Ross focuses his practice on the defense of companies engaged in tort litigation. He researches and synthesizes relevant facts and the law to help his team craft trial and litigation strategies. In preparation for hearings and trial, Ross taps into his undergraduate background in behavioral economics to ascertain how judges and juries will receive arguments.
While in law school, Ross refined his skill in effectively communicating his arguments. In his first year, Ross won the Top Oralist Award for writing and arguing an appellate brief. As a member of the National Moot Court Team, Ross argued that a particular foreign affairs statute, incorrectly interpreted, would have dramatic economic and diplomatic effects.