Woman Becomes First ‘Openly Known Person with Autism’ to Practice Law in Florida
PARKLAND , Fla. - When Haley Moss was diagnosed with autism at the age of three, her parents were told she'd be lucky if she ever got a driver's license or even made a friend. Last month, Moss, 24, became the first openly known person with autism to be admitted to the Florida Bar. That came after giving the commencement speech at the University of Miami School of Law and after earning two degrees from the University of Florida. She's also published two books, according to the Daily Business Review.