Great Minds Think Differently: Neurodiversity for Lawyers and Other Professionals
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FACT: We all have different brains. We think differently than one another and have unique perspectives and perceptions of the world around us. Neurodiversity might be a relatively new concept for some readers, but everyone interacts every day with people who think differently than themselves. There is no one normal or superior type of brain, and difference is in fact the norm. Rather than "great minds think alike," great minds think differently. And different can be extraordinary.
As an attorney diagnosed with autism at the age of three, author Haley Moss grew up knowing what it was like to feel unheard or unseen because of the way she communicated. Neurodiversity is a natural, valuable aspect of human diversity, yet one that too often means that people with neurocognitive differences face discrimination and exclusion.
This book lays the groundwork for a more inclusive and understanding legal culture and profession. It explains neurodiversity from the author's own perspective and elucidates the value and advantages neurodiverse colleagues can bring to practice.
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