Is remote work still causing us mixed feelings or is it an inevitable part of the new normal? The perspective from small and medium law firms in Southeast Europe

10 Oct 2023 1500 - 1615 BST

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A webinar presented by the IBA Law Firm Management Committee and the IBA European Regional Forum

The discussion around remote work seems to be never-ending, while company practices range from complete flexibility to a strict rule of one or two days of remote working per month. Still, the leaders of small and mid-sized law firms in southeast Europe feel that their rules around remote work are among the differentiation strategies their firms might use to attract and retain talent. They often mention that questions about workplace flexibility are among the first to be asked by young colleagues when considering joining a particular law firm.

The possibility of remaining flexible in terms of workplace and time is a major part of both the larger topic of wellbeing in the legal profession and of the readiness of law firms to adapt to people with diverse personal needs within their teams.


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Dragan Dameski

Debarliev, Dameski & Kelesoska Attorneys at law, Skopje, North Macedonia; Chair, Small and Medium Firms Subcommittee

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Madalina Hristescu

SCPA Hristescu si Asociatii, Bucharest, Romania; Vice Chair, South East Regional Group, European Regional Forum

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Jelena Uzelac Vasić

What's Next Change Design Consultancy, Belgrade, Serbia

Lana Vukmirovic Misic

Vukmirovic Misic law firm, Podgorica, Montenegro

Zoya Todorova

Dimitrov Petrov & Co, Sofia, Bulgaria; Chair, South East Regional Group, European Regional Forum

Bojan Šporar

Rojs, Peljhan, Prelesnik & partners, Ljubljana, Slovenia

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