Born in Ft. Lauderdale, Stephen Ostrow grew up in Miami and lived there for much of his adult life. While college at the University of Pennsylvania led him to Philadelphia for four years, he inevitably returned home to Florida after graduation. He also spent parts of his career in both Central and North Florida, gaining valuable experience with judicial circuits throughout the state.
Stephen obtained a degree in International Relations at The University of Pennsylvania and went to law school in Tallahassee. at Florida State University College of Law. During that time, he spent a semester studying in a law school program at Oxford University in England. During law school, Stephen won three book awards, served as his class representative on the Student Bar Association, and graduated Cum Laude .
Following law school, Stephen clerked for U.S. District Judge James Lawrence King in Miami. Since that time, has represented clients in both Federal and State litigation, concentrating on medical malpractice, personal injury, and intellectual property litigation. He has handled multiple cases resulting in seven figure verdicts and settlements. While his large results came in malpractice and personal injury cases, Stephen also obtained a verdict in Federal Court for over $12 million in a copyright case against a developer.
Stephen joined Rossman Baumberger Reboso and Spier in May of 2022. He works in the Railroad Division, representing railroad workers who suffer injuries on the job. He lives in Miami Beach with his wife Olivia, a chef from Paris, and their two children. He loves to travel, enjoys good food, going to movies or watching Netflix at home, The Miami Heat, playing with his two dogs, the beach, and the law.