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A list of all pages that have property "SummaryText" with value "Call for clinic schedule Conducts a monthly clinic on small claims issues that are free to the public. There are generally 6-8 clinics per semester. Clinics for, "How to present a case in Small Claims Court", are held every second Tuesday evening at 50 Fell St. Clinics for, "Enforcing Small Claims Judgments", are held Wednesdays at 10am every other month at 400 McAllister St. For a current schedule please call. The clinics are free to the public. For General small claims questions please call 415-693-9811. Advises inspaniduals with the small claims process by providing guidance with paperwork and presenting their case effectively. Inspaniduals who qualify for Small Claims Court are those who have disputes with quantifiable damages equaling $7,500 or less.". Since there have been only a few results, also nearby values are displayed.

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    • New College School of Law Small Claims Clinic  + (Call for clinic schedule Conducts a monthCall for clinic schedule</br></br>Conducts a monthly clinic on small claims issues that are free to the public. There are generally 6-8 clinics per semester. Clinics for, "How to present a case in Small Claims Court", are held every second Tuesday evening at 50 Fell St. Clinics for, "Enforcing Small Claims Judgments", are held Wednesdays at 10am every other month at 400 McAllister St. For a current schedule please call. The clinics are free to the public. For General small claims questions please call 415-693-9811. Advises individuals with the small claims process by providing guidance with paperwork and presenting their case effectively. Individuals who qualify for Small Claims Court are those who have disputes with quantifiable damages equaling $7,500 or less.ntifiable damages equaling $7,500 or less.)