Thursday, April 11, 2019
Yesterday, I posted an article written by John Witt, Ryan Martins, and Shannon Price. They are also involved in a website called The Waiver Society Project. From the website:
The general aim of the Waiver Project is to communicate something about the ubiquity of waivers in our world and to promote better understanding of the role these complex documents play in the world around us. We want to understand the waiver not only as a legal tool, but as a sociological phenomenon. Why are waivers so common in modern society? Whose interests do they serve? Do differences among courts in waiver enforcement translate to better or worse waivers?
In short, we aim to stimulate thinking on the significance of waivers in our society. To this end, we hope to collect, share, and analyze waivers from all across the country.
To do this we need your help!
Please send us any and all waivers you have, ideally with the date and time of the conduct in question. Please see the “Contact & Submit” section of the website for instructions on how to submit your waivers, and let us know about your own experience with these strange legal documents.
Send us new cases or articles from your jurisdiction so that we can keep the state summaries and bibliography updated.
Send news articles that catch your eye about waivers and waiver cases.
We look forward to hearing from you!