Blockchain and the Law Symposium

Date(s) - 02/22/2019
8:00 am - 3:00 pm

George Watts Hill Alumni Center, University of North Carolina

On February 22, the Center will co-sponsor the North Carolina Journal of Law & Technology‘s symposium entitled “Blockchain and the Law.”  This is a great opportunity to hear from scholars and practitioners about how blockchain is affecting many different areas of the law including smart contracts, tax, banking, securities, and client interactions.

The keynote speaker will be Marjorie Peerce, partner at Ballard Spahr LLP.  Panelists include:

  • Lissa Broome, Burton Craige Distinguished Professor and Director of the Center for Banking and Finance, UNC School of Law
  • John Enright, Assistant Director of the Cyber Unit, SEC
  • Deborah Gerhardt, Associate Professor of Law, UNC School of Law
  • Deborah Ginsberg, Educational Technology Librarian, Chicago-Kent College of Law Library
  • Thomas Hazen, Cary C. Boshamer Distinguished Professor of Law, UNC School of Law
  • Anne Klinefelter, Associate Professor of Law and Director of the Law Library, UNC School of Law
  • Omri Marian, Professor of Law, U.C. Irvine School of Law
  • David Thaw, Assistant Professor of Law and Information Sciences, Pitt Law
  • Jeff Ward, Associate Dean for Technology & Innovation and Director, Duke Center on Law & Technology

The symposium will be held at the UNC Alumni Center (Carolina Club).  For directions to the Carolina Club and information on where to park, go here.

For more details and/or to register, visit the symposium website.

Tagged: Blockchain, NC JOLT, Symposia
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