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Neurodiversity in the Law: Great Minds Think Differently

26th May 2021

Neurodiversity in the Law: Great Minds Think Differently

Hardwicke was delighted to take part in the first Equality, Diversity and Inclusivity (EDI) Forum event of 2021. Brie Stevens-Hoare QC chaired the event and Faisal Sadiq was among the panel of distinguished speakers discussing neurodiversity in the legal community.

Click below to watch a recording of the session.

Click here to learn more about equality, diversity and inclusion at Hardwicke.

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Hardwicke was delighted to take part in the first Equality, Diversity and Inclusivity (EDI) Forum event of 2021. Brie Stevens-Hoare QC chaired the event and Faisal Sadiq was among the panel of distinguished speakers discussing neurodiversity in the legal community.

Click below to watch a recording of the session.

Click here to learn more about equality, diversity and inclusion at Hardwicke.

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