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Last Thursday, Zumpano Patricios attorney Haley Moss, a published author and graduate of the University of Miami School of Law, was sworn into the Florida Bar—“21 years after her parents were first told that none of these feats would likely be realized” because she is autistic. The Daily Business Review delves into Haley’s inspirational journey to becoming an attorney and a voice for the voiceless. Founding Partner Joseph Zumpano emphasized the importance of embracing neurodiversity in the workplace. Zumpano Patricios has a rich diversity history. Back in 2008, the Daily Business Review ranked Zumpano Patricios the most diverse law firm in the State of Florida. And now, as one of the first documented autistic attorneys to join the Florida Bar and a major law firm, Haley Moss has shattered an important glass ceiling.


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Updated: Dec 6, 2018

Yesterday in its cover story, the Daily Business Review discussed Zumpano Patricios’s parental leave policies and described the firm as “in line with paid parental leave industry first-movers." The story recites how Zumpano Patricios “has made family leave a priority from the early days of the firm.”


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Zumpano Patricios, among other firms, is recognized in the Daily Business Review for their effort to make paid family leave a priority in the workplace. The practice of giving employees and staff three months off, fully paid, began in 2003.

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