Code Week

It’s code week!

Lawyers might think that they don’t need to learn to code, and to the extent that means they need to be master programmers, that’s certainly true, but as LawLytics point out, that doesn’t mean some coding isn’t useful.

Especially when it comes to HTML (the language used for web-pages and the like) – knowing a little code is a major time and money saver: think of it as analogous to knowing some basic plumbing and construction skills: it’s alot easier to spend a few minutes or so swapping out an outlet or fixing some borked code then pay someone else to do it on their schedule, especially early in a firm.

Best of all, the knowledge you gain stays with you and allows you to better evaluate vendors later on.

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