Prior to commencing pupillage, Ross gained significant experience supporting leading legal professionals across a broad spectrum of areas of law, including financial crime, extradition, human rights, public law, sanctions and regulatory law.
Whilst a paralegal at Boutique Law LLP, he directly assisted partners and associates. His research contributed to an extradition case in the Supreme Court, and he helped support clients through SRA and Charities Commission investigations.
Ross provided legal research and administrative support to over 100 barristers at Matrix Chambers. He gained experience in all of chambers’ areas of expertise, spanning criminal, public, civil and employment matters. Ross also ran a scheme which provided opportunities and training to young aspiring lawyers from underrepresented backgrounds at the Bar.
Ross has co-authored an article for the New Law Journal which analyses the de-banking trend in the banking sector. He has also contributed administratively to the Independent Commission for Equity in Cricket’s report into equity within the sport.
At university, he received a distinction for his LLM dissertation which analysed how the law of self-defence applies to householders inside their home.