This article discusses 9 Ways Law Firms Could Be affected By Blockchain Technologies, and includes discussion of the GLBC. 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. 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. 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... 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... Recordings of the GLBC Annual Meeting are now available on the GLBC YouTube channel. The full recording is posted, along with individual presentations.