The Osgoode Certificate in Blockchains, Smart Contracts and the Law
thu28novAll Dayfri29The Osgoode Certificate in Blockchains, Smart Contracts and the LawChange is here. You need to get prepared.
The rapid growth and implementation of blockchain technologies has already begun to disrupt and revolutionize the financial system and other industries. Change can present challenges and it can
The rapid growth and implementation of blockchain technologies has already begun to disrupt and revolutionize the financial system and other industries. Change can present challenges and it can also provide opportunities. The key to unlocking opportunities lies in determining how the legal system can best foster the development of this new business sector by truly understanding the nature of blockchain transactions, the implications of differences in business models, and an appropriate approach to address the numerous legal issues arising from this paradigm shift.
As with many new technology services offerings, there are vital risk-based issues that need to be carefully considered before businesses, particularly heavily-regulated ones, can start to fully realize the full potential of distributed ledger technologies.
Designed for lawyers and executives without a technical background, over the course of this comprehensive, focused and practical program, you will explore the potential of the blockchain industry, as well as the effect of the technology on other industries, to enhance your understanding of blockchain and to arm you with the knowledge and insights you need to incorporate blockchain into your practice and/or business strategy.
This program has been developed with a sophisticated audience in mind and is presented by a faculty comprised of legal thought leaders to address key elements, including:
- Understanding blockchains and distributed ledger ecosystems
- Cryptocurrencies, initial coin offerings and characterizing blockchain tokens
- Smart contracts and decentralized applications
- Competently advising through blockchain innovation
- Analyzing the nature of blockchain transactions and differences in business models
- Transforming enterprise business models
november 28 (Thursday) - 29 (Friday)