Gary Ross, Esq.

Gary Ross is managing partner of Ross & Morrison, a firm he founded in 1993.

Mr. Ross is an experienced litigator and trial attorney who handles high stakes commercial disputes and the variety of employment matters. Mr. Ross recently achieved an $8 Million recovery for his client, after a three week jury trial. Gary Ross has been recognized as a Southern California SuperLawyer since 2007. He is a regular speaker/lecturer at Loyola Law School and at various Trade and Professional Groups.

Gary Ross is an experienced mediator who works tirelessly to resolve disputes. He received certified mediation training by the Los Angeles County Bar Association, and has regularly served as a Court-appointed Mediator.

Education:

-J.D. University of Southern California Law Center
-Hale Moot Court Honors Program, Advocacy Award
-B.A. History, University of California Los Angeles, cum laude
-Mortar Board Scholar
-Honors and Awards: Commissioner City of Beverly Hills
-Southern California SuperLawyer, 2007-present
-Certificate of Merit, Los Angeles County Alternative Dispute Resolution Program
-Certificate of Recognition, Disability Rights Legal Center/Cancer Legal Resource Center

Admissions:

-State Bar of California
-U.S. Federal District Court (Central and Southern Districts of California)
-U.S. Federal Court of Appeal (9th Circuit)

Associations:

-University of Southern California Law Center, Alumni Ambassador
-University of California Los Angeles, Alumni Association
-Human Resources and Finance Sub-Committee to the Jonathan Club Board of Directors

Mediator:

-Los Angeles County Superior Court Mediation Panelist for Alternative Dispute Resolution

Pro Bono:

-Attorney Advocate, Cancer Legal Resources Center/Disability Rights Legal Center

Speaker:

-Loyola Law School, Workplace Laws and Rights, 1999-present
-American Bar Association Webinar: Disability Rights Law Conference, 2014
-CEB Employment Law Seminar: “Fundamentals of Employment Law,” 2008, 2001
-Various Trade and Professional Groups, 1993-present

Author:

-Decisions Provide Unexpected Victories to Employees, Los Angeles Lawyer, Vol. 19, n.5, Jul-Aug ’96