Deborah L. Ross
Deborah L. Ross
Deborah L. Ross is a founding shareholder of Ross Earle Bonan & Ensor, P.A. She has been a member of The Florida Bar since 1993 and is board certified in Condominium and Planned Development Law. Her primary area of practice is the representation of community associations and she is considered one of the leading attorneys on the Treasure Coast in that area of practice. Ms. Ross regularly lectures on community association law and related topics to attorneys, licensed community association managers, community association groups, and the general public. She also serves on the board of directors of the Treasure Coast Community Association, an organization dedicated to providing information to community associations. Ms. Ross routinely participates in The Florida Bar’s Real Property Division, Condominium and Planned Development Committee practice section in order to stay abreast of current trends. Ms. Ross’ practice includes general corporate representation related to condominium and community associations with a special emphasis also placed on developer turnover issues, construction-related issues, land use, drainage, government permitting and enforcement issues related to associations. Her practice also includes litigation support in a variety of areas including statutory and regulatory issues. Ms. Ross, along with her partners, oversees the periodic publication of the REBLAW Review (a newsletter geared towards informing clients and interested parties about the latest developments in condominium and community association law). She enjoys sports (Go Gators!), the theater, and spending time with her family.
Educational Background: University of Florida College of Law, J.D. (with honors); University of Florida, B.A. (Criminology).
Professional Association/Activities: The Florida Bar, the United States District Court, Southern District of Florida; the Martin County Bar Association; the Indian River County Bar Association; the American Bar Association; the University of Florida Law Association for Women; the Treasure Coast Communities Association, Inc.; the Community Associations Institute; The Florida Bar’s Real Property Division, Condominium and Planned Development Committee.
Civic Activities: American Inns of Court; Girl Scout leader with the Girl Scouts of America.