Partner, Lawyer and Legal consultant

Elisa Pavanello

I am a partner at WI LEGAL, I am a lawyer, a legal consultant and I manage the Consulting Division. I hold a PhD in comparative and European legal studies and I work in the fields of employment law, social security law and privacy law. I work with medium and large-sized companies, providing assistance to HR departments. I have gained significant experience in the field of procurement and occupational safety. I deal with the inspection procedures conducted by authorities, assisting companies from the first-access stage.

What do you like about the work you do?

I like being a lawyer with a pragmatic and problem-solving approach to the issues I am faced with. I chose to join Wi Legal because it is different from other firms because there is a multidisciplinary approach and the continual exchange of different points of view helps to see reality from a different perspective, always maintaining a high level of stimulation, learning and promoting professional growth.

What do you like about the work you do?

Often what worries us when dealing with change is the fear of failure. But the real failure is not trying.

Reliability and punctuality. These are fundamental characteristics that I seek to guarantee with both colleagues and with the companies and people I work with because I believe it is essential to offer a service that is on time, clear and that takes into account the real needs that have been expressed to us.

If we want the best people, we have to know how to engage and involve them.

What is important to you at work?

If we want the best people, we have to know how to engage and involve them.

I really enjoy the coordination of the consultancy division, which I have been involved in over the last few years because this has led to great growth and professional development for me and has made me a point of reference within the firm. There is a direct relationship and mutual respect between us colleagues that genuinely makes our working environment a great place to be.

If we want the best people, we have to know how to engage and involve them. It is essential to bring out the best in people and to help them to do their best, because each of us has our own abilities, passions and curiosity and it is only by fostering and stimulating them that we will put people in a position to do extraordinary things.