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Re: cryptography eliminates lawyers?
Cort Starrett wrote,
>Put bluntly, will cryptography put lawyers out of business?
Even in a cryptoanarchy I would want to treat customers kindly and I would
want to make sure that in any agreement that both parties are clear as to
when we are complying or not. A lawyer might help in complex cases.
Especially if UCC is referenced.
And in some kinds of escrow a "judge" might be invoked if there is a
despute. The judge might be a lawyer or might bring in a lawyer as an
The nature of the work of a lawyer in a crytoanarchy might be very
different. Lawyers might even become highly respected and liked!
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