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Bonnie Margaret Ross

Bonnie Margaret Ross is a member of the litigation practice group at Messner Reeve LLP and has provided legal advice and trial services to businesses and individuals involved in litigation since 1998.

Ms. Ross attended the University of California at Santa Cruz and Berkeley as an undergraduate, obtaining a B.A. in 1988. After graduating from Boalt Hall School of Law at Berkeley in 1995, she went into the practice of criminal law, working first in the public defender's office and later in private practice, where she gained significant trial and appellate experience. After joining Robinson & Wood, Inc., now Messner Reeves LLP, Ms. Ross shifted her practice from criminal to civil litigation. Dedicated to untangling the law's complexities for her clients both outside and inside the courtroom, she enjoys standing up for her clients as a trial lawyer.

Ms. Ross has been active in the Santa Clara County Bar Association’s Women Lawyers’ Executive Committee for many years, and has served on the Federal Courts and Civil Practice Committees. Ms. Ross’s pro bono work in the community has included volunteering as a literacy tutor, an attorney mentor to young people through Volunteers in Parole, and providing advice to indigent clients in the Pro Bono Project’s Lawyers in the Library and Unlawful Detainer clinics. She established the nonprofit Fountain Blues Foundation and serves as Vice President of its board.

Title: Of Counsel
Admitted to Practice:  California State Courts
United States District Court for the Central District of California
United States District Court for the Eastern District of California
United States District Court for the Northern District of California
United States District Court for the Southern District of California
Practice Groups: Appellate, Commercial Litigation, Labor & Employment, Insurance Law, Professional Liability
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