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The ‘new normal’ reset

On this special episode of The Lawyers Weekly Show, produced in partnership with Unisearch, an expert panel unpacks the myriad changes to daily legal practice and the duties of leaders to better support individual professionals in a new-look market.

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The ‘new normal’ reset
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Host Jerome Doraisamy is joined by Herbert Smith Freehills partner Malika Chandrasegaran, UNSW Faculty of Law & Justice lecturer and Unisearch expert Dr Alice Orchiston, and UNSW Business School professor of commercial law and regulation and Unisearch expert Professor Pamela Hanrahan to discuss the new ways of working that have emerged in the age of coronavirus to include what’s working and not working, the deleterious consequences of evolving workplace practices, and the impacts on certain demographics of the profession.

The trio also delve into how best leaders can respond and connect with staff, such as through authenticity and transparency, new-age workplace expectations, the need for individual responsibility in accommodating idiosyncratic needs, and optimism about working life for lawyers in the future.



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