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NEVADA CITY, Calif. December 15, 2016 – The Nevada County Law Library is offering monthly “Noon Time Legal Seminars” to the general public and practicing attorneys on topics of general interest beginning January 2017.

These seminars are taught by local attorneys and designed for the lay person, as well as for the practicing attorney, who will receive MCLE credit (Minimum Continuing Legal Education). The cost is $15/seminar for non-attorneys and $30 for attorneys. Spaces are limited. We highly suggest pre-registration. To enroll, please call 530-265-7161 or email Law.Library@nccourt.net.

Seminars are from 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm held on the third Tuesday most months and on the fourth Tuesday in November at a courtroom on the first floor of the Nevada County Superior Court, 201 Church Street, in Nevada City.

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