Before becoming an attorney, Mr. Ross worked as a paralegal for six years assisting... more
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 Resp... view profile
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