Peter Rodd is the Senior Partner of a 13 partner award-winning high street practice based in East Kent.
He is immediate past Chair of the Law Society Property Section, the Law Society Council member for the Commercial Property Seat, a member of its Conveyancing Quality Scheme (CQS) technical panel and a former member of the Council Membership Committee. Peter also sits on the Law Society Money Laundering Task Force and is a past member of the Society’s Home Information Pack and e-Conveyancing Task Forces.
Peter has written numerous articles for various legal publications relating to property matters, mortgage fraud, money laundering and regulation and is a regular lecturer on these subjects. He is the joint author of the CQS Toolkit and of the compulsory Mortgage Fraud Training Course for CQS firms.
In his role as a member of the Conveyancing Association Management Committee, Peter has a particular focus on the need to provide specialist advice to large and small firms alike, work with regulators to clarify areas of uncertainty, and assist the profession in meeting the changing demands of the legal market place.