MIT Computational Law Guest LectureSpeaking Engagement
Blank Rome Partner Michelle Ann Gitlitz, who serves as chair of Blank Rome’s Litigation Group and co-chair of the Firm’s Blockchain Working Group, will guest lecture at MIT’s Computational Law course on Tuesday, January 16, 2018.
Led by Dazza Greenwood, the course pursues a cross-disciplinary exploration of the implications of emerging technologies on law and legal processes, with an emphasis on the development and deployment of automated computational business and legal systems. The course includes special focus areas on rules-driven Artificial Intelligence, Blockchain, and Autonomous Transaction Networks.
Ms. Gitlitz is experienced in helping clients navigate the legal landscape for the use of blockchain technology and artificial intelligence. She frequently speaks at conferences on blockchain technology, has participated in the MIT Legal Forum for Artificial Intelligence and Blockchain, and is a member of the Accord Project, which develops technical standards for legal smart contracts.
For more information, please visit the MIT Computational Law course page.