The Stanford Journal of Blockchain Law & Policy is the first law journal to publish on the greater blockchain technology space. It features Articles (peer-reviewed), Essays, and Comments. In conjunction with its print run, JBLP is published here at pubpub.org.
Edited by Stanford University-affiliated academics and practitioners based out of the Stanford CodeX Blockchain Group and part of the Stanford Center for Blockchain Research, JBLP fills a critical need in the field for a neutral, disinterested, and reputable platform to publish high-quality content and to advance discourse. Our scope spans (but is not limited to) the legal aspects of blockchains and cryptocurrencies, regulatory and policy ramifications, governance, and the future of decentralization.
For sponsorship opportunities or print copies, please email the Managing Editor at firstname.lastname@example.org. JBLP does not accept sponsorships from individual token projects.
Co-founded the Stanford Journal of Blockchain Law & Policy. Previously a Distinguished Practitioner at Stanford University, Visiting Professor of Law at UC Davis Law School, antitrust attorney with Jones Day, and CSO of a Palo Alto-based blockchain startup. B.A, Yale; J.D., Columbia Law; M.A. (Political Science), Columbia.
Tony Lai, Co-Chair of the Stanford CodeX Blockchain Group
Dr. Michèle Finck
Samuel J. Klein
Dr. Philippa Ryan
Dr. Roland Vogl, Executive Director of CodeX - The Stanford Center for Legal Informatics