It was Leslie Schreiber’s own quest to become a parent that drew her to helping others who were navigating their way through the complexities of reproductive law.

Leslie began her career as a judicial clerk on Florida’s Third District Court of Appeal, developing the keen ability to strategize and problem-solve. Tapped to become an Assistant Attorney General, she prosecuted criminal appeals for the State of Florida. In 1996, she opened a private practice.

Leslie parlayed her lived experience with infertility into similar successes for the growing number of people involved with collaborative and assisted reproduction; she understood that her legal expertise combined with her first-hand knowledge of collaborative reproduction could be of significant benefit to others.

Leslie is a member of the Bar Associations of Vermont, Florida and New York.

Leslie is uniquely skilled at spotting problems before they arise. She will be a partner in your journey, and would be honored to help you achieve your desired outcome.

Professional Memberships

  • Member of Florida, New York and Vermont Bar Associations
  • American Bar Association, Family Law Section, Reproductive Assisted Technology Committee
  • American Society for Reproductive Medicine – Legal Professional Group
  • RESOLVE, New England


Speaking Engagements

Leslie is available for speaking engagements on a variety of topics relating to reproductive law. Her past presentations include:

  • The Single Intended Parent: It Takes Two To Tango…Or, Does It? (ABA Family Law Section Conference 2017)

  • A Day In The Life Of A Reproductive Attorney (FIU College of Law Reproductive Justice Conference 2017)

  • Chick Chats: Fertility Awareness and Choices for Conception (Miami, Conference 2017)
  • Kosher Conceptions (Temple Judea, Miami, Conference 2017)

  • Employer Family Policies: How Does the U.S. Measure Up & Other Revolutionary Workplace Benefits (TCI Talks, Miami, 2017)

  • What Happens to Embryos When a Married Couple Divorce (National Association of Divorce Professionals, 2017)
  • Embryo Disposition in Divorce or Separation (Inns of Court, 2020)