Technological ingenuity has fundamentally changed the way lawyers and their clients do business. In an era where rampant concerns over data governance and consumer privacy have profoundly impacted legal operations and client service, growing interest in the ability of blockchain technology to help improve compliance, security, accessibility, and transparency, has become a clarion call to action. Today’s practicing lawyer is simultaneously a trusted legal advisor and savvy technologist. (S)he is expected to stay abreast of the latest technological trends in order to better serve clients and stay ahead of the competition.
In 2020, Thomson Reuters is pleased to present the return of its groundbreaking seminar on designing “smart contracts” in the age of blockchain. Through a series of comprehensive, interactive exercises, this CLE-accredited, introductory seminar will offer practicing lawyers foundational lessons on how to code and design smart contracts for future implementation in legal practice. Register today to enhance your business skill set and become a true practice innovator.
Seating is extremely limited in order to provide a fully immersive classroom experience.
Prior knowledge of blockchain technology or computer programming is not required; however, each participant must bring a laptop computer to participate in the course.
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