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March Book Drive

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Book Drive

Each month we will seek donors to purchase a new title for the Law Library. Here is our Wish List for the month of March, featuring books about electronic payment systems in the law and drafting bills for clients. Growing our collection is about so much more than a single book—it is a living demonstration of how the Library expands the public’s access to justice and provides legal practitioners with the tools they need to represent members of our local community. Please see our Donation Guide for more ways to support the Law Library.

Electronic Payment Systems Law and Emerging Technologies

Electronic Payment Systems: Law and Emerging Technologies
Written by Edward Allen Morse
$89.95, Paperback, 2017
ISBN: 978-1-63425-962-0

How To Draft Bills Clients Rush to Pay

How to Draft Bills Clients Rush to Pay, 3rd edition
Written by Mark A. Robertson and J. Harris Morgan
$34.95, Paperback, 2018
ISBN: 978-1-64105-087-6

To donate, please contact sflawlibrary@sfgov.org or call (415) 554-1791.  We appreciate your contribution!


Recent Book Drive Donations

Thank you to Shannon K. Mauer of Duane Morris LLP for generously donating Dissent and the Supreme Court: Its Role in the Court’s History and the Nation’s Constitutional Dialog, part of our February Book Drive.

Thank you to Robert Gates for generously donating The 2018 Solo and Small Firm Legal Technology Guide, part of our February Book Drive.

Please take a look at our Book Drive page to see Wish List items from prior months. We are still wishing for these books!

Thank you for your support!

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