Zunic Law Firm has joined the Global Legal Blockchain Consortium (GLBC), as one of the first law firms from Southeast Europe.
Being renowned as early adopters of technology in the traditionally conservative legal industry, Zunic Law is the only law firm in the region that puts emphasis on IT law at the core of our legal practice.
“We are honored to become a part of the GLBC, the first global community fully devoted to harnessing the benefits of the blockchain technology in the legal area, and thrilled to brainstorm future ideas with the rest of its distinguished members”, said Nemanja Žunić, Partner at Zunic Law and head of the Blockchain & ICO department within the Firm.
“Having been involved in several ICO advisory boards, and having provided the legal infrastructure for companies trading in cryptocurrencies, the team at Zunic Law looks forward to exchanging the acquired know-how with the GLBC community and upgrading our knowledge around blockchain and its implementation in the legal industry”.
David Fisher, Director and Founder of the Global Legal Blockchain Consortium added: “I continue to be amazed and thrilled about the global interest in how blockchain will impact the business of law. We have more and more international representation on the GLBC every day, which is outstanding. We welcome Zunic Law Firm to the consortium and look forward to their participation”.
The Global Legal Blockchain Consortium recently surpassed the number of 125 members, including large companies, law firms, software companies, and universities that have joined together to develop standards to govern the use of blockchain technology in the business of law. Specifically, the consortium focuses on a range of matters aimed to enhance the security, privacy, productivity, and interoperability of the legal technology ecosystem. For more information on GLBC, visit the website.