I'm a co-founder and partner at L4 ventures, a fund and incubator focused on blockchain tech. We're mainly focused on infrastructure and essential services for ethereum applications.
Previously, I was a partner at Ledger Labs, where I was a client-facing blockchain technology consultant. My general role was to be the interface between a clients' business needs and the technical solutions we develop or implement.
One of my core interests is the intersection of law & blockchain technology. My blog collects my writing & research in this area. Beginning mid-2016, this grew into a core component of my consulting work, particularly for clients in law & financial services.
More recently, I've broadened my research and writing focus. In particular, I'm very interested in the interdisciplinary work being done in blockchain technology, often referred to as "cryptoeconomics".
Prior to my transition into full-time blockchain work in early 2015, I worked at a large full-service law firm in downtown Toronto. I am a graduate of U of T Law (J.D., 2013), and McGill University (B.A. Honours, 2009). In a past life I travelled the world arguing with people, winning both Canadian national debate championships in 2011-2012, and the Oxford IV in 2012.