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Spotlight on Harman Randhawa

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So what do you know?  We ask Harman Randhawa, Insolvency Solicitor, what makes him tick?

Why did you become a lawyer?

I have always found the law fascinating, how much it affects each and everyone’s lives, in particular how it underpins society and social behaviours without people questioning or entirely understanding them.    

What piece of wisdom would you pass on to a child?

You can accomplish anything you set your mind to.  

What is your unfulfilled ambition?

I always wanted to become an Actor, whether that is still on the cards for me, who knows?

Persons who most influenced your life?

Without a doubt my parents, always there whenever I need some advice and a hug. Also, they’d disown me if I said anyone else!

What do people get wrong about you?

Being quite tall, people always assume that I play basketball or that I should play basketball.

Pet hates?

People who walk slow.  

Favourite book?

12 Rules of Life, Jordan Petersen. Simple things that can change your life; can’t say I’ve implemented too many myself, but still a great read.

Favourite movie?

What’s the first rule of Fight Club? 

Favourite destination I’ve been to?

Singapore, a truly magnificent city. However, I can’t say that I enjoyed paying £23 for a pint.

TV or Radio?

TV, although who doesn’t love listening to Ally McCoist on talkSPORT in the morning?

Favourite song?

Impossible task and whilst I can’t say I would listen to one song on repeat, if I had to choose it would be Get You by Daniel Caesar.

Greatest invention ever?

The telephone and the ability to converse with someone thousands of miles away instantly. I still can’t get my head around it.

Biggest regret?

Not getting tickets to watch Liverpool v Barcelona at Anfield in 2019.

The person from history you would most like to have a pie and pint with?

Malcom X, to not only be able to speak with a truly prominent figure during the civil rights movement era but also someone who had experienced so much pain in their life yet was able to have such a positive impact on the world.

How would you spend your fantasy 24 hours with no travel restrictions?

I would start the day enjoying some breakfast in Bellagio whilst overlooking Lake Como. Then island hopping in Thailand followed by some snorkelling. To end the day, I would walk the streets of New York at night in the snow taking in everything the city has to offer.

So, now you know a bit more about Harman

There’s more to the Insolvency Solicitor that Harman is in his professional life. If you do need advice and help from Harman in his areas of specialism, just call him on 0121 200 7040 or contact him. The first discussion, over the ‘phone or a coffee, is free.