On November 4, 2018, the McGill Law Journal invited 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 in the fields of tax, privacy, and corporate law?
Distinguished panelists participated in the conference and critically discussed contemporary challenges facing new technologies at the intersection of the law and business. At the lunch, leading scholars and experts were able to engage with entrepreneurs and address their most pressing questions in this field.