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Let's talk about neurodiversity webinar

On Thursday 30 November 2023 we invited a panel of legal professionals to share their stories of neurodiversity.
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Let's talk about neurodiversity webinar

We invited a panel of legal professionals to share their stories of neurodiversity. The panel talked about their perspectives and experiences and provided valuable insights into what it is like to work in the legal sector when you are neurodiverse.

The panel talked about their perspectives and experiences and provide valuable insights into what it is like to work in the legal sector when you are neurodiverse.

The webinar is an opportunity for all legal professionals to gain a greater awareness of neurodiversity and its intersection with mental health, and work towards creating a more inclusive and supportive legal workplace.

Lloyd Rees chaired the webinar, and he was joined by Sonay Erten and Thomas McGovern.

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