Sean B. Oster is the founder and president of The Law Office of Sean B. Oster, P.C. He graduated from the University of Miami with his Bachelors of Arts in 2001 and pursued his aspirations of becoming a lawyer soon after by attending City University of New York School of Law. As a bright young law student, his legal talents were immediately recognized as he was hand-selected to become a member of two prestigious graduate school organizations: Moot Court, an organization dedicated to providing simulated court experiences for law students, and Law Review, an organization established to provide law students experience reviewing scholarly journals. As a member of Moot Court, Mr. Oster was selected to represent his school, CUNY, at Nationals and was also elected for Treasurer. Upon graduation, Mr. Oster became an active member in his community after being sworn in as an attorney in the State of New York.
In 2009, he was honored with two awards for outstanding work in Civil Court. Then-Supervising Chief Judge of New York Civil Court personally awarded Mr. Oster with a plaque, for recognition, and an engraved star, a coveted award for his outstanding work. Mr. Oster dedicated himself to his work and in short time, became a mentor to many budding lawyers
Along with his legal work, he was also a Decision Editor for the distinguished New York Estates and Surrogate’s Court Law book published by the prestigious New York Law Journal.
Mr. Oster is also a member of The New York County Lawyers’ Association (NYCLA), NYCLA’s Trusts and Estates Committee, NYCLA’s Solo-Practitioners’ Committee, The City Bar of New York and is an Arbitrator in the five boroughs of New York.
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