Friday, January 27, 2023 - 12:00pm to 2:30pm
FL219 Donegan Conference Centre: John Willis Classroom

Case Simulation: The Policy and Regulation of Cryptocurrency
Presented by: Future of Law Lab and the Business Law Society

Friday, January 27th from 12:00pm-2:30pm in FL219


Join the Future of Law Lab and the Business Law Society on Friday, January 27th for an exciting, unique, and low-stakes look at how innovation is having a significant impact on global decision-making and business law. No previous knowledge of crypto or government is required, as we'll teach you everything you need to know as you go. This is a group-based learning session, and a great opportunity to work collaboratively with your fellow students in a way that mirrors how work is done in the profession.

This cryptocurrency case simulation will provide you with the opportunity to take on the role of legal advisors to the president of a sovereign nation, as they contemplate the transition to a unique Central Bank Digital Currency. Modelled on a business case written by one of the University of Toronto's first-year students, Zac Cole, this simulation will ask you to examine the legal, government, monetary policy, and business ramifications if a country took up cryptocurrency as its official currency.

Lunch will be provided during the session. Due to the nature of the session, spots will be limited.



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