Ross joined the Dudley DeBosier team in 2015. Originally from St. Bernard Parish, he earned his undergraduate degree at Millsaps College where he majored in English and played varsity basketball. While earning his law degree at Southern University, he was a part of the Marshall Brennan Fellowship and received the CALI Award of Excellence. He was also an assistant editor for the Journal of Race, Gender & Poverty and worked as a teaching assistant. Before coming to Dudley DeBosier, Ross gained personal injury experience at a large New Orleans firm and as a contract attorney for the St. Bernard Parish Public Defender’s office.
Ross is a first-generation college graduate, and he can’t think of a better calling than to use his education for counseling people through tough times and fighting to get what they deserve. He believes that being someone’s advocate is an incredible privilege and that it is his duty to fight for them like it is his own case. He thinks that the most important aspect of being a good lawyer is listening to his clients and caring about them like family.
In his spare time he enjoys cooking with his wife, playing basketball, fishing and reading.