Without legal elasticity, will digital coding of the financial hierarchy lead to financial self-destruction?

In the sixth panel of presenters for the Finance, Geography and Sustainability Workshops, Katharina Pistor, Professor of Law at Columbia Law School and Justin Steil, Assistant Professor of Law and Urban Planning at MIT discuss the legal structures which support our financial markets, as well as the inherent paradox between legal and financial constructions. They continue by examining the changes and interplay between these systems with the shift towards digitization of both finance and law.

If you missed the Workshops, this video is now available via the DUSP YouTube Channel here.