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.