Herold & Sager
Young Attorneys 2010: 3-5 years
Daphne Z. Skogen is an associate with Herold & Sager. Her practice focuses on insurance coverage and complex litigation, including representation of insurers in related litigation such as actions for declaratory relief and additional insured recovery. Skogen has served as outside coverage counsel in more than 100 title coverage claims, including individual claims involving policy limits of over $50 million, and successfully negotiated and resolved numerous complex real estate matters related to title, secured lending and construction.
Prior to her work in San Diego, Skogen and her husband moved to the Gulf Coast in the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina where they both provided legal services to the U.S. Small Business Administration and hurricane victims. Skogen continues to be an active volunteer in the San Diego legal community and offers particular expertise in homeowner related issues. She regularly volunteers at Housing Opportunities Collaborative’s HOME Clinics, providing housing counseling and education to homeowners regarding the rights and responsibilities of ownership. She has served as speaker and author of various workshops including SBA Disaster Relief Loan Procedures for SDCBA's legal training program to provide San Diego residents with wildfire assistance. Skogen’s participation with other organizations includes SDCBA’s Diversity Fellowship Program, the Mentor/Mentee program with Pan Asian Lawyers of San Diego and she currently serves as the incoming president for Filipino American Lawyers of San Diego. Skogen also enjoys practicing classical ballet and recently completed her first sprint triathlon.
Skogen earned her bachelor’s degree from Santa Clara University and her juris doctor from University of San Diego, School of Law.
The Daily Transcript congratulates Young Attorneys 2010
This is the culmination of a peer nominating process that asked San Diego County lawyers to name the best young attorneys in San Diego County who are: Hard-Working & Detail-Oriented, Knowledgeable & Enthusiastic, Ethical & Professional, and Committed to Furthering the Interests of Justice in Society.
Young Attorneys 2010 Finalists
Law Offices of Robert A. Stutman P.C.
Thorsnes Bartolotta McGuire
The Law Office of Eric P. Ganci
United States Attorney’s Office
The Law & Mediation Offices of Garrison Klueck
Law Offices of Araceli Martinez
Law Offices of Alex Schack
Children’s Advocacy Institute, USD School of Law
Robbins Geller Rudman & Dowd LLP
Law Offices of Julia M. Garwood
San Diego County District Attorney’s Office
Federal Defenders of San Diego Inc.
Hooper, Lundy & Bookman PC
Luce, Forward, Hamilton & Scripps LLP
Hecht Solberg Robinson Goldberg and Bagley LLP
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