Associate Clinical Professor
Cardozo Law School
Aaron Wright is an Associate Clinical Professor of Law at Cardozo Law School, where he directs the Cardozo Blockchain Project and other technology programs. Professor Wright’s work focuses on smart contracts and the regulation of blockchain-based systems. His first book, Blockchain and the Law: The Rule of Code (Harvard University Press, with Primavera De Filippi) was published in 2018.
Professor Wright is also the co-founder of OpenLaw, a blockchain-based legal protocol, and serves as chair of the Enterprise Ethereum Alliance, Legal Advisory Working Group. Prior to joining Cardozo’s faculty, he co-founded and sold a company to Wikia, Inc., the for-profit sister project to Wikipedia.