Daniel Fitzpatrick Re-Elected as Housing Representative for the Law Society Council
The Law Society have recently confirmed the re-election of Hodge Jones & Allen’s housing partner, Daniel Fitzpatrick as representative on the Law Society Council. Daniel will once again represent the Housing Law practice area. These seats are in addition to the Law Society’s geographical constituency seats. The Council comprises 100 seats in total.
Daniel is Deputy Head of Housing at Hodge Jones & Allen and is one of the leading housing solicitors on the Grenfell Public Inquiry. His work also includes representing individuals affected by homelessness, housing disrepair and unlawful evictions.
Commenting on his election for another 4 year term, Dan said
“I am delighted to be elected again onto the Council to make sure important housing law issues are closely considered by the Law Society. I have seen during the pandemic the tragic effects on families and the constant housing issues for hundreds and hundreds of people. I will continue to give a voice to those I represent and make sure that the Law Society has an impact on any policies that affect them.”
Daniel is a regular commentator on housing issues, speaking on radio and television, to raise awareness and bring about justice for tenants, leaseholders and freeholders.