LawCareers.net article: Ed Thompson on “What is neurodiversity at work?”

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“As the business case for diversity and inclusion has become clearer and more evidenced, much of this has rested on the power of so-called ‘diversity of thought’ – the (proven) concept that people with varying experiences and thought processes can contribute different perspectives to their teams that benefit their organizations…”

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