First Openly Autistic Lawyer Continues to Fight Stereotypes by Luli Ortiz
Haley Moss speaks about being on the spectrum and becoming an attorney. She reflects on her time working at Zumpano Patricios. Haley’s hopes for the future are a positive outlook for neurodiversity in the workforce in general. She says that one day it will be widespread for autistic people, and openly disabled people, to hold positions of power and that it will not be newsworthy.