Before becoming an attorney, Mr. Ross worked as a paralegal for six years assisting attorneys in all phases of condominium & homeowners' association law. He later attended Florida State University where he graduated ontracts II; Creditors Rights, Estate Planning, Evidence, Gratuitous Transfers, Law of the Polar Regions, Legal Research & Writing I, Legal Research & Writing II, Professional Responsibility, and Worker's Compensation). Upon graduation, Mr. Ross was awarded the prestigious Order of the Coif.
After law school, Mr. Ross briefly worked in the litigation department of a mortgage foreclosure firm before accepting a position as an appellate lawyer at a prestigious Miami law firm. Recognizing a rampant problem in the South Florida area (as well as other areas of Florida) whereby the rights of hardworking owners were being violated by out-of-control associations and their debt collectors, Mr. Ross decided to start his own firm with an emphasis on consumer protection issues.