Top Lawyers: Laura Roopenian of Gilson Daub On The 5 Things You Need To Become A Top Lawyer In Your Specific Field of Law – An Interview With Chere Estrin
Prioritization and Multitasking– Finally, I believe my ability to multitask is an essential trait to my success. As an attorney one has to juggle multiple issues, cases and clients. Everyone and everything is important. Having the ability to not only prioritize but to be able to multitask has proven to be a beneficial trait as a lawyer. One of my greatest tools I use throughout the day is my “notes” app on my IPhone. I am constantly adjusting my “to do” list to appropriately prioritize tasks and multitask as needed.
The legal field is known to be extremely competitive. Lawyers are often smart, ambitious, and highly educated. That being said, what does it take to stand out and become a “Top Lawyer” in your specific field of law? In this interview series called “5 Things You Need To Become A Top Lawyer In Your Specific Field of Law”, we are talking to top lawyers who share what it takes to excel and stand out in your industry.
As a part of this interview series, I had the pleasure of interviewing Laura Roopenian, Attorney-Director of New Attorney Training at Gilson Daub, a nationally recognized law firm serving the insurance and business communities in the practice areas of workers’ compensation defense, subrogation recovery, and general liability across 20 U.S. offices.