With the Flexibility to Dream Big, FLVS Graduate Aims for Harvard Law

In an early May afternoon in Cambridge, Massachusetts, you can feel the cool, spring breeze and an electric buzz in the air as Harvard students prepare for graduation. And on the weathered stone steps of Harvard Law School, you can trace the invisible footsteps of some of the country’s most prominent figures—including past and present senators, business leaders, and even Presidents. It’s a place that might feel heavy with expectation. Or full of promise. And it’s exactly where FLVS student Abigail Muller plans to make history.  

Abigail aspires to be the youngest graduate from Harvard Law School in its 200-year existence.   

“At the end of the day, nothing is impossible,” says Abigail. “I want to obtain the experiences and knowledge that a Harvard Law student would typically have acquired to be accepted and excel in such an extensive program. The only difference is that other students have until they are 25 to complete them. I’m just trying to accomplish them all by the time I’m 18.”  

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