Firm Profile > Stone King LLP > Bath, England

Stone King LLP
13 QUEEN SQUARE
BATH
BA1 2HJ
England

Charities and not-for-profit Tier 1

The charity and social enterprise team at Stone King LLP is a dominant force in the South West, advising on all aspects of charities law for over 1,000 charities a year. In particular, it has expertise in dealing with social enterprise organisations; museums and arts and heritage organisations; religious and faith organisations; educational charities; livery companies; and city corporations. Tim Rutherford, who heads up the firm's national team from Bath, has unparalleled experience working with Roman Catholic charities.

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Testimonials

‘Their willingness to support clients with all aspects of their charitable businesses and providing advice in a timely and friendly manner makes the practice stand above others. The team also have a thorough understanding of the organisation, which supports the provision of advice on various matters.’

‘Tim Rutherford provides an excellent service to my organisation. He responds quickly to all enquiries and provides simple and comprehensive advice, even when the subject matter may be very complex indeed. He is very approachable and is always willing to help.’

‘The team is very responsive and is made up of individuals who have a serious understanding of their subject and can explain issues to clients in a manner that is instantly understandable to the non-expert.’

‘Excellent knowledge of their subject area. Very articulate. Very good understanding of their clients’ activities, operations and needs.’

Key clients

Methodist Minister’s Housing Society

Society of Jesus

Downside Abbey

Faithful Companions of Jesus

Diocese of Arundel and Brighton

Jonathan Burchfield as Interim Manager of the Essex Islamic Academy

Ethiopian Orthodox Tewahdo Church of St Mary of Debre Tsion

Sutton’s Hospital in Charterhouse

Brentwood Roman Catholic Diocesan Trust

The Society of St Stephen’s House

English Province of the Congregation of Our Lady of Charity of the Good Shepherd CIO

The Carmelite Charitable Trust

Julian House

Sisters of Christian Retreat

Society of the Holy Child Jesus

The Sisters of the Divine Saviour

Screenskills

The Royal Photographic Society of Great Britain

Fairfield Farm Trust

Family Action

Diocese of Westminster

The Polish Catholic Mission

Royal Society of Medicine

Catch 22

St John’s Foundation Est. 1174

Bath Rugby Community Foundation

Dorothy House

Alliance of Religions and Conservation

Crime: general Tier 1

In Bath, the crime and regulatory team at Stone King LLP received a boost through the firm's merger with legacy Mowbray Woodwards, adding Matthew Graham, an expert in business crime and fraud work who now leads the department, and senior associate Nicholas Wragg, a solicitor-advocate who focuses on serious sexual and violent offences. Andrew Banks, who is also a solicitor-advocate, has experience in criminal defence, as well as private prosecutions, civil proceedings and standalone Proceeds of Crime Act applications.

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It is my opinion that Matthew Graham and his team not only provide outstanding legal services, but provide a road map, that if followed can improve the lives of their clients without the need for extreme punishment. This is not the easy option, but if the client wants to change their life, it is method that I believe I am proof that it works. Matthews intervention has changed my life.’

Stone King has a long established client base and having merged with Mowbrays is now the main player in the Bath region in private crime work. It has solicitors with a real depth of knowledge; their instructions to counsel make clear the amount of work they put into the case before it is sent out ; and they continue to be involved as part of a defence team making strategic decisions throughout the life of the case. They provide unparalleled client care and are always trying to up their game through their CPD events which I’ve attended and which often feature contributions from experts in other fields.

Nick Wragg is an extremely hard working individual who provides excellent client care and can think laterally about how to approach difficult aspects of a case. Andrew Banks will leave no stone unturned to assist clients or counsel in preparing a case.

Education Tier 1

The national specialist education practice of Stone King LLP provides broad advice and expertise across the area, with particular strength in independent schools, further education (FE) colleges and Church of England schools. The firm has expertise in procurement, criminal procedures and supporting schools in defending disability discrimination claims at the Special Educational Needs and Disability (SENDIST) tribunal, as well as advising diocesan boards of education, multi-academy trusts (MATs) and maintained schools. The immigration team advises clients on sponsorship applications for MATs and also assists schools with Brexit preparations. The team is co-led by Roger Inman; Graham Burns; Tom Morrison; and Helen Tucker, who is head of the independent schools team.

