The next NYC Legal Tech Meetup has been scheduled for the evening of Tuesday, November 7th, at Hogan Lovells.
The meetup, entitled “Blockchain Basics and Legal Use Cases,” will include
- a brief (10-15-minute) primer on blockchain technology (to level-set for a mixed audience of lawyers and technologists);
- a panel (including audience Q&A) on the legal use cases of blockchain technology (e.g., smart contracts, property rights registration, identity); and
- informal networking with refreshments.
6:30 – Networking over drinks and food
7:15 – “Blockchain Basics” presentation, Thomas Rush, ConsenSys
7:30 – “Legal Use Cases of Blockchain Technology” panel
- Aaron Wright – Chair of the Enterprise Ethereum Alliance Legal Industry Working Group, Associate Clinical Professor and Co-Director of Cardozo Law School’s Blockchain Project and co-founder of the smart contract project OpenLaw
- Houman Shadab – Cofounder of Clause.io, Professor of Law at New York Law School, Co-director of Accord Project for smart legal contract standards
- (additional panelists to be announced)
8:30 – End of formal programming
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(Note: The December or January meetup will be a legal tech “Demo Day.” If you know of an innovative new legal tech company (or established company launching a new product), encourage them to reach out to at https://nyclegaltech.com!)