Linn is the Nordic leader of EY’s group for decentralized finance (DeFi). She works at the crossroads between traditional business law issues and how technology can streamline processes at banks and commercial actors. Linn is concerned with how the development of new “tokenified” financial instruments falls under current regulations - both in Norway and Europe, in addition to how the use of technology can improve compliance functions, such as anti-money laundering. With his academic background, Linn has been part of the leading legal research community in sustainable business and finance. Several of her articles have been published nationally and internationally, including the monograph ‘Corporate Groups and Shadow Business Practices’ which will be published by Cambridge University Press in 2021. Linn has a master’s degree in law from 2009, with specialization in international business law contracts and company law. She teaches at the Faculty of Law in Oslo on selected corporate law issues, and at the University of Luxembourg on group responses across national borders and the use of technology in transfer pricing cases.