Feb 14, 2018

Professor Aaron Wright testified before the U.S. House Committee on Science, Space, & Technology on various topics surrounding blockchain technology. He discussed the capabilities of blockchain, including its use for smart contracts, and the potential for the technology to impact a range of industries, improve commercial activity, transform capital markets and democratize capital.


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Feb 20, 2018

“We can use blockchain as a ‘spine’ to manage the entire legal industry, build more efficient systems, decrease the cost of legal services, and make sure people get the legal services they need,” Professor Aaron Wright says in the article.

Feb 9, 2018

Professor Wright will testify at the Subcommittee on Oversight and Subcommittee on Research and Technology Hearing: Beyond Bitcoin: Emerging Applications for Blockchain Technology.

Feb 8, 2018

Professor Aaron Wright spoke with The New York Law Journal about blockchain technology's path into law school classrooms, with Cardozo amoung numerous schools now offering training in the blockchain technology sector.

Wright said, “I think it may be the technology that brings all that learning that’s occurred over that 20 plus years to the mainstream. All those ideas for computational law, this is an application of that.”

Feb 6, 2018

Attorneys who intentionally misadvised clients or failed to advise disclosure that a token was a security to investors could be fined, according to an article on Bloomberg's Big Law Business and Professor Aaron Wright thinks these lawyers may be at risk of malpractice. “I can’t imagine this will end pretty for our sector. It could be pretty gruesome," he commented. 

Feb 5, 2018

February 5, 2018 - Professor Michel Rosenfeld was interviewed on Belgian National Radio on Monday, February 5 about the Nunez memo, its implications for the Mueller - Russia investigation, and what it may portend for President Trump. 

Feb 2, 2018

The memo asserts the FBI relied on a "so-called dossier commissioned by a Washington research firm working for the Democratic Party." But Professor Deborah Pearlstein says the the court would require more documentation than what the dossier provides.

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