This Neurodiversity Celebration Week we look back at a panel and Q&A event we ran on the 8th of February looking at “Demystifying Success in Law for Neurodiverse Junior Lawyers”. The session welcomed three neurodiverse legal professionals who spoke about their experiences in law as neurodiverse individuals (with a focus on ADHD and Autism), the differences it made to their journey, and some of the struggles they faced.
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