Maria Fiorentini

Maria is a passionate law student at Austral University in Buenos Aires, Argentina.

She is especially interested in exploring the intersection between law and technology, as she believes technological advancements have the potential to create a more transparent and fluid justice system.

Her main interest is in exploring the potential Blockchain has to improve the justice system.

Maria’s expertise also extends to tokenization and digital platforms liability, topics on which she has contributed through numerous papers published in esteemed publications such as Erreius and Lex Ratio.

In her commitment to creating a more just world, Maria is the founder of “Women in Law” (which is a community aimed to promote networking and learning among women involved in the field of law) and “SOS Ukrainian refugees”. She is also project manager at “Women in Crypto”.

In her free time, Maria loves boxing and reading historic books.

Professional History

SOS UKRAINIAN REFUGEES, Remote Mar. 2022 – Present
Our value proposition consists in creating a web-app where refugees can find all the necessary information for an effective use of their European protection through the implementation of legal design.

MUJERES EN CRYPTO, Buenos Aires, Argentina Sep. 2022-Present

Community Builder.

Organized and coordinated a marketing plan and content calendar to onboard and encourage women leaders on the Web 3 ecosystem.

SPORTS LAW, Buenos Aires, Argentina Summer 2023

Research Intern.

Researched and wrote about tokenization of football players’ contracts.



Law student.

Degree expected, September 2025


  • Women’s Law Club Founder

  • Assistant Professor on Civil Law

Volunteer work

LEX RATIO, Remote Sep. 2022 – Mar. 2023
Formulated different articles related to Legal Tech, among those: “Decentralized justice and its potential” and “Cracking NFTs and Intellectual Property”.

Honors and awards

ESSAY CONTEST, Universidad de Cuyo, Mendoza, Argentina Sep. 2022

Won a special mention on the student essay contest at “XXVIII Jornadas Nacionales de Derecho Civil”. My essay was about “E-commerce responsability”.


Reached the semifinals with “SOS Ukrainian Refugees”.