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Join Us in Creating More Just and Resilient Economies

Join Us in Creating More Just and Resilient Economies

Happy Spring, SELC supporters! We’ve been busy preparing the soil of a new legal landscape that supports community resilience. Will you help us sow seeds of resilience this spring? It's SELC's Spring Membership Campaign! Help us legalize sharing and grow the movement for more just and resilient economies - join... Continue Reading

The California Neighborhood Food Act Needs Your Help!

We've been working towards this groundbreaking moment for two years. California State Assemblymember Steven Bradford has introduced AB 2561, the California Neighborhood Food Act, which, if passed into law, will remove zoning law barriers and other obstacles to growing produce for personal use or for sale throughout California. It's time... Continue Reading

SELC's Spring Newsletter

SELC's Spring Newsletter

Read about how SELC is revolutionizing legal services and cultivating a new legal landscape this Spring! Continue Reading

WORKER COOP STATUTE INTRODUCED INTO CA ASSEMBLY

WORKER COOP STATUTE INTRODUCED INTO CA ASSEMBLY

BREAKING NEWS: Worker-Owned Job Creation on the Rise: Assemblymember Bonta Introduces California’s First Limited Liability Worker Cooperative Act to Facilitate Worker-Owned Business Development Bill introduced in the California State Assembly would eliminate cumbersome requirements of existing law so that local worker-owned and managed businesses can thrive. Continue Reading

The Sharing Economy Just Got Real

The Sharing Economy Just Got Real

This article was originally published on Shareable The legal problems of the sharing economy just got real. The latest lawsuits against "ride-sharing" companies Lyft and Über could be game changers. The plaintiffs are drivers who give rides to strangers for money, paying a portion of their earnings to the companies.... Continue Reading