FinTech Legal Workshop

Fintech Legal

FinTech Legal is an intensive half-day executive education workshop designed to help participants understand how banking and finance laws apply to financial innovation.

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FinTech Legal is a half-day workshop designed to provide FinTech entrepreneurs, investors, attorneys, and other professionals with a general introduction to the unique and sometimes counter-intuitive ways that finance innovation is regulated in the United States. The program will examine the specific regulatory frameworks that apply to core banking and finance activities most relevant to financial technologies, including payments, lending and consumer protection issues. It will also focus on compliance-related issues facing disruptive and innovative technologies, such as Blockchain and Cryptocurrency, and conclude with a fireside chat examining one path to building a career in FinTech.

Note: Participants who register for Fundamentals of Banking Law get free access to the Berkeley Law Fintech Legal Workshop.

Course Instructors

Past instructors have included:

Vince Cogan, General Counsel, Brex

Josh Garcia, Partner at Blakemore Fallon PLLC, Adjunct Professor at University of Michigan Law School

Marina Gracias, General Counsel, Varo Money

Jeremy R. Newell, Partner at Covington & Burling LLP; formerly Managing Director and General Counsel, The Clearing House

Program Details

When & Where

2020 date to be announced.

Tuition

Tuition rates to be announced.

Admission

We accept registrations on a rolling basis and space is limited, so we encourage you to register early.

MCLE

This program will be approved for MCLE credit in the State of California. The grant of MCLE credit is within the purview of State Bar Associations and we will provide a certificate of attendance and other materials to use in seeking continuing legal education credits for jurisdictions outside of California.

For disability accommodation requests and information, please contact Lily Yang at lily_yang@law.berkeley.edu. Please attempt to make your service request with as much advance notice as possible.

Interested in this program? Sign up to be notified when registration opens.

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