Ross, Paul

144 Courthouse SquareSuite 100Goderich, ON N7A- 1M9, Canada

Updated: 02/05/2016


Paul's route to practice was far less direct than that of many of the other lawyers at The Ross Firm. After graduating from Osgoode Hall Law School (when it was still located at Osgoode Hall), he worked at the Toronto Telegram as a news reporter, as a Queen's Park speechwriter for several of Bill Davis' Conservative cabinet ministers, as the editor-in-chief of a travel magazine, he also authored a published novel.

Paul Ross has been practicing law for more than 47 years. That's a whole...


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