After pursuing two successful careers in the fields of nuclear physics and information technology, Jack Hobaugh took on a new challenge — attending law school and beginning his practice as a patent prosecution and litigation attorney. Mr. Hobaugh went on to open a solo law firm in Broomfield, Colorado, with a focus on cybersecurity and cybersecurity law. In addition to running his practice, Mr. Hobaugh is a part-time instructor for the Front Range Community College in Colorado, where he has taught criminal justice and Python programming language courses in area high schools as part of the College Now program. Prior to becoming an attorney, Mr. Hobaugh worked and lived for 13 years overseas, where he taught computer seminars for the University of Maryland as a part-time instructor in Frankfurt, Germany, and Camp Doha, Kuwait. He holds a juris doctor (JD) degree; a master of laws (LLM) degree in both Intellectual Property and Taxation; a Master of Science (MS) degree in Computer Science; a Bachelor of Arts (BA) in German Studies; and a Bachelor of Science (BS) in Biology.