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Housing Co-ownership Teach-in and Discussion

  • Oct 9, 2013 · 7:00 PM
  • Impact Hub

Shared housing attorney and Sustainable Economies Law Center [SELC] Executive Director, Janelle Orsi, will lead a discussion about some of the key legal questions that groups often have when embarking on creating shared housing structures, including the basics of co-housing, co-op housing, limited equity housing cooperatives (LEHCs), and tenancy in common agreements. Come with your questions and ideas to share!

About Janelle Orsi
Executive Director and Sustainable Economies Law Center Co-Founder
Outside of her work with the Sustainable Economies Law Center, Janelle Orsi is an attorney and mediator focused on helping individuals and organizations share resources and create more sustainable communities. Through the Law Office of Janelle Orsi, she works with cooperatives, community gardens, cohousing communities, ecovillages, and others doing innovative work to change the world. She attended UC Berkeley’s Boalt Hall School of Law. In 2010, Janelle was profiled by the American Bar Association as a Legal Rebel, an attorney who is “remaking the legal profession through the power of innovation.” In 2012, Janelle was one of 100 people listed on The (En)Rich List, which names individuals “whose contributions enrich paths to sustainable futures.”

Janelle is author of the book Practicing Law in the Sharing Economy (ABA Books 2012), and co-author of The Sharing Solution: How to Save Money, Simplify Your Life & Build Community (Nolo 2009), a practical and legal guide to cooperating and sharing resources of all kinds.

Co-sponsored by SELC and Impact Hub Berkeley


NOTE: This is a courtesy posting on a topic of interest to our members and not a San Francisco Cohousing event. Please contact SELC for details. SFCoho will not be responding to inquiries on the Meetup site about this event. Thanks for your understanding.

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