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The material for the podcast was drawn from the upcoming new edition of
Witkin, California Procedure. The current (5th) edition is published by Thomson Reuters and updated annually, and contains a full list of resources relied upon for this podcast.
This 1 hour MCLE program will provide an introduction & overview of legal research on Fastcase 7 to help enhance your Fastcase experience. Access Fastcase for legal research through our homepage at: sflawlibrary.org
Ken Strickland-Garcia is your newest Fastcase reference attorney for the West Coast. Originally from Duck, NC in the Outer Banks, Ken now lives in Portland, OR. Ken received his law degree from the UNC Chapel-Hill School of Law and his Masters’ in Legal Education from Georgetown. Ken lives in the Pearl District of Downtown Portland with his dog Rocky and his perfect fiancé, Andres.
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New! Listen to the Podcast – Do you have a right to a jury in a civil action in California Courts?
Presented by John R. Wierzbicki, Co-Director, Witkin Legal Institute, Recorded May 4, 2020
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This is part one in a series on juries. More are coming soon.
Stream Virtual Classroom presentations, including the Unforseeable Circumstance “Force Majeure” Clauses audio podcast by the Witkin Legal Institute on the California County Law Libraries’ Website
About the Speaker: John R. Wierzbicki is co-director of the Witkin Legal Institute. B. E. Witkin founded the institute before he died to carry on his life’s work in producing Witkin’s California Library: Summary of California Law, 11th ed., California Procedure, 5th ed., California Criminal Law, 4th ed., and California Evidence, 5th ed. John heads the Institute’s educational activities and writes on the topics of constitutional law, contracts, civil trial practice, and taxation.