WILLIAM WARFIELD ROSS Resume Ross was born in Washington D.C. in 1926. He graduated from St. John’s College, Annapolis and the Yale Law School, and served in President Truman’s and Eisenhower’s Executive Offices, the Department of Justice and the Federal Power Commission. He was in private practice in the District from the late 1950s with the firms of Morgan, Lewis and Bockius, Wald, Harkrader and Ross (where he was a founding partner), and Pepper, Hamilton and Scheetz. His principal practice areas were antitrust, public utility regulatory law, and appellate litigation. He retired from practice in 1992. Ross has been active in bar, civic and political affairs both nationally and in the District. He served as Chairman of the Administrative Law Section of the American Bar Association as well as a standing Committee of the Association and as Chairman of the American Civil Liberties Union of the National Capitol Area during the 1960’s riots. He served on the Board of Directors of the D.C. Bar Association and as Chairman of its Administrative Law Section. During the 1970s he also was chairman of a Commission which authored a report recommending revisions in the appellate procedures of the D.C. government, and as head of a committee which prepared a practice manual for D.C. regulatory agencies. Ross has served for many years on the Executive Committee of the Lawyers Alliance for World Security, the principal legal organization in the arms control field. He has written extensively on legal and public policy issues. October 1998 -B3 –