PAG Law's Sami Ahmed is teaching at the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania
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MIAMI - Floridant -- "PAG Law's Sami Ahmed is making a significant impact on the academic community as he returns to his alma mater, the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania, as an Adjunct Lecturer. Sami, an accomplished legal professional and a graduate of both Yale Law School and the University of Pennsylvania, will be teaching a course titled "Blockchain and Cryptocurrencies: Business, Legal, and Regulatory Considerations" for the 2023 spring semester.

The course curriculum covers a wide range of topics within blockchain, including VC investing, regulatory & legal activity, and deep dives on stablecoins, NFTs, DeFi, and zk-SNARKs. The class has also featured impressive guest speakers including a former CFTC Chairman & Commissioner, General Partners from Lightspeed Venture Partners, and the head of Web3 at Google. Sami's expertise in digital assets, cryptocurrencies, and artificial intelligence will undoubtedly provide students with a unique and valuable perspective on these cutting-edge technologies.

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Sami commented on his return to the Wharton School, saying, "I am thrilled to have the opportunity to teach at my alma mater and share my insights into the exciting world of blockchain and cryptocurrencies with the students. It is an honor to be a part of such a prestigious institution, and I am looking forward to seeing the great projects my students build in the space."

"At PAG, we are proud of Sami's commitment to training the next generation of professionals.  Giving back to our communities is part of PAG's DNA " noted Juan Pablo Cappello, a founding partner of PAG Law.

Sami has been an active participant in the blockchain and cryptocurrency space for over a decade and is the author of one of the earliest law journal publications in the field. His extensive experience in the field makes him an ideal candidate to teach the course and share his knowledge with the next generation of business leaders.

Licelotte Minaya

Source: PAG Law PLLC
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