William M. Ross practices primarily in the areas of legal ethics and malpractice, commercial litigation, and civil appeals in the state and federal courts of Louisiana.
Mr. Ross graduated summa cum laude from Southeastern Louisiana University in 1997. He attended law school at Tulane University. While at Tulane, Mr. Ross served as a Managing Editor of the Tulane Law Review and received the Faculty Medal for attaining the highest cumulative average in his class. He also won awards in Criminal Law, Civil Procedure, Legal Profession, Obligations I, Obligations II and Remedies.
Mr. Ross joined Stanley, Flanagan & Reuter upon receiving his J.D. degree in the Spring of 2000. He returned to Tulane Law School in 2003 as a member of the adjunct faculty and has lectured on ethical issues at various continuing legal education programs.
Mr. Ross has represented clients in a wide variety of disputes in state and federal court from the trial phase through the appellate process. He also has defended attorneys in disciplinary matters before the Louisiana Attorney Disciplinary Board and the Louisiana Supreme Court and regularly advises lawyers regarding their ethical duties.
Spring 2014 - Louisiana Civil Procedure