Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadWhy should seastead law operate better than land-based law? What is the nature of consent? What’s the difference between a Special Economic Zone and a SeaZone? How can legal systems be open-source like Linux? What are some concrete examples of cities that created prosperity by providing platforms for legal startups?
One of our most staunch seastead legal innovators, author and lawyer Tom W. Bell, explains why he believes the future of legal innovation is in free cities and seasteads. Tom is so dedicated to this possibility, he’s been busy drafting the foundational legal code for our Floating City Project and for seastead aquapreneurs.
Will Tom W. Bell be remembered among legal theorists as the John Adams of the Blue Frontier?
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