Ross D. McFerron
Ross McFerron maintains a general practice, primarily focusing on business litigation, estate planning, personal injury, insurance defense, and agricultural law. Ross is licensed in Missouri state and federal courts.
Ross is a member of the Cape Girardeau West Rotary Club, where he serves on the organization’s board of directors. Ross serves on the board of directors for the Missouri Organization of Defense Lawyers and is former president of the Cape Girardeau County Young Lawyers Association. Ross also serves on the executive committee of the Southeast Missouri University Foundation board of directors and is a member of the Southeast Missouri State Redhawks’ Club. He is a member of the Missouri Bar and the Cape County Bar Association. In addition to his legal practice, Ross has also served as an adjunct professor at Southeast Missouri State, where he taught business law courses. In 2008, Ross was awarded the W. Oliver Rasch award from the Missouri Bar.
Ross received his law degree in 2007 from the University of Missouri, where he graduated in the top five of his class. During law school, Ross was a member of the Missouri Law Review, the law school's mock trial team, and was elected to the Order of the Coif. He was also awarded the Ike Skelton, Sr. prize for trial advocacy and the R. David Ray trial advocacy award.
Ross grew up on his family's farm just outside of Advance, Missouri, and graduated from Advance High School. He earned his undergraduate degree from Southeast Missouri State University in 2004. While at Southeast, Ross met his wife, Alisa. The two married in 2007. They have one son and one daughter. Ross and his family attend La Croix Church in Cape Girardeau.