Trenches Law News • August 20th, 2021
Recently, Georgina Rudak, head of wayleave and trainee solicitor at Trenches Law, appeared in Topic UK’s ‘Out of Office’ feature. If you missed the article, catch it in full, here…
You arrive home on Friday night after a busy week. What’s the first thing you do?
I generally use a Friday evening to chill out after a busy week! I’ll turn off the laptop, pour myself a glass of wine and enjoy some good TV. In more ‘normal’ times, I also like to get my friends round for a few drinks.
It’s time for the weekend. What are we most likely to find you doing, and where?
On a Saturday, I love to go out with my friends – so I’m delighted that bottomless brunches are back on the menu now!
Socialising (albeit virtually for the past year!) is really important to me – I went to two different universities and therefore have friends dotted all over the country. One lives in London, so as soon as I’m able to, I’ll be spending some time down there.
Saturday night arrives. What’s your idea of the perfect way to spend it?
Enjoying the Leeds nightlife is top of my ‘to-do’ list when everything reopens. I love getting out and about and spending weekends with my pals – along with a beverage or two!
Another thing I have really missed during the lockdowns is live music – attending concerts is one of my favourite pastimes. Hopefully, these will return soon!
It’s Sunday already. What tasks are usually on your ‘to-do’ list?
It completely depends on what I’ve done the night before. I’ve been known to spend the day watching Harry Potter films – and eating McDonalds!
Other Sunday activities I tend to get involved in are cooking and baking – or simply getting all the washing done. A long dog walk also blows away the cobwebs, when the weather’s nice.
Work again tomorrow. Do you get the Sunday blues or look forward to getting back – and why?
I don’t get the blues as I studied for a long time to get to where I am now – I really love my job and the team at Trenches Law.
The weekend’s almost over. What’s the last thing you do before you hit the hay ahead of another week?
Wind down – and typically watch some reality TV!