About Austin Ostiguy
“There are no traffic jams on the extra mile.”
Austin is originally from North Kingstown, Rhode Island. He moved to Pittsburgh in 2013 to study Sound Recording Technology and Jazz Trumpet at Duquesne University. After graduating in 2017, he toured with local bands and worked for a couple years in Pittsburgh. A passionate student, Austin then decided it was time for a new chapter and moved to Nashville to study at Belmont College of Law.
While at Belmont, Austin has geared his studies towards a wide range of practice areas, including Intellectual Property, Mass Media, and Administrative Law. Outside of the classroom, Austin is the Executive Submissions & Transcripts Editor for the Belmont Law Review and a Student Mentor for underclassmen. Passionate about public service, Austin has also interned with Judge Brothers of the Sixth Circuit Court for Davidson County and will be serving as a Law Clerk for the Tennessee Attorney General’s office in the summer of 2021. As an avid legal scholar, Austin recently composed a student note analyzing and critiquing copyright jurisprudence at the Supreme Court level, which is set to be published with the Vermont Law Review in 2022.
In his free time, Austin enjoys composing music, playing tennis, and going to see his friends’ bands play around town.