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The SDCBA produces publications as a means of communicating with Bar members and the San Diego legal community. SDCBA publications are provided to members as a benefit of their membership.

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San Diego Lawyer Magazine

The bi-monthly San Diego Lawyer is the premier source for insight, information, news and entertainment in San Diego County's dynamic legal community. Recipient of many awards, San Diego Lawyer mixes lifestyle features with hard-hitting reporting on developing issues that the local practice of law. SDCBA members receive a complimentary copies of San Diego Lawyer. Non-SDCBA members may purchase an annual subscription here.

To read the cover story from the current issue, click here. To view back issues, visit the San Diego Lawyer archive page here.

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Legal Community Guide

The SDCBA's Legal Community Guide provides information about State, Federal and Appellate Courts, city and county governments, the SDCBA, other law related organizations and law schools. The Legal Community Guide is a one-stop reference book of contact information for government offices and prominent legal organizations in San Diego, serving as a valuable tool in helping you connect to our legal community.

SDCBA members: download a pdf copy of the 2014 Legal Community Guide directly from your MySDCBA page after logging-in to the SDCBA website. Print copies are available for purchase here.

State of the Judiciary in San Diego County

In 2013, the SDCBA produced the first-ever report on the State of the Judiciary in San Diego County provides a snapshot of the current state of San Diego’s courts and urges the legislature to reinvest in the judicial branch.

The report gives an overview of the operational effects of Court Funding Cuts and also details the “real world impacts” of funding cuts, with real examples of how court budget cuts have had a direct effect on San Diego families and businesses.

To read the full 2013 State of the Judiciary in San Diego County report, and a one page summary of the report, click here

To read the 2014 update to the State of the Judiciary in San Diego County, click here.

For further information about this publication, visit www.sdcba.org/courtfunding.

This Week at the Bar

This Week at the Bar provides members with a weekly update of the Bar's upcoming programs, volunteer opportunities, Forum activities and more. This Week at the Bar is distributed to members via email every first working day of the week. Click here to view the most recent edition.

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 For the Record

For the Record is the monthly e-newsletter for the SDCBA's new lawyers. The publication contains articles of interest to newer practitioners, and is distributed to the Division's membership (attorneys in practice for less than seven years) and SDCBA law student members on the second Thursday of every month. Click here to read the current issue.

SDCBA Annual Report 2013

Click here to download the report.