LawNext Podcast: Blockchain, Smart Contracts and the Future of Law, with Casey Kuhlman of Monax

Casey talks to Bob Ambrogi on his LawNext podcast, Dec 3rd 2018

Kuhlman and Monax are the principal forces behind the launch of the Agreements Network, which he describes as the “legal layer for a networked world.” The Agreements Network provides a base blockchain layer and other tools to serve as an ecosystem to create, distribute, and operate legal agreements.

Kuhlman envisions that lawyers will be able to generate new revenue by converting agreements they’ve created into products that can be sold through these networks. These “archetypes,” as Kuhlman calls them, would combine legal text with smart-contract workflows to allow commercial clients to create their own active agreements.

Now based in Scotland, Kuhlman is a U.S.-trained lawyer who went to work in Somaliland in eastern Africa and started a law firm there. His work representing companies in transactional matters helped convince him that there had to be a better way to manage agreements. That led him to launch Monax and the Agreements Network.

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(This podcast and commentary originally appeared on the Lexblog site on Dec 3rd 2018 and is reproduced here courtesy of Lexblog)

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