The Mattone Family Institute for Real Estate at St. John’s University School of Law presents What Real Estate Lawyers Need to Know About Blockchain Technology on November 19, 2019. This event includes two panel discussions. For a full agenda and to register for the event, click here.
In the coming years, blockchain (distributed ledger) technology promises to change real estate transactions as significantly as the internet did a quarter century ago. Some proponents of the technology envision a world in which purchasers and lenders complete their due diligence on a building with a single search, leases consist of self-executing computer code, and equity and debt interests in a building are traded worldwide with the click of a mouse. Please join our experts to explore how blockchain technology is changing the real estate industry, and what this technology holds in store for real estate attorneys in the years to come.
This program will provide attorney attendees with a maximum of 2 New York State credit hours, which credit hours can be applied toward the skills requirement. St. John’s Law School is an accredited provider of continuing legal education credits in the State of New York.