Why Lawyers Are Getting On The Blockchain Train


Will “smart,” automatically executing contracts have a place in the nation’s legal system?

The Enterprise Ethereum Alliance (EEA) announced earlier this week that a group of 14 law firms and academic institutions signed on to join a new wing of the organization called the EEA Legal Industry Working Group.

“Lawyers are the ones who are going to be able to take this to the next level and do it in a mature and measured way,” explained Aaron Wright, a professor at Cardozo School of Law and the chairman of the working group, by phone this week.


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