Exploring the idea of composable governance in the contexts of legal tech, business automation, and web3.
Hosted by Dazza Greenwood, this special purpose session was convened by MIT Computational Law Report’s Media Division to explore the idea of composable governance in the contexts of legal tech, business automation, and web3. The format was built around flash talks by invited speakers followed by discussion.
The flash talks were given by:
Joseph McKinney & Nathalie Mezza-Garcia, Catawba Digital Zone
Nathan Schneider, Media Enterprise Design Lab @ CU Boulder
Bryan Wilson, MIT Computational Law Report
Brian Sanya Mondoh, BlockchainLex
Dazza Greenwood, MIT Computational Law Report
Wassim Alsindi, MIT Computational Law Report
For more information on this idea forum, see: https://legalcomponents.github.io/ComposableGovernance and for the most up to date version of this page, see: https://law.mit.edu/pub/ideaforum-1
For reference, see also the ongoing work of the MIT Computational Law Report on the idea of Composable Governance. Also, see the session on Composable Governance at the Stanford Law “DAOs and Systems for Resilient Societies” event held on April 8th, 2022 in conjunction with the CodeX FutureLaw annual conference.