What We Do
ALUMNI & PARTNERS
Blockchain, a decentralized method of creating and disseminating cryptographically-secured electronic records, has an incredible potential to reduce costs across industries and professions, including the legal profession.
The BCLS was established to gather graduate and undergraduate students who are interested in blockchain or other emerging technologies. With the help of BCLS, students write about issues of and attain internships related to, blockchain technology. We seek to provide meaningful and unique networking opportunities for our members by hosting thought-provoking forums and events in the Washington D.C. metropolitan area.
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Spring 2019: Blockchain Overview & Workshop
Spring 2018: Making Blockchain Work for You
“[Understanding blockchain] presents a massive opportunity to pave the way for governments and agencies who will eventually regulate cryptocurrencies.”
Buckley Sandler LLP
“I wasn’t so sure about [blockchain] at first, but eventually I realized: there is something here and I need to figure it out, and I need to figure it out fast.”
Perkins Coie LLP