Last month, a Florida woman with autism who doctors thought might never be able to work a minimum wage job or live on her own was admitted to the Florida Bar.
Haley Moss became the first person who was openly autistic to achieve the honor, the Sun-Sentinel reported.
Her accomplishments don’t stop there.
The Sentinel said Moss has published many books, lives an independent life and is employed by a top Miami law firm.
Moss’s ceremony took place Jan. 11 in Miami, where Judge Lisa Walsh administered the oath to Moss at her swearing-in ceremony.
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