Ross’s legal work first started when he accepted a position as an insurance adjuster for Travelers Insurance. He was a member of the Special Liability Group, focusing on cases involving asbestos, lead paint, trucking accidents, and more.
After law school and his admission to the bar in the State of Maryland and the United States District Court of Maryland, Ross began his legal career as a prosecutor in the Baltimore City State’s Attorney’s Office. There he prosecuted criminal, DUI, juvenile, and traffic cases in the circuit and district courts of Maryland.
Ross currently resides in Carroll County, Maryland, with his wife, Emily, and their three daughters: Tilly, Charlie, and Gracie. He received his degree in Business Management from Bucknell University and his JD from the University of Baltimore School of Law, where he was a concentration in criminal practice and earned an editorial position on Law Review.