Blockchain – why lawyers should care – 1 CPD Unit

$99.00

Nowadays it seems everybody speaks about Blockchain with a certain level of excitement.
A lot of people have heard of Bitcoin, but do not understand, Bitcoin and other cyrptocurrencies use Blockchain technology.

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Who is this course for?

All Lawyers.

What will you learn?

Nowadays it seems everybody speaks about Blockchain with a certain level of excitement.
A lot of people have heard of Bitcoin, but do not understand, Bitcoin and other cyrptocurrencies use Blockchain technology.

It is important that lawyers understand the fundamentals of Blockchain. Then think about how it may impact everything they do, even now as we speak (well, as you read this, at least).

  • What is Blockchain, and its main characteristics;
  • Practical application of Blockchain in commerce, and why you should you be paying attention also;
  • What are Smart Contracts; and
  • How can Blockchain disrupt the (currently fundamental) need for a corporate entity’s a focal point of any economic activity.

How long is it going to take?

This is a 60 minute course in easy to consume sections, giving you the flexibility to learn when it fits your schedule.

Course Author: Ivan Rasic

Ivan Rasic is the CEO of LegalTrek, the company that provides the leading Legal Billing and Legal Project Management software platform for future-orientated law firms with sophisticated clients.

Ivan’s special interests are Legal Project Management (LPM), Kanban, agile lawyering, business development, and alternative business models for law firms.

Having transitioned hundreds of lawyers into the world of modern business practices (e.g. customer discovery; LPM, to name some) Ivan and the LegalTrek team possess unique know-how that intersects law, business, technology, and agile service delivery.

Ivan Rasic holds a Law & Finance double-degree (LLM) from Goethe University in Frankfurt, Germany. Since early on, he was passionate about innovation in legal. Nowadays, Ivan also mentors aspiring lawpreneurs, in networks like Law Without Walls and Founders Institute.