There’s a good chance that if you mentioned the word “hackathon” to someone in the legal profession two years ago, they might not know what that word meant and all that it would soon encompass for Big Law.

But since the veritable success of the 2016 Women in Law Hackathon that produced the widely implemented Mansfield Rule, the Diversity Lab, an organization dedicated to closing the gender and diversity gap in the legal profession, is poised to announce this week that it will be holding two new hackathon sessions in 2018.

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