To determine reasons and the influence of escaping and noncompliance of laws; data were collected through a mix method approach. Questionnaires and focus group discussion from special needs persons (physically challenged, visually impaired), their parents in case of hearing-impaired and intellectually challenged persons, professional law practitioners and employers of the business organization were taken. The result indicates that most special persons and their parents are unaware of the opportunities and laws related to their special needs. But on the part of employers' willful neglect and avoidance of laws is present because of loopholes available for not complying with these laws. Another reason is non-availability of any motivation for obeying laws, whether obedience of individuals or groups. It was also indicated that employers are not very clear about their roles related to the employment of special need persons.
1-Anjum Bano Kazimi: Professor, Department of Education, IQRA University Gulshan Campus Karachi, Sindh, Pakistan.2-Ghulam Ali Kerio: Assistant Professor, Department of Teachers Education, Shah Abdul Latif University, Khairpur, Sindh, Pakistan.3-Ajab Ali Lashari: Lecturer, Department of Education, Sindh Madressatul Islam university, Karachi, Sindh, Pakistan.
Law Avoidance, Disobedience, Mars Model, Special Need Persons, Rehabilitation