CORAL GABLES, FL—Lubell Rosen Managing Partners Steven L. Lubell, Esq. and Mark Rosen, Esq. are pleased to announce that Lori A. Sochin, Esq. has joined the firm as of counsel. She is based in the firm’s Coral Gables office.
With more than 24 years of experience as an attorney, Sochin joins Lubell Rosen’s health care litigation and commercial litigation practices. She was a shareholder in the litigation practice group at Greenberg Traurig, LLP before founding her own firm in 2013, where she remains the principal. Marrying her legal skills to her business experience as a buyer with the Eckerd Drug Company before she became a lawyer gives her a distinctive perspective on solving her clients’ legal problems while keeping focus on her clients’ overarching business objectives. Sochin gets great satisfaction in helping her clients resolve business disputes, but she gets greater satisfaction when she can use her skills to counsel her clients to avoid those disputes in the first place.
She is admitted to practice in all of Florida’s state courts, as well as the U.S. District Courts for the Southern and Middle Districts of Florida.
She graduated with high honors from the University of Florida Levin College of Law in Gainesville, Florida; and earned a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration also from the University of Florida in Gainesville, Florida.
A resident of South Miami, Sochin is active in her community and the legal community. She is a Director of the Dade County Bar Association, having held chair and vice chair positions on a variety of committees during the past 20 years. As a member of the American Bar Association, she also held several chair, co-chair and vice chair positions with various Section of Litigation committees over the years. In addition, she is a member of the Florida Association for Women Lawyers, and was admitted into the Spellman-Hoeveler Inns of Court.
In her community, Sochin serves on the Executive Board of Directors of the Women’s Chamber of Commerce of Miami-Dade County, and on the board of the religious school at Temple Beth Am. As for community work, she has served as a volunteer attorney ad litem for Lawyers for Children America, as a judge for the Chester Bedell Memorial Mock Trial Competition, and as a judge for other educational competitions, including the We The People mock congressional hearing competition.