Consider that “Coding for Dummies” book to be a long-term investment.

The demand for lawyers with honest-to-goodness fingers to the keyboard coding experience hasn’t fully taken off just yet. Legal minds that come with a handy technology attachment might have better luck finding jobs in an advisory or liaison capacity that touches on many of the practical issues facing today’s businesses, everything from compliance issues to incident response plans following a breach.

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