Hillary Allen

Hilary Allen, Associate Professor at AUWCL, whose research focuses on the impact of new financial technologies—including smart contracts and artificial intelligence--on the stability of our financial system, and on potential regulatory responses to those technologies.  Her research has appeared in the George Washington Law Review and the Harvard Business Law Review, among many other outlets. Professor Allen received Bachelor of Laws from the University of Sydney, Australia and Master of Laws in Securities and Financial Regulation Law from Georgetown University Law Center, graduating first in her class. In 2010, Prof. Allen worked with the Congressionally-appointed Financial Crisis Inquiry Commission, studying the causes of the 2007-08 financial crisis. 

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