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LONDON – MARCH 8, 2023
10 AM – 5:30 PM
Brian is a Dual Qualified Advocate, Barrister of England and Wales (N.P) and Attorney-at-Law at the Bar of Trinidad and Tobago (L.E.C). He regularly advises and speaks internationally on anti-money laundering and wash trading, crypto asset recovery, and financial and regulatory compliance of crypto asset businesses in jurisdictions monitored by the Financial Action Task Force (FATF). Brian is currently undertaking a PhD in law at the University of Nottingham, conducting research on the application of Distributed Ledger Technology (DLTs) and smart contracts in enhancing trust and data integrity in public procurement.
Brian has published research and commentary on the regulation of digital assets, Decentralised Autonomous Organisations (‘DAOs’) and Decentralised Finance (‘DeFi’). Brian’s academic research concerns the application of Distributed Ledger Technology (DLTs) and smart contracts in enhancing trust and data integrity in public procurement. Brian’s co-authored work (Mondoh, Adami-Johnson, Green and Georgopoulos, 2022) has been listed on SSRN’s Top Ten download list in various research networks and has been featured on Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) Computational Law Report Idea Forum on Composable Governance in the contexts of legal tech, business automation, and Web3.