What was your first job?
I spent my summer holidays as a student working as a park warden at the Yorkshire Sculpture Park.
What was your worst mistake?
Buying a purple car – not my choice, but vetoed by my wife- not much street cred.
Name one person you would most like to have dinner with.
Michael Parkinson – a true Yorkshireman with a remarkable number of stories to tell.
What was your best subject at school?
Geography – particularly the field trips.
What are your hobbies?
Caravanning with my family. I love getting away from it all in the great outdoors and relaxing with the odd glass of wine.
What would you do if you won the Lotto?
Three numbers – probably buy a takeaway on the way home. Six numbers – I've always wanted to sail around the world, so that would have to be somewhere near the top of the wish-list.
What is your top-time saving tip?
Do the difficult things first – the longer you leave them the more difficult they seem and the longer they take.
What is your favourite time of the day?
Mornings – seeing the excitement in my two daughters' faces as they rush around the house.
What is your favourite garment?
Sowester – for the great outdoors – see above.
What is the best thing about being in Yorkshire?
The honesty of the people. It's God's own county with great cities and spectacular land-scapes.
What would your epitaph be?
"He weren't a bad lad."
Alistair McKinlay is a partner from Emsleys Solicitors and Estate Agents in Leeds