Leslie Blank Ostrin

Leslie Blank Ostrin is Corporate Counsel for Micro Stamping Corporation, a manufacturer of medical devices and other products, where she manages the company’s legal matters, including contract negotiations and counseling on a wide range of legal and business issues.

She started her legal career as a litigator at Cadwalader, Wickersham & Taft in New York City, and moved to the medical device manufacturer Medtech Group, Inc.- Vention Medical, in 1999, where she was in-house counsel for 13 years.
Leslie has also taught US Law & Government for over 10 years, to 4th & 5th grade elementary school students.
Leslie is a passionate advocate and supporter of community and non-profit organizations and initiatives. She has served on the Board of Governors of the Rabbi Pesach Raymon Yeshiva for over 11 years, serving on the Executive Committee and holding the position of President of the school from 2014-2018.
She is on the Executive Committee of Teach NJ, a member of the Teach Coalition, which advocates for public funding for non-public schools. For 10 years she worked to support the Mekor Chaim – Steinsaltz Ambassador program, which brought representatives from Israel to enrich local communities in the US. Leslie has been a Board member of the Federation in the Heart of NJ for 9 years, and served on the Board of Congregation Ahavas Achim for 4 years, where she continues to manage the Chesed Committee, providing meals to families in need. She also helped establish a local initiative, HP Kids Helping Kids – Project Zambia, to build a school in a rural community in Zambia, Africa. Leslie graduated, cum laude, from Tufts University and, cum laude, from Boston University School of Law, where she was an Article Editor on the Boston University Law Review. She is married and a proud and grateful Mother of four, and enjoys Torah study, horseback riding, swimming, jogging and traveling with her family.