Testimonials

Continutiy of personnel and understanding of the sector specific issues we face. Balanced and practical advice offered.’

Helen Tucker is the relationship manager and my experience is very positive. Her responses are very timely and show a great understanding of the legal elements of issues which are explained clearly but also an understanding of the boarding school environment. Her ultimate advice is always very balanced.’

Experts in a wide range of fields with open access to the most appropriate person who is always an expert in their field. They listen carefully to our needs and do not over complicate their advice. Always efficient and never let you down.’

Helen Tucker is superb.’

We have a very strong, long-standing working relationship with Stone King. As a firm they have taken the time meet with us at the school and ensure they have a thorough understanding of us both as a wider school group and in relation to the needs of our constituent schools, in addition to our obligations as a charity. This is underpinned by Stone King.’

We know many of the key lawyers in the Education Team, who between them have a wealth of experience and a deep understanding of the independent schools.’

 

Key clients

Monkton Combe School

Kingswood School

Palladian Academy Trust

Cotswold Beacon Academy Trust

Clevedon Learning Trust

Wellsway Multi Academy Trust

Midsomer Norton Schools Partnership

The Girls’ Day School Trust

United Learning Trust

Anglian Learning Trust

Ark Schools

Ormiston Academies Trust

Astrea

Peterborough Diocesan Education Trust

Red Kite Learning Trust

United Church Schools Trust

Inspiration Trust

King Edward VI Academy Trust

E-ACT

Princethorpe College

Commercial litigation: Gloucestershire, Somerset and Wiltshire Tier 2

Stone King LLP acts for companies, charities, education providers and high-net-worth individuals in a range of disputes. It is particularly strong for contractual and property litigation and has growing expertise in Companies Act claims, insolvency litigation and asset finance disputes. Practice head Tony Pidgeon focuses on real estate and commercial disputes with a niche in representing education sector clients in property litigation. Paul Sutton has particular experience in acting for charities and counts breach of trust claims, construction litigation and contractual disputes among his areas of expertise.

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Employment: Gloucestershire, Somerset and Wiltshire Tier 2

Stone King LLP's employment department works closely with the firm's nationally-recognised education practice, as well as regularly advising clients in the charities sector. The team handles a wide variety of complex industry-specific matters, including teachers' pensions and TUPE-related issues. Elsewhere, the group also has strong links in the transport sector and a growing client base in the hospitality industry. Peter Woodhouse, who is an expert in the logistics sector, heads up the team. John McMullen is a recognised authority on TUPE.

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Commercial property: Gloucestershire, Somerset and Wiltshire Tier 3

Known for its expertise in the charity sector, the Stone King LLP team is led by Caroline Taylor, who has a particular focus on retail leases with turnover rents, pre-lets, commercial and mixed-use leasing and development projects. Also notable is Hugh Pearce, who specialises in matters related to the charity and education sectors.

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Key clients

Downside Abbey General Trust

FirstLight Trust

Clevedon Learning Trust

Bernardine Sisters

English Mission of the Sisters of St Louis CIO

Hanley Castle High School

Charterhouse

Nottinghamshire and Derbyshire Area Quaker Meeting

Leigh Academies Trust

Family Tier 3

Stone King LLP's Bath-based family law team is experienced in litigation as well as alternative dispute resolution, and its range of expertise covers financial, cohabitation and children cases. Practice head Tracey Smith specialises in complex matrimonial finance cases. The firm merged in December 2019 with fellow Bath firm Mowbray Woodwards Solicitors to form one of the largest family teams in the region.

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‘Meg Moss is a consummate professional. Her strengths include utilising her detailed legal knowledge to ensure a fair resolution to challenging cases whilst always being mindful of clients’ legal costs. She is approachable, thorough, pleasant, empathetic, reliable, responsive, very efficient and works with her clients’ best interests foremost in mind. She gives honest appraisals and outlines clearly the options available for any given situation.’

