With technology playing a significantly larger role within law firms, so are the professionals who understand it. Firms are under pressure to upgrade their technology to compete in a global marketplace, and clients are demanding that their lawyers communicate more effectively.

To meet this demand, firms need to attract high-quality technology professionals who possess both technical skills and people skills. The problem is that law firms are not alone in their hunt for technology workers — the competition for these professionals is fierce. And law firms have some special handicaps to overcome in their search.

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