Practical know-how — for lawyers, by lawyersSign up for beta access
The Community.lawyer Commons is a place where lawyers across the country can buy, sell, and share practical resources — from checklists and model pleadings to how-to guides and practice manuals. By coming together to share knowledge, the legal profession can save time spent on duplicative research and drafting and provide more people with the quality legal help they need.
Lawyers contribute an original resource like a template form/pleading, checklist, monthly newsletter, or practice manual.
Contributing lawyers provide a brief description of the resource and offer it at whatever price they want — or for free.
Lawyers search the Commons, find practical resources authored by local lawyers, and download them with the click of a button.
Yes, the Commons has two major rules for contributors.
Yes, the Commons has two major recommendations for contributors.
The Community.lawyer Commons is currently in Beta and will be officially launched later this year. In the lead up to the launch, we're inviting a select group of lawyers and legal organizations to list ― either for a price or for free ― practical resources for other lawyers in their jurisdiction to access.Sign up for beta access