Programming Governance / Governing Programming: Regulatory Challenges on the Edge of Technology

Event

Chancellor Day Hall NCDH 101 (Durnford Classroom), 3644 rue Peel, Montreal, QC, H3A 1W9, CA
Price: 
Free, but registration is mandatory.

The McGill Law Journal (MLJ) is pleased to invite scholars, lawyers, students, and business entrepreneurs to its Annual Symposium, titled Programming Governance / Governing Programming: Regulatory Challenges on the Edge of Technology.

Description

From the business realm to the legal field, new technologies are disrupting long-established ways of governing society. How are cryptocurrencies, AI, and blockchain, to name a few, challenging legal orders across continents, and how should we govern the not-yet governable?

Join the McGill Law Journal for a conference marked by exciting panelists, who will critically discuss contemporary challenges facing new technologies at the intersection of law and business. An innovative lunch & tech fair are also on the schedule, where leading scholars and experts will engage with entrepreneurs’ most pressing questions in the field.

Follow the Symposium via its hashtags: #MLJsymposium #techtaxlaw

Registration

To register and stay informed, head over to our EventBrite page.

In the interest of open scholarship, there is no charge to attend this event.

This event is accredited by a recognized provider for 4.25 hours of continuing legal education.