Posted on Thursday October 24, 2019
Delegates at this year’s Saudi Law Conference will get a chance to hear from one of the UK’s top up and coming solicitors in the area of cryptoassets and blockchain.
Featured in several influential publications in the last year, Thomas Hulme is quickly gaining global recognition for his knowledge of this fast-evolving sector.
He will be speaking to hundreds of guests at this year’s Saudi Law Conference, which is due to take place from 3 – 5 November at the King Faisal Conventions Centre in Riyadh.
During his presentation, Thomas from international law firm Mackrell. Turner Garrett will be talking about “Government use of Blockchain in documentation”, including the growing use of Smart Contracts.
Talking about his upcoming appearance at the Saudi Law Conference, Thomas said: “I am looking forward to taking part in this year’s Saudi Law Conference, as there is a growing interest in cryptoassets and blockchain around the world, including the Middle East.
“I hope I can share my expertise in this area with delegates as businesses navigate this new area of commerce.
The three-day Saudi Law Conference will feature speakers and experts from around the world who will cover a wide range of topics. It is run under the patronage of the Minister of Trade and Investment, Majid bin Abdullah Al Qasabi.
Nigel Rowley, Managing Partner at Mackrell. Turner Garrett, said: “We have done a lot of work in the region before and I am delighted that Thomas has been selected as a speaker at this important and influential conference.”
To find out more about the Saudi Law Conference, please visit www.saudilawconf.com