2018 CL+B Festival

2018 Computational Law & Blockchain Festival – Singapore Node

by Singapore Academy of Law (FLIP) and Legal Hackers SG.

Partner: Singapore University of Social Sciences and Singapore Management University.

Event Details

Date 17 March 2018 (Saturday)
Time 10:00 – 17:30 hrs
Venue SAL @ The Adelphi
1 Coleman Street
#08-08
Singapore 179803.

 

For registration, please click here.

 

From Eventbrite by Singapore Academy of Law (FLIP) and Legal Hackers SG

Global Decentralised Conference

The CL+B Fest (#clbfest2018) is a “decentralized conference” that will take place simultaneously in independent, self-organized nodes around the world in three tracks:

  • LEARN, an education track (e.g., Blockchain 101, smart contract workshop);
  • HACK, a 24-hour hackathon featuring several Global Challenges and prizes; and
  • DISCUSS, a global policy symposium focused on blockchain issues.

Singapore Node

The Festival is designed to be as inclusive as possible, with activity tracks for participants of all backgrounds, interests, and skill levels so we hope you’ll join us. For this event, we will have two tracks: LEARN and DISCUSS tracks of the Festival.

We have lined up an exciting panel of speakers (for the Learn track) and will likely organize a World Café session (for the Discuss track). Our speakers hail from startups, companies, law firms, universities and institutions, and will be sharing on interesting topics such as the history of computational law, UNCITRAL e-commerce texts on blockchain and smart contracts, topics concerning blockchain law, policy and regulation, demystifying smart contracts and law of new technologies and business models in the global context.

The finalised details on the schedule and speakers will be available soon.

 

So far, the list of our confirmed speakers and their draft topics are as follows:

  • Prof. Eliza Mik of Singapore Management University – Demystifying Smart Contracts
  • Dr. Yu Yinghui of Singapore University of Social Sciences – Blockchain 101: History, Limitations, Outlook
  • Patrick Dahm of Samuel Seow Law Corporation – Initial Coin Offerings
  • Hugh Mason of JFDI – Building a Guild for Legal Geeks on the Blockchain
  • Alexis Chun of Legalese – The History of Computational Law
  • Meng Wong of Legalese – SWOT Analysis for Singapore Legal Tech Ecosystem
  • Karen Teoh of Kommerce – Law, economic structures and game theory: The Kommerce thesis on how blockchain can fix the world
  • Irene Ng of Stanford-Vienna Transatlantic Technology Law Forum – UNCITRAL E-commerce Texts: Blockchain and Smart Contracts

 

The draft schedule is as follows:

  • 1000 – 1030hrs: Registration and Networking Breakfast
  • 1030 – 1100hrs: Brief Introduction by FLIP and Legal Hackers SG
  • 1100 – 1300hrs: Learn Track: Talks by speakers
  • 1300 – 1400hrs: Lunch
  • 1400 – 1530hrs: Learn Track: Talks by speakers
  • 1530 – 1700hrs: Discuss Track: World Café style breakout discussions
  • 1700 – 1800hrs: Closing/ Final talks

We will update this page once the details have been finalised.

It’s Free (and with Free Food!)

This event is FREE for all to attend and will be held all day on Saturday, March 17. As this is a decentralized global event, we will live stream our proceedings. Of course, food and beverages will be provided throughout the day.

Who should join us?

We would like to welcome lawyers, legal technologists, regulators, academics, students and enthusiasts of all ages, genders, backgrounds, skill levels, and disciplines who are interested in Blockchain and Computational Law!

Our Partners:

This event is supported by both the Singapore University of Social Sciences and the Singapore Management University.

Other Academic Partners for this event include:

MIT Media Lab (law.mit.edu) | Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law | Brooklyn Law School | Cornell Tech IC3 | Legal Technology Lab | New York Law School | Stanford CodeX Blockchain Working Group | UCLA Blockchain Lab | Vanderbilt University Law School

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