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Spring 2023 Symposium

The National Security Law Journal held its spring symposium, on the topic of digital currency, on March 3, 2023, from 12:00 – 6:00 P.M. on George Mason University’s Arlington campus. The event was co-hosted with the Journal of Law, Economics and Policy.  Thank you to everyone who helped make the event the success it was.

  • To view a recording of the symposium, visit this link.

  • 12:00: Lunch catered by Mission Barbeque

  • 12:30: Introductory speech by Alexandra Gaiser

  • 1:30: Panel 1: Economic and Privacy Impacts of Digital Currency

  • With Laura Fraedrich, Andrew D. Kasnevich, and Professor J.W. Verret

  • 3:00: Panel 2: Digital Currency’s Impact on Cyber Corporate Governance

  • With Chris Castaldo, Courtney Fisher, and Bryan Mulcahey

  • 4:30: Reception in the Scalia Law atrium



Featured Speakers

    • Chris Castaldo
        • Chief Information Security Officer, Crossbeam; Fellow, National Security Institute

    • Courtney Fisher
        • Associate Attorney, U.S. Court of International Trade

    • Laura Fraedrich
        • Senior Counsel, Lowenstein Sandler LLP

    • Alexandra Harrison Gaiser
        • Director of Regulatory Affairs, River Financial

    • Andrew D. Kasnevich
        • Counsel, Hunton Andrews Kurth

    • Bryan L. Mulcahey
        • Partner, FS Vector

    • Professor J.W. Verret
        • Associate Professor of Law, GMU Scalia Law