which will be taking place April 30 - May 4, 2018.
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