The newly published Chambers 2024 edition sees Stone King retain the highest rankings in the areas of charity, education, family and matrimonial and criminal law.
In addition, the national firm is also highly rated in the areas of higher and further education, transport, corporate mergers and acquisitions and employment, including for the third sector, as well as real estate.
There are also coveted Chambers rankings for lawyers across Stone King’s specialist sectors of business and social enterprise, charity, education, faith and private client.
Ann Phillips, a Consultant in the charity sector, is named as a Senior Statesperson, while Roger Inman, Head of Education, is awarded the Eminent Practitioner title.
There are top rankings for Caroline Fell, Matthew Graham, Rosamund McCarthy Etherington and Tracey Smith, while Andrew Banks, Laura Berman, Julian Blake, Harriet Broughton, Joanne Burton, Ciara Campfield, Rebecca Eels, Hannah Kubie, Julie Moktadir, Reema Mathur, Tom Morrison, Tom Murdoch, Hugh Pearce, Stephen Ravenscroft, Tim Rutherford, Helen Tucker, Peter Woodhouse, Nicholas Wragg are all recognised by the respected guide.
Katharine Robinson is named an Associate to Watch, while Spotlight status is awarded to both Rebecca Eels and Caroline Fell for their well-regarded work in the area of alternative dispute resolution (mediation).
Chair of Stone King’s Management Board and Head of Education, Roger Inman (pictured), said he was delighted with the rankings: “Chambers remains an important benchmark for us in determining the quality of work we are doing for our valued clients.
“The rankings are also based on independent feedback from our clients and we are delighted to know they are pleased with the work we do for them.”
Stone King dates back to 1785 in Bath where it still has an office. Today it also has offices in Bristol, Birmingham, Cambridge, Leeds, London and Manchester.