David Fisher, Integra CEO and founder of the GLBC, will discuss practical use-cases for blockchain and how blockchain will transform the legal industry. Hosted by OU Law.
On October 24, Thomson Reuters hosted the first GLBC Briefing in their Hong Kong office. The response from the Hong Kong legal community was overwhelmingly enthusiastic, with several companies and law firms committing to join the GLBC immediately.
Glynna Christian, Partner; Co-Head Global Technology Transactions at Orrick, Herrington & Sutcliffe LLP, presented a 30-minute Blockchain 101 webinar. Check it out!
On October 29, Latham & Watkins hosted another successful GLBC Briefing in their Dubai office. Dubai has dubbed itself a “blockchain city”, and the passionate discussion after the briefing did not disappoint. Are you ready to host a briefing in your city?
The Global Legal Blockchain Consortium (GLBC) organizes and aligns global legal industry stakeholders to enhance the security, privacy, productivity, and interoperability of blockchain technology. Furthermore, the GLBC adopts policies that promotes a universal blockchain-based technology infrastructure for law.
About 140 organizations are involved with the GLBC in creating these standards and governance. Several of them are collaborating and creating blockchain-based solutions.
Proofs of Concept
This article discusses 9 Ways Law Firms Could Be affected By Blockchain Technologies, and includes discussion of the GLBC.read more
The University of Oklahoma College of Law, a national leader in modern legal education, has joined the GLBC. OU Law will work with the consortium to develop and promote standards for governing how blockchain technology is used in the legal field.read more
Starting Its Second Year, Global Legal Blockchain Group Unveils New Guides and World Tour of Briefings
Today, with the aim of further accelerating understanding and adoption of blockchain in legal, the GLBC is unveiling three initiatives for members: Regional Briefings, Blockchain 101 offering, and blockchain guides.read more