Continuing Education Committee Presents Proof of Provenance: Why Law Librarians Should Care About Blockchain

Proof of Provenance: Why Law Librarians Should Care About Blockchain

Description: This talk will provide a high-level introduction to basic blockchain concepts and attempts thus far to utilize the tech stack to change the way digital provenance is handled.

Presenter: Nelson M. Rosario is a tech lawyer whose commentary and analysis has been featured in the New York Times, TechCrunch, CoinDesk, Law360 and other publications. Mr. Rosario is licensed to practice in the State of Illinois and before the United States Patent & Trademark Office. Mr. Rosario is focused on working with clients dealing with emerging technologies that are changing the way we think about privacy, property, and power. Mr. Rosario holds a JD from Illinoi Tech, Chicago-Kent College of Law, a BS in Computer Science from Florida State University, and a BA in History and Political Science from the University of Minnesota.

When: Tuesday, April 5th, 2:30 to 3:30 p.m.

Where:  At your desk via Zoom. Registrants will receive webinar details prior to the program.

Register here.

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