Entry from Fabianinkatu 33

Dean Professor Kimmo Nuotio, Faculty of Law, University of Helsinki

Dr Gavin Wood

Dr Gavin Wood is one of Ethereum's co-founders, the blockchain-based platform for smart contracts. Currently, he is the CTO of Parity Technologies, the blockchain company that has created the world’s fastest and lightest client in order to facilitate interaction with the Ethereum network. Dr Wood has given talks and keynotes to various audiences both in tech conferences and law schools and has coined the term ‘allegality’, which refers to systems or devices outside all legal systems.

 

Alexandra Shtromberg (University of Helsinki)

Iiris Kestilä (University of Lapland)

Kristina Svinhufvud (University of Helsinki)

Moderators: Olli Pitkänen (IPR University Center) and Marta Maroni (University of Helsinki)

Hannele Korhonen (Contract Mill)

Kirsi Larkiala (Global Top 100 Fintech Influencer)

Marko Loisa (Ministry of Justice)

Markus Oksanen (DLA Piper)

Suvi Uski (University of Helsinki, Someturva)

moderator Hanna-Mari Manninen (Dittmar & Indrenius)

Professor Juha Karhu (University of Lapland)

LL.D. Susanna Lindroos-Hovinheimo (University of Helsinki)

Under-Secretary of State Tuomas Pöysti (Ministry of Social Affairs and Health)

Anna Ronkainen (TrademarkNow)

Professor Gemma Galdon Clawell

Dr. Gemma Galdon Clavell is a policy analyst working on surveillance, the social, legal and ethical impact of technology, smart cities, privacy, security policy, resilience and policing. She has founded Eticas Research & Consulting and through this work examines the interaction between changing social values, engineering possibilities and fundamental rights. Dr Galdon Clavell is also a finalist for the EU Prize of Women Innovators 2017.

Director, LL.D. Riikka Koulu (Legal Tech Lab, University of Helsinki)

Music by DJ Ruoto

 

 

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