Mickey Ross Class of  1967


Mickey Ross Today


Mickey Ross    Portrait by Jeff Fain

  As for my bio, my academic and professional history is available, along with a mug shot, at kslaw.com, which is the website for my law firm.  Just click on "attorneys" and you can find me quickly.

  On the personal side, I have four great sons: Adam (20) is a rising junior at Northwestern after a stellar high school career that included six varsity letters (3 each in soccer and basketball).  Aaron (18) will be a senior in high school and is following Adam in winning academic and service awards. In addition, he was named All-State in lacrosse this year.  Ben (8) and Sam (6) are typical little kids.

  As might be expected from the age gap between Adam/Aaron and Ben/Sam, there was a family change in between.  Nancy and I were married from 1972-1983 and remain good friends.  She is a CPA and lives a couple of miles away.  I married Ann Harvey in 1986.  She was a speech pathologist and then a paralegal at Coca-Cola before really working by staying at home with Ben and Sam.

  Excerpt from www.kslaw.com: <http://www.kslaw.com: >

  Mickey Ross is a senior employment litigator and partner with King & Spalding.  He brings to employment litigation his more than twenty five years of litigation experience in federal and state courts, including a number of class actions.

  Mickey was the valedictorian of his graduating class at the University of Florida.  He received his law degree magna cum laude from Harvard Law School, where he was invited to join the Harvard Law Review.  Mickey was also a Rhodes Scholar nominee from the State of Florida.  He joined King & Spalding in 1974 and became a partner in 1980.

Bio June 18, 2000