Regulation of Cryptocurrency

Regulating the Digital Economy: Second Annual Business and Finance Law Conference

Monday, February 22, 2021
12:30 PM-1:30 PM EST

Join the Business and Finance Law Program and the student-led Business and Finance Law Conference Committee, with co-sponsors the Tax Law Society, Antitrust Law Association, Banking and Securities Law Society, and Corporate and Business Law Society, as they host the second annual conference, Regulating the Digital Economy.

The conference will explore the current and future changes that are affecting the digital economy. The world is changing and advancing at an unprecedented rate and as a result, the field of business and finance law is constantly evolving. The conference will specifically focus on developments in cryptocurrency, digital platforms, digital taxation and the rise of new investment strategies.

Webinar Details

For more information on this webinar, visit the George Washington University School of Law event page.

Other Speaker(s)

Preston Byrne, Partner, Anderson Kill

Joshua A. Klayman, Senior Counsel, Linklaters

Aaron Friedman, JD ’16, Senior Associate, WilmerHale

Co-moderated by:
Adam Manning, Class of 2022, Vice President, Corporate and Business Law Society

Joseph D'Arco, Class of 2023