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Blockchain at UCLA is one of the largest blockchain student communities in the country, and draws upon faculty and students in law, business, and engineering to create comprehensive programming that educates and engages the Los Angeles community on blockchain technology. The organization focuses on research and academics in the blockchain space and produced the sold-out Cyber Days conference in Spring 2018, which made headlines in business and technology media. Blockchain at UCLA holds weekly events for students, which have previously included a Joe Lubin (founder of ConsenSys and co-founder of Ethereum) interview, industry tech talks, and both non-technical & technical educational series. The group is working on a formal curriculum for blockchain programming at UCLA Engineering and is collaborating in a stealth partnership with a large international organization on research examining the legal implications of blockchain use in the criminal justice system.  Learn more:

BakerHostetler is a leading national law firm with a highly respected practice in blockchain technology and digital currencies, assisting clients around the world in establishing successful blockchain-enabled solutions and integrating this technology into existing and prospective products and services. The firm is a founding steward of the Sovrin Network, the only global identity infrastructure that supports self-sovereign identity using a purpose-built distributed ledger at its core. BakerHostetler also is an active member of the Enterprise Ethereum Alliance Legal Working Group and the Accord project, both of which exist to develop standards and protocols to facilitate the legally defensible adoption of blockchain related technologies such as smart contracts. Learn more:

EY is a global leader in assurance, tax, transaction, and advisory services. The firm’s globally connected teams and innovation hubs are focused on understanding the disruptive forces changing our world. EY is applying a “suits+jeans” (business professional + start-up thinking) approach to today’s business challenges, channeling emerging technologies to create powerful ideas for change for our clients, employees, and the way we work.  Learn more:


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