THOMAS G. ROSS, County Administrative Judge, Queen Anne's County Circuit Court, Associate Judge, Second Judicial Circuit (January 9, 2004-present); Circuit Administrative Judge, Second Judicial Circuit (April 7, 2009-present); Member, Judicial Council (2009-present); Member, Conference of Circuit Court Judges (2005-present); Chair, Conference of Circuit Court Judges (December, 2012-present); Vice-Chair, Conference of Circuit Court Judges (2010-2012); Maryland Judicial Conference, Member, Legislative Committee (2011-present); Chair, ADR Subcommittee, Conference of Circuit Court Judges (2009-present); Member, Maryland Access to Justice Commission 2013-present; MDEC Circuit Court Focus Group (2011-present); Maryland Judicial Conference, Member, Juvenile Subcommittee of the Family Law Committee (2004-2008); Maryland Judicial Conference, Member, Criminal Law and Procedure Committee (2004-2007); Member, Subcomittee on Case Time Standards (2013-present); Member, MACRO Advisory Board (2012-present); ASTAR Fellow (October 8, 2006-present); Public Policy Conflict Resolution Fellow (April 27, 2012-present); Business and Technology case management program judge (2005-present); Member, Queen Anne’s County Drug and Alcohol Council, 2005-present; Member, Advisory Board Mid-Shore Pro Bono, Inc., 2005-present.
Born in Pensacola, Florida, June 11, 1951. Florida State University, B.A. 1973 (history & psychology). University of Baltimore School of Law, J.D., 1978. Pretrial Services Agency, District of Columbia, 1973-78. Law Clerk, Hon. Alfred Burka, Superior Court of the District of Columbia, 1978-1979; Law Clerk, Sr. D.C. Superior Court Judges, 1979-1980; Law Clerk Paul F. McArdle, Superior Court of the District of Columbia, 1980-1981. Partner, Ross & Powell, Attorneys at Law (1981-2004); Member, Maryland, District of Columbia and Florida Bars. Member, Maryland State Bar Association, 1981-present (solo & small firm practice section council, 2000-2005); Prince George's County Bar Association, 1981-2004; Queen Anne's County Bar Association, 1990-present (president, 1996-97).