As jippie says, there is no single answer to this. But, think about the transfer function and how cascaded stages combine in (Laplace style) transfer functions. In this case, the transfer function is the product of 3 elements, gain, p1, and p2. Response of cascaded OpAmp stages will combine as the product of the stages. So, you could start by designing a 3 stage circuit with each stage carrying out one of the transfer function elements (gain, p1, and p2).
Look at how poles are formed by R and C combinations (Series or parallel) on the input of the OpAmp, and how they are formed by R and C combinations in the feedback path (between the OpAmp output and the negative input). Then you could look at ways to combine stages to end up with fewer stages (probably just one).