Director, American Indian Law & Sovereignty Center
Clinical Professor of Law
University General Counsel, Oklahoma City University
American Indian Wills Clinic
American Indian Law
Native American Law Students Association Moot Court
B.A., Oklahoma City University
J.D., Oklahoma City University
M.B.A., Oklahoma City University
Professor Ross serves as University General Counsel for Oklahoma City University. Her scholarship focuses on American Indian land and property issues in Oklahoma. She has published works in the areas of Indian Child Welfare, Domestic Violence and Taxation in tribal communities. She has also lectured nationally and internationally on Indian law topics, and presents frequently at related events.
In addition to clinical courses, Professor Ross also teaches doctrinal courses, including Legal Analysis, Wills, Trusts and Estates, Tribal Law, American Indian Law, Advanced Indian Law and Indian Gaming Law. Prior to joining the faculty at OCU Law, Professor Ross served as the Senior Legislative Officer for the Cherokee Nation in its Washington, D.C., office. There, she engaged in legislative and policy advocacy for tribal priorities. Professor Ross serves on the board of directors for Oklahoma Indian Legal Services, a nonprofit organization that provides legal services to low-income American Indian citizens.
Professor Ross is a citizen of the Cherokee Nation.