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.
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.
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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.