Absolute protection of blockchain tokens

We are delighted to kick off the year 2024 with a promising lecture by Dr. Anjuli von Hülst.

Ms. von Hülst will be a guest speaker on Monday, 08.01.2024 at 14:15 on the topic of “Absolute protection of blockchain tokens” and will present her dissertation published by Mohr Siebeck. In her work, Ms. von Hülst examines how the concept of “corporeality” can be interpreted in the digital age in order to establish ownership and possession of blockchain tokens. The author draws on findings from Italian civil law, which make it clear that the legal system can be modernized in a targeted manner through the contemporary interpretation of legal concepts.

Anjuli von Hülst studied law in Göttingen and Geneva and successfully passed her first bar exam in 2020. She then completed her doctorate at the Philipps University of Marburg under the supervision of Prof. Dr. Sebastian Omlor before beginning her legal clerkship at the Higher Regional Court of Frankfurt am Main in May 2023.

The lecture will take place via Zoom; the dial-in details will be announced on the homepage in good time.