Florida native Haley Moss is not your average attorney. At age 3, she could read and do 100-piece jigsaw puzzles, but she was non-verbal. With no speech, Moss’ parents took her to the doctor where she was diagnosed with autism.
She made history by becoming the first self-advocate to be admitted to the Florida Bar. Moss is now practicing law with a focus on healthcare and international matters. Haley also lectures and recently published a book. Read the More USA Today
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