In order to push the development of the field of decentralized justice, we decided to create a 3 to 6 months fellowship program where participants can spend their time working on the topic of their interest regarding decentralized justice.
During this time they obtain personalized mentorship by the team members.
Their research is broadcasted in all our social media...
And they obtain the recognition of being pioneers in the field of decentralized justice
The program has 4 main tracks...
The first track is Decentralized applications...
Which involve activities such as writing code, participating in reviews and developing tests...
This is the track for you if you want to work on improving the quality and security of Kleros code.
The second track is in cryptoeconomics...
Which involves activities with the goal of making Kleros more robust, efficient and resistant to attacks.
This is mostly about developing better voting mechanisms and better incentives for agents.
The third track is about business...
The goal is to develop more use cases and foster adoption.
This involves doing research on business models and use cases for decentralized justice...
And the fourth track is about law and society...
With the goal of fostering research on the interactions between Kleros and legal, regulatory and governance systems.
So if you want to research some aspects of these interfaces, this is the track for you.
So let's meet some of our fellows now.
Dmitry Narozhny is a corporate lawyer from Russia who conducted research on Kleros compliance with traditional arbitration norms.
Abeer is a lawyer from India educated in Queen's Mary who researched the use of Kleros for arbitration on long term energy contracts.
Mauricio Duarte is a lawyer from Guatemala who conducted research on the use of Kleros for dispute resolution in microgrid networks.
Elliot Talbert Goldstein is from the US and did research on the use of Kleros in traceability for supply chains.
Julieta is a lawyer from Argentina who researched the use of Kleros in family courts.
Sahele and Flavio are two lawyers from Sao Paulo who are building a company based on Kleros for dispute resolution in construction contracts.
And this is this rest of our Fellows.
And this is the rest of our fellows...
The next one could be YOU!
We are opening the application process for the Kleros Fellowship of Justice
Apply to any of the 4 tracks from this form.
Kleros Fellowship of Justice - Third Batch
Kleros Fellowship of
Federico Ast - @federicoast