The world’s oldest and most established legal organizations realize the benefits of blockchain technology. However, without major intermediaries providing convenience and guidance, industries must band together to jointly develop standards and governance.
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 125 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
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
Latham & Watkins has become the latest major firm to join the Global Legal Blockchain Consortium (GLBC), a group of industry stakeholders focused on ‘enhancing the security, privacy, productivity, and interoperability of blockchain technology’ for the legal...read more
BYU Law, a leading national law school based in Provo, Utah, announced that it will join the Global Legal Blockchain Consortium (GLBC), an association of 100 companies that operates to augment the security, productivity, privacy and interoperability of blockchain...read more