Nelson Rosario to Co-Teach Blockchain and Cryptocurrency Course at Chicago-Kent College of Law

January 16, 2018
Chicago, IL

Nelson M. Rosario joins Chicago-Kent College of Law, Illinois Institute of Technology as an adjunct professor for the Spring 2018 semester. Mr. Rosario will co-teach the course “Blockchain and the Law” with Professor Daniel Martin Katz, Director of the Law Lab at Chicago-Kent College of Law, Illinois Institute of Technology. The course is designed to introduce law students to the emerging social, economic, and legal issues associated with blockchain and crypto-enabled technologies.

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Mr. Rosario focuses on preparing and prosecuting patent applications for companies in the electrical and computer technologies industry. His background and experience provide extensive knowledge in a wide range of areas including blockchain applications, cryptocurrencies, computer networking, mapping and navigation, mobile applications, financial platforms, and emerging technologies.