What does it mean to be a non-lawyer in the legal industry? It means… well, it could mean a lot. There are process engineers, and project managers, and technologists, and business designers, and accountants, and a whole lot more.

It could even mean having a JD in a business role: “There’s a lot of overlap. Sometimes lawyers aren’t just lawyers; they’re engineers as well,” noted Brian Burlew, vice president of legal knowledge management at Prudential Financial.

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