Sarah Poriss knows strategy. She started honing her skills, control and stamina years before she started law school. When she started speed skating. You read that correctly, the Apolo Ohno/Bonnie Blair kind of skating.
It’s a sport that requires practice, focus and patience. When you skate you skate in packs; and being out front is the hardest job, so Sarah learned to sit in the back and wait for the best time to make a move.
She has translated these tactics to her law practice where her clients are being sued by professionals, the kind that think they always have to be out front.