We had a caught up with Roman Fida, Principle at TBJ Law to talk about the business and the work that they do in the local community.
Ashburton, Glen Iris and surrounding suburbs all have a unique culture and history. Understanding this is important to relating to people within these areas and we love being a part of it.
Tell us more about TBJ Law?
What does shopping local mean to you?
Who are your favourite local businesses?
Two-Seeds Café and the IGA are our favourites. Both have great service, friendly staff and reasonable costs.
We have seen a lot of changes at TBJ Law, such as the implementation of a COVID-Safe Plan. As well as more reliance upon remote correspondence – email, calls and zoom.
How has COVID changed TBJ Law?
We have seen a lot of changes at TBJ Law, such as the implementation of a COVID-Safe Plan. As well as more reliance upon remote correspondence – email, calls and zoom. We have also seen increased work/matters in particular areas – i.e. family violence, crime, and separations.
What are you most looking forward to in life in 2021?
Normality! The ability to freely go wherever without constraints. More favourable news, contrary to the increase illness (medial and physical) and death that this pandemic has caused.
Tell us a little bit about your community work and the services that you offer
I offer discounted fees for those that are disadvantaged in some way – pensioners, unemployed, etc. I also perform pro bono work for certain matters/cases – i.e. family violence and legal aid. We also have a lot to do with law education. I provide seminars/talks to businesses/associations on various areas – family law, commercial, wills/estates, etc. As well as providing tutoring to law students and high school students at a discounted rate/prices. This is the ‘LawTute’ service we provide.
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