The General Council of Spanish Lawyers, the coordinating and executive body of the Spanish Bar Associations, together with the Blockchain Intelligence Law Institute, announced the 15th edition of their certified blockchain courses for lawyers. It will take place from November 30, 2020. An opportunity to gain knowledge that enables the legal approach to blockchain projects.
Compared to previous editions, this time the hours in the Certified Legal Expert course for Blockchain, Smart Contracts, Tokenization and Crypto Assets have been increased from 15 to 24 hours. As well as in the Certified Legal Compliance Expert course for Blockchain, Smart Contracts, Tokenization and Crypto Assets from 15 to 32 hours.
In addition, a blockchain module was added in the justice administration, as the blockchain is important as evidence. The European regulatory development of digital identity in blockchain as well as the GDPR and compliance laboratories were also included.
The latest edition of these courses, taught online, received very positive reviews from participants, with 100% satisfaction and maximum appreciation for teachers, structure and content.
Training in times of COVID: greater inclusion and interaction
The pandemic situation caused by Covid-19 has underscored the need to automate processes, underscoring the transformative power of technology and its ability to create opportunities for inclusion and social development. The online training modality has also proven to be very valuable and diverse. Not only is it flexible and personalized, but it also offers better inclusion and interaction.
During the first wave of the pandemic, Blockchain Intelligence quickly implemented an online platform to offer the courses it personally planned. Thanks to an intuitive user interface, accessibility from any device and a dynamic, practical and collaborative methodology, the participants gave excellent ratings for the user experience and the quality of their comprehensive programs.
His innovative strength, the quality and topicality of the content as well as the high level of the speakers, all of whom are lawyers with practical experience in blockchain and specialists in the field of technology and law, should be emphasized.
Communication technology enabled professionals and companies from Europe and Latin America to meet in the same “room” and to exchange experiences and opinions. In this way, the resulting interaction and synergy had nothing to envy of what was offered by face-to-face courses.
Based on a deep understanding of blockchain technology and its possible use, the courses examine the digital identity in the blockchain, the operation and regulation of smart contracts, the tokenization of movable and immovable assets, and the regulation of crypto assets. The use of the blockchain in the context of commercial law, its use in the area of real estate law and the application of securities regulation is of central importance. Financial regulations, money laundering and tax law are also analyzed.
The training is complemented by hands-on laboratories that deal with the same topics. Students program a smart contract for the sale of a property, receive cryptocurrency in their wallet, register documents on the blockchain, etc.
Together with blockchain, there are opportunities for new business models
Blockchain technology poses significant legal challenges in terms of design and application. Lawyers, compliance experts and regulatory authorities have the opportunity to find legal solutions for new business models and activities of start-ups, companies, international organizations and the public sector.
Therefore, Blockchain Intelligence (BI) is the catalyst platform for resources and training to respond to the demands of blockchain developments. Because they combine access to the best legal experts with real knowledge of application development.
They offer training, knowledge, forums for analysis and reflection as well as the connection to the development ecosystem and international connections in a globalized world. They also develop strategic advice on blockchain.