Ross joined Mayo Wynne Baxter as an Employment Solicitor at the start of 2024.
Ross represents both employers and employees and has expertise in all areas of employment law. Ross has a particular interest in discrimination law. He is passionate about supporting businesses to grow and navigate tricky employment issues, as well as protecting the rights of individuals in the workplace.
Ross qualified as a solicitor in 2022. Before joining Mayo Wynne Baxter, he completed his training at a local firm before working for a national trade union firm, advising and representing trade union members on all areas of employment law.
Ross highly values building and maintaining strong client relationships. He prides himself on providing excellent client care skills and being able to expertly guide clients through all stages of the Employment Tribunal process. Ross has achieved a number of successful outcomes, including high-value settlements in complex discrimination matters.
Ross is passionate about equality and diversity. He is a member of the Society of Visually Impaired Lawyers (SoVIL) and the Law Society’s LGBTQ+ Solicitors Network.
Outside of work, Ross’ interests include fitness classes, gaming, yoga and musical theatre!