Our team is planning to out 2-day pop-up class, in January 2017, for lawyers and others, on how we can scope concrete applications of Blockchain in legal use cases.
It’s aimed at Stanford Law Students and other Stanford university students, to get them literate in Blockchain, and out of ‘magical thinking’ about the power of new technologies and towards a design-driven, human-centered approach to scoping, prototyping, and testing hypothetical Blockchain interventions.
Interested in joining us this January for the first such pop-up, called Prototyping Blockchain for Law? Fill in the form below. If you’re not a Stanford student, feel free to enter in your details — but the event is really only for the students.