Ross is an associate at Woods Rogers Vandeventer Black (WRVB) where he is a member of the firm’s Cybersecurity & Data Privacy and Litigation & Dispute Resolution practice groups. He advises clients on a range of cybersecurity and data privacy matters including privacy laws, data breach planning and response, and cybersecurity risk management. Additionally, Ross represents businesses and individuals across the Commonwealth in complex commercial litigation. 

After law school, Ross clerked for The Honorable Michael F. Devine at the Fairfax Circuit Court. During Ross’s clerkship, he gained invaluable insight into civil litigation in Virginia state court. 

Ross received his J.D. (magna cum laude) from George Mason University Antonin Scalia Law School. While in law school, Ross served as an Articles Editor for the George Mason Law Review, Judges Committee Chairman for the Scalia Law Moot Court Board, and President of the Jewish Law Students Association. During his third year of law school, Ross taught legal research and writing to first year law students as a writing fellow. Ross also interned for The Honorable Jerrauld C. Jones at the Norfolk Circuit Court. 

In law school, Ross published an article titled “Remastering Termination Rights” in the George Mason law Review, 27 Geo. Mason L. Rev. 939 (2020). His article has been cited by a leading Virginia treatise. 

Prior to law school, Ross earned his B.A. from Virginia Tech, where he majored in Business Management with minors in Audio Technology and Jazz Studies. 

As a Virginia Beach native, Ross has strong local ties to Hampton Roads. He attended Princess Anne High School’s International Baccalaureate program. 

Outside of the practice of law, Ross enjoys playing bass guitar, practicing yoga, and going to the beach. 

 

Attorney Perspectives

Speaking Engagements

  • 2024 ODBA Winter Meeting | Generative AI in the Legal Profession: A Legal Perspective on Artificial Intelligence Risk, Remedies, and Governance
    February 2, 2024
  • Hampton Roads SHRM | The Future is Here: The Possibilities and Pitfalls of Artificial Intelligence in the Workplace
    November 15, 2023
  • Scalia-Hampton Pipeline Program | Law School and Legal Careers Panel
    April 12, 2023

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