Law of Code

Learn about Blockchain laws

The regulations, case law, and best practices surrounding blockchains, crypto, and NFTs

Many of today’s crypto companies, NFT holders, and meme stock geniuses are swimming in murky water. Canadian regulators (and Courts) have been playing catch up since Satoshi Nakamoto published the Bitcoin white paper in 2008.

Code of Law focuses on the legal framework being built around blockchains. We’ll learn about crypto regulations, IP and other rights surrounding NFTs, and the broad legislation impacting blockchain.

You’ll hear from the top lawyers, lawmakers, academics, and entrepreneurs in the space – we’ll touch on best practices countries are implementing, new regulations, and share ideas on the best path forward.

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#23 – Addison Cameron-Huff: Attracting impressive clients, saying no, and everything you should know about building a law firm of one. Law of Code

Addison Cameron-Huff (@aCameronhuff) has been practicing in the blockchain space since 2014. Addison has managed a blockchain wallet company, built dev teams, provided legal advice to founders of Ethereum, taught at the University of Toronto Faculty of Law, and was one of the first Canadian lawyers to work in blockchain. Show highlights: [3:15] – Why he received a call from a co-founder of Ethereum in 2014 [4:42] – Starting a crypto-law firm: What the first few months looked like [7:35] – Building momentum for your legal practice (including what not to do) and the importance of writing long-form articles [10:55] – Imposter syndrome in the legal industry [13:12] – When/How to say “I don’t know” when given a request you are unsure how to address [16:45] – How to stay abreast of fast-moving crypto developments (as well as the slower-moving legal side) [17:55] – The importance of understanding clients as you build your understanding of the law [18:44] – Why Addison chose to start his own firm instead of joining BigLaw [22:00] – The benefits of not scaling your law firm [25:45] – What early entrepreneurial experiences can offer as life lessons [31:00] – How Addison’s legal practice changed since 2014 [36:30] – The benefits of staying in the legal profession [39:00] – The first stablecoin in Canada [44:30] – The process associated with novel legal work (Canadian stablecoin) [48:30] – Twitter and American Law (from a Canadian’s perspective) [54:00] – DAOs over the next five years Thanks for listening!
  1. #23 – Addison Cameron-Huff: Attracting impressive clients, saying no, and everything you should know about building a law firm of one.
  2. #22 – Jacob Martin: Becoming @theNFTattorney, buying a crypto punk and building a crypto-focused firm after law school.
  3. #21 – Michael Bacina: Australia's approach to crypto, playing offence in your career and how America's crypto policies impact the globe.
  4. #20 – Ari Redbord & Drew Morris: TRM Labs, VASPs, FATF and government vs private practice.
  5. #19 – Becoming a Crypto Lawyer: How to capitalize on your crypto-law interest, with Jake Chervinsky, Rebecca Rettig and Sarah Shtylman

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Blockchains are digital ledgers duplicated and distributed across an entire network of computer systems on a blockchain

Cryptocurrencies are peer-to-peer digital payment systems enabling money-transfers without trusted intermediaries

Non-Fungible Tokens represent a unit of data stored on a digital ledger, certifying a digital asset to be unique and not interchangeable