The world’s first blockchain law certificate has come out which offers world-class academic property and innovation law program. This is only such comprehensive certificate program which includes both blockchain and cryptocurrency law certificates also dubbed as BC&L and is also an accredited by the University of New Hampshire School of Law aka UNH Law.
UNH Law has introduced a groundbreaking format in the field of legal education which goes in-line with the new emerging technologies across the world. The university has collaborated with global blockchain expert Samson Williams along with his consultancy firm Axes & Eggs which will help in developing the entire module of the certificate program.
Nearly 100 students are interested to join this blockchain law certificate. The program director Tonya Evans who also happened to be one of the UNH professors stated that the law students of this generation need to be acquainted with the technological advancements and proficiencies as mentioned on CoinDesk. The university is looking forward to bring on several blockchain industry experts such as MyCrypto CEO Taylor Monahan and Ethereum Foundation researcher Vlad Zamfir.
Perhaps, this isn’t going to be that easy as it seems because the lawyers will need to have quite a lot of understanding about these digital systems to apply their knowledge of what they have learned in the blockchain certification program. The two varied subject’s law and software development are completely unrelated but have a common point of reference now in case of blockchain related stuff.
Everything To Know About BC&L program course
According to Cision PR News Wire, the blockchain law certificate along with cryptocurrency has been originally designed in the format of 4 required courses while 1 elective. It will introduce blockchain, smart contracts and crypto trade essentials to the students with their legal implications. The students will be able to access the entire archived content and can also take advantage of instructors’ virtual working hours.[The views and opinions expressed in this article are those of the authors and do not necessarily reflect the views and/or the official policy of the website. ]