Benjamin P. Ost
Benjamin P. Ost earned a B.A. from Hope College in 2004 and received his J.D. from Vanderbilt University Law School in 2009. He is licensed to practice in Georgia and has experience representing credit unions, commercial landlords, residential developers and community associations in business and real estate litigation. He is an active member of the Georgia Bar Association as well as the Community Associations Institute. Benjamin’s practice consists primarily of residential developer, condominium and community association law.
- Hope College; 2000 – 2004; B.A. in English Literature and Creative Writing
- Vanderbilt University Law School; 2006 – 2009; J.D.
- Georgia Bar Association; Real Estate Division
- Community Associations Institute; Magazine Committee
In the Community
Benjamin counsels landlords in the Fulton County Landlord Assistance Program and participates in the Georgia Justice Project by assisting indigent Georgia residents in expunging inaccurate or incorrect information from their criminal records. He also participates in Habitat for Humanity home builds through his church.
Benjamin regularly represents community associations and residential developers in contract, collection and real estate litigation. He also drafts amendments to governing documents and assists clients with minimizing future liability through good governance and business judgment. Benjamin is a member of the Community Association Institute’s Magazine Committee and has had numerous articles published in the Georgia Commons trade magazine on a variety of community association legal topics.