Alexandra Levin Kramer is a partner at CKR Law LLP, and the Founding Chair of its Blockchain Technology & Digital Currency practice group where she advises U.S. and foreign clients who are startups, cryptofunds, investors, advisors and more. She also serves as the Chief Diversity Officer for the Wall Street Blockchain Alliance, is the founder of a Womin.io, a blockchain marketplace for female freelancers and was the President of the International Blockchain Real Estate Association. Alexandra started her career practicing U.S. corporate & securities law in London at magic circle firm Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer and later at White & Case in London and New York. Eventually she focused on real estate transactions at Katten Muchin Rosenman in New York. She later co-founded an alternative real estate investment fund, which she managed for five years before returning to practice blockchain law. Prior to attending law school, Alexandra worked in Jerusalem in the offices of Member of Parliament Dr. Yuri Shtern and the Yisrael B'Aliya Parliamentary Party. She is a graduate of New York University (MS, Real Estate, 2011), University of Pennsylvania Law School (JD, 2001) and Barnard College of Columbia University (BA, 1994).
CKR Law LLP is a global firm of experienced lawyers with diverse international practices. It has over 50 locations and 300 attorneys. CKR Law’s Blockchain Technology & Digital Currency practice group includes over 40 attorneys world-wide and provides clients with sophisticated and knowledgeable legal advice in underlying legal specialties such as securities, real estate, intellectual property, banking, finance, corporate, investment funds, employment and litigation. For more information on the CKR Law Blockchain Technology and Digital Currency practice group please visit www.ckrlaw.com or email questions to [email protected]
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