GCN partners with Neurodiversity in Law

14 November 2022

We are proud to announce Garden Court North Chambers’ partnership with Neurodiversity in Law.

Neurodiversity in Law promotes and supports neurodiversity within the legal professions, and eliminates the stigma often associated with people who think differently.

The organisation has four key aims:

  1. To enable and encourage entry into the legal professions for aspiring lawyers with neurodevelopmental conditions.
  2. To create a supportive network of legal professionals who are able to celebrate their neurodiversity.
  3. To encourage providers of legal services to adopt an anti-discriminatory approach in both their practice and their recruitment.
  4. To work collaboratively with other equality and diversity support networks to help foster a more diverse and accepting legal profession.

We are delighted with the partnership and looking forward to making a positive contribution in the neurodiversity community.

Find out more about Neurodiversity in Law.

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