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16 APR 2018

Autistic individuals and the family justice system: research findings and good practice

Autistic individuals and the family justice system: research findings and good practice

Autistic people may face particular challenges in accessing the family justice system due to the specific needs associated with the condition. Rob George and Anna Remington's article for Family Law provides practitioners with a summary of recently-published research in this area, looking at legal practitioners' understandings of autism and experience of working with autistic clients. The article offers insight into these issues and provides practical tips for best practice for cases involving autistic litigants.


The full version of this article will appear in the April 2018 issue of Family Law

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