CEB & California County Law Libraries Partner Program

ceb_logo_2California’s Continuing Education of the Bar (CEB) is teaming up with the Council of California County Law Librarians (CCCLL) to help support the continued free public access to legal resources for all Californians — but — your help is needed.

As part of the partnership program between CEB and CCCLL, when you or your firm places an order for CEB products using a designated CEB priority code (9629A  for the Alameda County Law Library) CEB will credit that county law library’s account with 10% of the value of the order.   By simply using a priority code, you or your firm help maintain the public law collections available to all within your community.

CEB products included in this program are:

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OnLAW libraries give you access to the largest source of web-based California legal commentary and analysis.

CEB Books   

Comprehensive and authoritative, CEB print materials offer in-depth coverage of the law and expert analysis and guidance from California’s leading practitioners.

CEB’s Specialization Courses ~ Preparation for Certified Specialist Exams

  •  FLIC (Family Law Intensive Course) 
  •  EPIC (Estate Planning Intensive Course)

Please support the goals of the Alameda County Law Library as it continues to envision a future in which all people have effective access to justice. To bring about this vision, we provide access to information required for participation in the legal system, resolving legal disputes, engaging in commerce, and tending to personal affairs and academic projects.

Use CEB priority code 9629A when you place an order with Continuing Education of the Bar.

Thank you.

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