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Introduction to Blockchain and Cryptocurrency for Lawyers

This dynamic learning experience provides the foundational knowledge needed to understand the evolution of blockchain technologies and what you can expect as they continue to impact the practice of law, including attorneys’ fees, proving asset ownership, smart contracts, decentralized autonomous organizations, the Illinois Blockchain Technology Act, and more.
Credits: 0 General, 0 Diversity/Inclusion PR, 0 MH/SA PR, 1 Other PR
SKU: INT2201-R
$50.00 or 1.00 credits
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Cryptocurrencies, smart contracts, decentralized autonomous organizations, and more are increasingly becoming part of daily life. Because blockchain technology introduces new methods of verifying sources of information and conducting business, Jonathan Nessler of Frederick W. Nessler and Associates argues that this technology has the potential to dramatically impact the practice of law. Get up to speed on the Illinois Blockchain Technology Act, opportunities and risks associated with blockchains and cryptocurrencies, tracing digital assets, proving ownership, and more. With over an hour of audio-visual content presented in topical segments, this dynamic learning experience provides essential background information to understand the evolution of these technologies and what we can expect as they continue to impact the practice of law.

FacultyJonathan T. Nessler, Frederick W. Nessler & Associates

Expires:

11/30/24

Cryptocurrencies, smart contracts, decentralized autonomous organizations, and more are increasingly becoming part of daily life. Because blockchain technology introduces new methods of verifying sources of information and conducting business, Jonathan Nessler of Frederick W. Nessler and Associates argues that this technology has the potential to dramatically impact the practice of law. Get up to speed on the Illinois Blockchain Technology Act, opportunities and risks associated with blockchains and cryptocurrencies, tracing digital assets, proving ownership, and more. With over an hour of audio-visual content presented in topical segments, this dynamic learning experience provides essential background information to understand the evolution of these technologies and what we can expect as they continue to impact the practice of law.

FacultyJonathan T. Nessler, Frederick W. Nessler & Associates

Expires:

11/30/24

Products specifications
Program Date4/18/2023
Media TypeOnline On-Demand
CategoryEthics & Professional Responsibility
CategoryPractice Management & Technology
CategoryBanking & Finance
Products specifications
Program Date4/18/2023
Media TypeOnline On-Demand
CategoryEthics & Professional Responsibility
CategoryPractice Management & Technology
CategoryBanking & Finance
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