Sharing Law

Sharing Law supports legal approaches to living together in thriving, interactive communities.

For example, imagine that your neighborhood wants to start a tool library. Everyone collects their ladders and carpet shampooers, those tools and equipment that are rarely used, and they consolidate all those items into a common shed. Now, what happens? Who is responsible if the ladder breaks due to poor maintenance? What if a neighbor fails to return an item? The sharing lawyer helps sort out those situations, along with more complex issues.

I've always felt like people shouldn't have to struggle, and life should be fun.

Janelle Orsi
Janelle Orsi is the founder of Sustainable Economies Law Center.

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