A Conversation with Lory Kehoe of ConsenSys about Blockchain
General Counsel Summit
Next Thursday, 1 November | 4.00 PM to 7.30 PM |
Venue: Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer
FREE ADMISSION | RSVP: email@example.com
Sponsor: Invest NI
Profile: Lory Kehoe
He has over 11 years cross-industry consulting experience. Prior to ConsenSys he was a director with Deloitte and founded and ran Deloitte’s EMEA blockchain lab based out of Dublin. He also spent 5 years with Accenture.
Lory is a Qualified Financial Adviser, registered stockbroker and is currently (and has been for the past 10+ years) an adjunct assistant professor in Strategic Management and Information Systems with the Department of Computer Science in Trinity College Dublin.
ConsenSys is a blockchain venture production studio. Our global team is building an ecosystem of consumer-centric products and enterprise solutions using blockchain technologies, primarily Ethereum.
ConsenSys employs more than 700 people globally. It is has offices in cities around the world including New York, San Francisco, London, Dublin, Paris and Dubai.
About our Sponsor: Invest NI
Northern Ireland provides leading responsive, innovative solutions in an ever-changing legal services landscape. The region’s compelling combination of highly qualified legal talent with a competitive cost base delivers quality-assured, cost-effective legal services for exacting international clients.
In-house legal departments of major companies including Citi and Coca-Cola operate internationally from hubs in the region, alongside recognised legal innovators such as Herbert Smith Freehills, Allen & Overy, Axiom and Baker McKenzie. These firms have established, scaled and expanded substantial globally-integrated legal and business services teams in Northern Ireland.
Northern Ireland’s world-class ICT talent base, top universities, acclaimed research capabilities and attractive operating costs have made the region the number one international destination for fintech and cybersecurity investment and an emerging hub for legal technology.
Invest Northern Ireland, the region’s economic development agency, works in an ongoing partnership with investors offering business advice and financial assistance in order to develop and expand the business and to improve capability and international competitiveness. Visit InvestNI.com to find out more.
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