Even though the INSOL Conference and our annual INSOL 5KM Fun Run have been understandably cancelled, we have decided to hold an “INSOL Tribute Run” in lieu. But we need your support! We are inviting runners from across the world to run 5KM on Monday 16 March then send us a picture and message to be posted on our Offshore Litigation Blog.
If you're interested, please send a running photo to Olivia Newling-Ward along with a few lines. Nothing will be published without your prior full authorisation.
We suggest you answer some of these questions:
- Why do you enjoy running?
- How did you get into it?
- What time of day do you manage to fit it in?
- Do you run with family/friends/colleagues? Tell us about that.
- Where is the most interesting place you have been running?
Asia Managing Partner and INSOL Fellow Ian Mann shares his blog:
Running makes me feel acutely alive. It shakes out the stress and inspires creative thinking. My favourite time of day to run, if I can make it, is 4:30 am. Getting a jump on the day and watching the city slowly wake up – as well as a few people just returning home from a night out – is the best start to the day. Most Monday evenings, at least a few of us will hit the hills, head torches on. Sounds weird, but we even go for a swift pint afterwards. The pub we go to has a special corner for the sweaty runners. The most interesting place I have been running is Bhutan. They weren’t joking about those hills!
We look forward to receiving your pictures and wish you safe running!
The Harneys Litigation, Insolvency and Restructuring team