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    10.08.18 Coding For Lawyers
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    October 8, 15, 22, 29
    6 to 8 p.m.

    Brooklyn Law School
    Mac Lab (Room C36) in the basement of the library
    250 Joralemon St.

    The Legal Hackers Brooklyn Law School chapter presents Coding for Lawyers.

    The series will break down into 4 sessions and will be led by Lloyd Carew-Reid, the Technology Educator at Brooklyn Law School.

    Note that no technical or programming background is required!

    Please see below for a description of each session:
    October 8: The Internet and HTML
    Learning Outcomes:
    How the Internet works, knowledge of IP addresses and networks, HTML language basics
    Build a simple website to display a resume page and IP law topic page of your choice!
    October 15: Intro to CSS
    Learning Outcomes:
    Apply simple stylistic changes using CSS to your resume and IP Law webpages.
    October 22: CSS - Filing in the Gaps
    Learning Outcomes:
    More advanced CSS including external style sheets, reset.css, and The Box Model.
    October 29: Optional Review Session and Wrap Up

    Valuable opportunity for consolidation, development, and review.

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