Sunday 22 December 2019

Law School course on crypto-assets and blockchain

Starting September this year, I am teaching a course devoted to the legal issues on crypto-assets and blockchain at my university (Doshisha University in Kyoto, Japan). It is a 2-credit course (90 minutes x 15 classes) and is one of a kind in Japan. The link to the syllabus (in Japanese) is here. As noted there, the course aims to cover a broad ground encompassing the law of obligations, property law, currency law, anti-money laundering, payment law, securities law, the law of negotiable instruments, private international law, procedure law, criminal law, the law of data protection and tax law. Special thanks go to two guest lecturers, Mr. Ken Kawai (partner of Anderson, Mori & Tomotsune) and Mr. Kimihiro Mine (director of bitFlyer), who have agreed to deliver one class each.

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