Ross Keiser provides litigation support to all areas of the firm’s practice. He also contributes to the firm’s marketing efforts, specifically drafting articles on timely and interesting legal issues for the firm blog, The Westchester Litigator, and for publication in law journals.
Ross earned his J.D. from the Elizabeth Haub School of Law at Pace University, focusing his coursework on litigation, dispute resolution processes, and securities compliance and regulation. He served as the managing editor of Pace Law Review and was honored to have his paper, Blockchain and Its Potential Real-World Applications: Implications on Discovery Procedures, selected for publication.
During law school, Ross served as a judicial intern for the Honorable Nelson S. Román, a United States District Judge sitting in the Southern District of New York. Ross also was a member of Pace’s Investor Rights Clinic, where he provided pro bono representation in a FINRA arbitration and presented the case at the SEC’s Investor Advocacy Clinic Summit to inform SEC rulemaking.
In 2018, Ross served as coordinator of the Westchester County Bar Association’s High School Mock Trial Competition. Prior to practicing law, he trained as a classical singer.