2018 Computational Law & Blockchain Global Festival (Tallinn and Tartu, Estonia)
The first annual Computational Law & Blockchain Festival (#clbfest2018) is a three-day global event bringing together coders, designers, lawyers, policymakers, researchers, and students to co-create the future of law, legal practice, and policy. In the spirit of decentralization, the Festival will be hosted at independent, self-organized nodes in cities around the world.
More information about the event and registration HERE
PRELIMINARY DETAILED SCHEDULE:
15 March 2018 (TALLINN) Pre-event
16 March - 18 March 2018 (TARTU)
10:15-11:45 TRACK LEARN
Electronic signature and enforceability of electronic contracts in civil law countries
Presentor: attorney Liisi Jürgen, NJORD Law Firm, lecturer of the IT Law Master´s programme
12:00-13:30 TRACK LEARN
Digital identities, e-residency and e-wallets - identity and digital footprint
Presentors: attorney Anne Veerpalu and attorney Liisi Jürgen, NJORD Law Firm, lecturers of the IT Law Master´s programme
13:30-15:00 LUNCH BREAK
15:00-17:30 TRACK LEARN
Decentralization and innovation ecology - what type of ecology is needed for legaltech to accelerate it innovation? Introducing many technologies which in themselves are not going to revolutionize everything.
Presentor: Michael Gallagher
Symbols in law: Creative Commons - which correspond to custom-generated copyright licenses for internet content
Presentor: Triin Siil, inhouse counsel of Cybernetica AS
17 March 2018 (TARTU)
10:15-11:45 TRACK LEARN
Virtual currencies: legal and tax issues
Presentor: attorney Priit Lätt, PWC Legal, lecturer of the IT Law Master´s programme
12:00-13:00 LUNCH BREAK
Event programme 13:00 -13:30 TRACK LEARN
Tax issues at ICO and post-ICO
Presentor: attorney Elvira Tulvik, MAGNUSSON
13.00 TRACK HACK (24h) ENDING 13:00 on 18th March 2018
Location: J. Liivi 2 - 111, Tartu
Moderator: Anton Vedeshin, Agrello.io
Computer Science Department, University of Tartu 13:30-15:00 TRACK LEARN and TRACK DISCUSS
SESSION 2: SMART CONTRACTS
* Miao ZhiCheng, from decentral.ee, "Blockchain computing vs. tranditional computing - a overview of the fundamental security challenges that is unique to the blockchain computing"
* Risto Alas, from Guardtime, on the topic about "the DAO and the vulnerabilities discovered in Ethereum smart contracts" Agrello team: "Smart contracts technical standards" *Agrello team: "Smart contracts technical standards"