Raadyx, an interactive repository for the creation and maintenance of standardized cryptographically enabled digital contracts, is currently recruiting legal interns for the Summer 2018 session.
Raadyx is seeking upper-year law students from all over the world to come work with us at Raadyx HQ in Panama. The interns will be researching and creating new international law based on cryptographically secured transactions and governance.
Raadyx interns will receive airfare, lodging, meals, and a $500 per week stipend. Raadyx interns can also look forward to working with some of the brightest and best innovative minds in the cryptographic space, and be on the cutting edge of law and technology. The nine-week program will include drafting international contracts, mentoring, hands-on learning including moot court sessions, and more.
The interns will be working with us in beautiful Panama. Known as the crossroads of the Americas, Panama is a vibrant, diverse, and cosmopolitan country with beaches, mountains, rivers and a diverse ecology. Interns will enjoy several group outings exploring the wonder and beauty of this historic region.
“This is all new. We are merging law and technology in a way that just hasn’t been done before, and that makes for exciting times and opportunities.”
We are seeking a diverse class from all over the world, and especially encourage members of under-represented groups to apply. To apply for this internship, please visit the website here.
Based in Panama City, Panama, Raadyx is an interactive repository for the creation and maintenance of standardized cryptographically enabled digital contracts. Through the collection and creation of international legal standards in private contract, Raadyx is establishing a global common law of peer-to-peer interaction and resolution by merging law and technology under one easy and usable platform.
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