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Legal Infrastructure

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Gillian Hadfield

on 9 October 2017

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Transcript of Legal Infrastructure

Rules for a Flat World
Why did humans invent law?
What are our great challenges?
Does law need reinventing?
How can we reinvent legal infrastructure to support solutions to our great challenges?
Why Humans Invented Law and How to Reinvent It for a Complex Global Economy
Lotsa law
Not so much
Costly
Complex
Insufficient quality
Poverty
Inequality
Violence
Despair
Globalization
Complex systems
Alienation
Authoritarianism
Nationalism
Climate change
Disease
3D Printing
Blockchain
Gene editing
Autonomous vehicles
Hyperloop
Private space travel
AI & Robotics
Autonomous weapons
Migration
Conflict
Indifference
Fundamentalism
Solutions
Technology Science Politics
RULES
Can we invent..?
A way for small traders in poor countries to grow on global markets?
A way for everyone to reliably ensure all claims/disputes are resolved in accordance with law, quickly and cheaply?
AI to regulate AI?
Effective, inexpensive global relationship management tools?
A way for those excluded from globalization's gains to participate and benefit?
Could anyone trust anyone anywhere in the world?
Could everyone feel like they mattered when the rules are being made?
Could data be 100% secure?
Could everyone feel safe?
Could everyone enjoy a good standard of living and feel dignified and valued?
"Things that looks impossible"
Could we build robots that learn how to
navigate human laws and norms?
Do business with anyone in the world?
Even if robots are doing all the work?
"How might we think about this differently?"
"You have to start over"
The world wide web
Oppression
Diversity
Feedback
Risk-taking
Innovation
Markets
for legal services
for rules
competitive
well-regulated
1. Change the conversation
2. Don't leave it to lawyers
3. Change the rules
4. Catalyze and fund research
5. Invest in legal innovation
Knowledge
Research
Investment
CAPR
CAPR
CAPR
The future will need rules
How are we going to build them?
1.5 hours paid in 8 hour day for lawyers in small (1-12 lawyer) practice
Percentage of people with legal help
The 80% tax on legal help
$48 billion
4 billion people
70% DNR
80% Reduce
88% Quality
Private investors

Social impact investors

Governments
$6 billion
$6 million
Legal Infrastructure
Social order
Legal Infrastructure of the Democratic Nation State
Specialization and the division
of labor
gillianhadfield.com
@ghadfield (Twitter)

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