Innovation and technology have led to a reinterpretation of traditional legal institutions. Part of this context is represented by smart contracts. The present contribution is aimed to analyze whether the use of smart contracts can completely disrupt the way qualified professionals work. At the same time this contribution will show the limits of smart contracts and will highlight that their adoption is far from definitively replacing professionals.

Smart Contracts, Legal-tech Professions and Civil Law Issues

Giulia Castellani
2019

Abstract

Innovation and technology have led to a reinterpretation of traditional legal institutions. Part of this context is represented by smart contracts. The present contribution is aimed to analyze whether the use of smart contracts can completely disrupt the way qualified professionals work. At the same time this contribution will show the limits of smart contracts and will highlight that their adoption is far from definitively replacing professionals.
978-1-5275-3693-7
Smart contracts; Legal-tech Professions; Civil Law
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