Associate, Los Angeles
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Chanté Eliaszadeh is an associate in White & Case's global Financial Services Regulatory and Fintech practices, based in Los Angeles. She has a wide ranging client base in the blockchain industry, spanning multiple chains and use cases.
Before entering private practice, Chanté worked for the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission where she helped guide the Commission in developing its crypto regulatory and enforcement approaches. During law school, Chanté started the world's first and largest blockchain law club, Blockchain at Berkeley Law, which published legal research; educated lawyers, judges, and lawmakers on blockchain technology and law; and spearheaded several philanthropic endeavors.
Bars and Courts
California State Bar
University of California, Berkeley, School of Law
Bachelor of Arts
University of California, Berkeley