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Oct. 27 at Noon: Dealing with Covid Rent Debt

Virtual Program Wednesday, October 27, Noon to 1:00 Pacific
Dealing with COVID Rent Debt (non-MCLE)
Presented by Kari Rudd from Bay Area Legal Aid

*Download Flyer Here*
To RSVP, please email sflawlibrary@sfgov.org by noon the day before the program.

Hear from an attorney about your rights and options for dealing with debt from unpaid rent due to COVID-19. (We will not be covering evictions during this presentation but will be focusing on collections and credit reporting issues.) 

Attention and Caution: Because of the rapidly changing nature of Covid Rent Debt issues and laws, the information in this presentation may change due to changes in the law. The information in this program should not be considered legal advice. Please consult an attorney or research your issue for the most up to date information.


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Eviction Moratorium in SF

*Updated 8/27/21* The Supreme Court has thrown out the latest CDC eviction ban.

*Updated 8/3/2021* San Francisco’s eviction moratorium is set to last through September 30, 2021. Though the city had earlier this June passed an extension through December, California’s new COVID-19 relief bill, AB 832, overrides local pandemic eviction protections and prevents city legislators from adding new ones until April of next year. The California moratorium still applies even with the new CDC eviction ban extension, issued August 3rd, which will expire in 60 days on October 3, 2021.

In addition to pausing evictions based on nonpayment of rent, the city also offers help with paying back and forward rent. For more information on emergency tenant protections in the city, including how to obtain legal advice, please visit https://sf.gov/information/about-covid-19-emergency-tenant-protections and our COVID-19 quick guide on rent debt: https://calcountylawlib.libguides.com/covid19_quick_guides/rent_debt.

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Nolo Free Remote Access Tutorial Video

Using Free Nolo Self-Help Legal Titles Remotely

Watch the new video on Using EBSCO and Nolo Legal Self-Help Titles Online
Through The San Francisco Law Library
Presented by Jason High, Training Specialist, EBSCO


This program covers the basics of how to use EBSCO’s Legal Information Reference Center to access Nolo Self-Help Legal Titles, forms, and more through the San Francisco Law Library. Nolo publishes self-help titles written by attorneys to help you learn about a wide range of legal topics from estate planning to family law and forming and running a business. Access EBSCO on our databases page at sflawlibrary.org


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Free Westlaw MCLE 6/17 at Noon

Thursday, June 17, Noon to 1:00 Pacific
Westlaw Virtual MCLE: Litigation Research with Westlaw
Presented by Jonathan Dorsey, Esq.
Client Representative, Government, Thomson Reuters
1 Hour free Participatory MCLE Credit – This is a repeat of the 8/28/19 & 6/23/20 programs.
Email name and CA Bar # to sflawlibrary@sfgov.org by noon the day before the program to receive link. 
*Download Flyer Here*

During this course, you will learn how to most efficiently locate and use
Westlaw’s litigation resources. 

Learn about remote resources available on our homepage.