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Neurodiversity in the Law: Great Minds Think Differently

A recording of the first EDI Forum of 2021- Neurodiversity in the Law: Great Minds Think Differently. The online event featured a panel of distinguished speakers discussing neurodiversity in the legal community. The panel included:

  • Patrick Cannon- Barrister at Cannon Chambers; Member of the Disability Sub-Committee of the Bar Council’s Equality; Diversity and Social Mobility Committee
  • Faisal Sadiq- Barrister at Hardwicke Chambers; Chair of the Bar Council Disability Panel; Vice-Chair of the Bar Council Equality; Diversity and Social Mobility Committee
  • Chloe Branton- Barrister at Parklane Plowden Chambers; Social Mobility Advocate of the Bar Council; Advisor to the Executive Board of Neurodiversity in Law
  • Oliver May- Barrister at No5 Chambers, Member of the Bar Council Disability Panel; Vice-Chair of Neurodiversity in Law; Member of the Race Equality Taskforce of the Bar Standards Board

The panel discussion is followed by a Q&A session chaired by Brie Stevens-Hoare QC.

Neurodiversity in the Law contact details:

events@neurodiversityinlaw.co.uk
susana@neurodiversityinlaw.co.uk

Resources about Irlen syndrome:

Resources about dyspraxia and labelling:

General resources: