The President of the CABA Public Bar Association did so by opening joint workrooms at the entity’s headquarters.
President of the General College of Lawyers of the Federal Capital, Ricardo Gil Lavedra Called this Tuesday to defend the practice of law and the work of licensed legal professionals.
And it did so by opening a co-working space at the headquarters of the entity located at Paraná 423, between Corrientes Avenue and Laval Street.
The practice of law suffered Transfer from COVID-19. For this reason, one of the biggest challenges the current Board of Directors has set itself is to adapt the services and benefits we offer to the men and women of our enrollment,” added the former Federal Chamber Maid.
This new ‘scenario’ requires answers at the level of the digital world that demands Use of new technologies. This is the beginning of a series of openings that we will implement in the coming days, with the aim of bringing professionals closer to the new services to achieve the best performance of their daily tasks.
Thus, the school has incorporated “two rooms for private use, one for five and the other for six, with Wi-Fi, which will operate from Monday to Friday from 8 am to 4 pm, in shifts of one hour, which must be reserved through https https://w3.cpacf.org.ar/coworking/registrar/turnos”.
“We’re also adding, free of charge, sixteen shared positions for attorneys’ use—without reservation—with existing enrollment in active position,” Gil Lavedra added. The President of the College was accompanied by his Second Vice President, Paula Colombo, and the Secretary General, Martin Casares, among other authorities.