Peter Rodd joined Boys & Maughan in 1976, was admitted as a solicitor in 1978, became a partner in 1981 and was senior partner from 2012-2017. He was also a Public Notary between 1989 and 2017.
Peter is the Law Society Council member for the Residential Property Seat and a member of the Conveyancing and Land Law and Property Section Committees and the Conveyancing Quality Scheme (CQS) Technical Panel.
Peter Rodd was Past President and Secretary of the Isle of Thanet Law Society. He was Chair of the Law Society Property Section and was the Law Society Council member for the Commercial Property Seat and a member of the Council Membership Committee. Peter also sat 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.
Outside of the office Peter Rodd is a Freeman of the City of London and a Liveryman in The Worshipful Company of Scriveners.
In July 2019 Peter was presented with a Modern Law Conveyancing Awards Lifetime Achievement Award in recognition of his considerable contribution to the profession.