Peter Snodgrass is an Agricultural Lawyer and has been practicing for 22 years, firstly at Burges Salmon in Bristol, then in Stratford upon Avon for a firm now called Shakespeare Martineau.
He specialises in land and property issues, in particular agricultural holdings and family farming partnerships. He finds working with farmers very stimulating, often inspiring and sometimes very amusing. He is grateful to be working in this sector with such interesting people, and is only surprised that more lawyers do not devote themselves to agriculture.
Peter is a Christian and has been a trustee of his local Baptist church. He is married with three children. Aside from his day job, he enjoys hill-walking, and plays (in amateur manner) the horn in the Stratford Symphony Orchestra and chess for the Stratford Chess Club.
He very much looks forward to working with the other trustees and staff to further the Fund’s objectives.