This bimonthly series is on a range of legal industry “buzz words”.
This event will provide an engaging, thought provoking look at “blockchain” from all angles including ethical, regulatory, risk management, crime, privacy and legal practice perspectives.
You will hear from a panel of experts including; legal blockchain experts, a regulator, a legal start-up founder utilising blockchain for access to justice, an academic, a forensic expert, a blockchain developer and advocate.
The panel will explore blockchain technology including its:
- Decentralised application and how this will change the legal profession
- Major legal issues
- Impact on financial crime and financial investigation
- Use in smart contracts
- Current examples of its use including in closing the access to justice gap and for self-identification.
There are limited places available, please register now to secure your spot.
- Date: 24 October 2018
- 5.00pm arrivals and registration
- 5.30pm Panel discussion
- 7.00pm - 7.30pm Networking
- CPD: 1.5 points
- Venue: Law Society of NSW, 170 Phillip Street, Sydney
Your panellists include:
Dr Anton Didenko, Research Fellow, UNSW Law
Lucas Cullen, Board Member, Software Developer, Blockchain Australia
Meg McKechnie, Director Foresnic & Technology Services, Clayton Utz
Jonathan Hatch,Solicitor and Senior Advisor, Innovation Hub ASIC
Michael Bacina, Partner, Cryptocurrencies and Blockchain, Piper Alderman
Stevie Ghiassi, Co-Founder, Legaler
Melissa Coade, Senior Journalist, Publications, The Law Society of NSW