Ezra Ross

Professor of Lawyering Skills

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Expertise:

Legal practice, trial advocacy, administrative law

Background:

Professor Ross teaches introductory and advanced skills courses and supervises students in the Appellate Litigation Clinic. He helped develop the Federal Judicial Center's online legal writing program for federal judicial clerks, co-supervised UCLA Law's Trial Advocacy Clinic, and worked with the Legal Aid Society of Orange County to help provide legal services to the homeless. He has also researched and written about federal administrative agencies and regulatory failure (Yale Law & Policy Review article).

After graduating cum laude from Harvard Law School, Professor Ross served as a federal judicial clerk, practiced complex commercial litigation, and was named a Super Lawyer-Rising Star four times by Los Angeles magazine.

Current Courses:
Lawyering Skills I, Appellate Litigation Clinic
Prior Courses:

Depositions, Lawyering Skills I & II, Trial Advocacy, Written Legal Analysis

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