‘I was greatly relieved by the efficient and informed level of advice I received. Salient information was conveyed quickly and clearly. I was given an overview of my case and the strengths and weaknesses of my legal position, which was justified with relevant experience and information. When I raised issues, these were responded to without undue delay. On any occasion where my solicitor was not available, I felt her personal assistant was genuinely well informed of the details of my case and capable of dealing with or referring ongoing matters as required.’

‘I would like to commend Meg Moss for the consistently exceptional service that she provided me. Her advice was informed by a wealth of experience, and was detailed, accurate and succinct. She brought a keen intellect, a great sense of humour and real personal warmth to her interactions with me. She demonstrated an understanding of my personal situation, which I valued immensely. On a personal and professional level, she is absolutely the solicitor you want in your corner during any matrimonial or custodial dispute.’

Personal tax, trusts and probate Tier 3

Stone King LLP's private client team significantly expanded following the firm's acquisition of Mowbray Woodwards Solicitors in December 2019, which brought with it the arrival of David Whitworth. Specialisms include services for older and vulnerable clients and cross-border taxation work. Alison Allen heads up the team, while Daniel Harris leads the international and cross-border team, and Kathryn Layzell the domestic trusts and estates team.

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‘They are professional, personable and a pleasure to deal with.’

‘David Whitworth is very knowledgeable and helpful and has a rare skill of being able to communicate very complex matters in a client-friendly manner.’

‘Rebecca Broom is very personable and always willing to go the extra mile for clients in need of help.’

‘A local and approachable firm who can understand sometimes unusual international estate planning needs.’

‘Approachable, professional, interested in our needs and in finding the best solution.’

‘Multi-jurisdictional probate cases are handled with consummate professionalism and the knowledge and advice is second to none.’

Property litigation Tier 3

At Stone King LLP, disputes and litigation head Tony Pidgeon has a specialism in commercial property related disputes, working with clients in sectors including the firm's key areas of education and charity. Recent work of note has included breach of trust claims, dilapidations claims and disputes concerning rights to light.

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National Heritage Memorial Fund

Notre Dame de France

Education: schools Tier 1

Stone King LLP has a first-rate reputation advising non-faith schools, further education colleges and Church of England (CofE) schools. Cambridge-based head Roger Inman heads up the education group, which has a specialism in academy transfers between multi-academy-trusts and conversions. Graham Burns has significant experience of the academies space and advises both local authorities and private schools.  Lee Coley is the key contact on the faith schools side, mainly advising CofE schools and Jewish schools. In Bath, the independent schools sub-group is led by Helen Tucker, who advises on international projects. Tom Morrison leads the further education practice.

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Helen Tucker is the relationship manager and my experience is very positive. Her responses are very timely and she shows a great understanding of the legal elements of issues which are explained clearly but also an understanding of the boarding school environment. Her ultimate advice is always very balanced.’

Client relationship, knowledge of our school, accessibility. Extremely thorough.

Completely trustworthy. detailed advice and knowledge of our school. Highly recommended.’

Key clients

United Learning Trust

Anglian Learning Trust

Ark Schools

Ormiston Academies Trust

Astrea

Peterborough Diocesan Education Trust

Red Kite Learning Trust

United Church Schools Trust (independent schools group)

Inspiration Trust

Girls’ Day School Trust (independent schools group)

Charities and not-for-profit Tier 2

Stone King LLP acts for more than 1,000 charities, including more than 200 of the largest charities in the UK. The practice works from the firm's offices in London, Bath, Bristol, Birmingham, Cambridge and Leeds. Key partner Robert Meakin moved to Keystone Law in London in early 2020, so senior associate Alexandra Steffensen now leads the Cambridge charity and social enterprise group. The firm handles all aspects of charity law, including property matters, incorporation, governance and financing.

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Charities and not-for-profit Tier 2

Stone King LLP is a specialist charity boutique with a national presence. The firm acts for a broad range of charities and advises clients in the heritage and arts, religion and faith, and education sectors. Recent clients for the group include Blue Marine Foundation, Climate Action Trust and WeCare International. Tom Murdoch heads up the Leeds-based practice.

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Key clients

Joseph Rowntree Reform Trust

Society of Jesus

Queen Ethelberga’s (Leeds office)

Faithful Companions of Jesus

Education & Training Foundation (Leeds office)

Tom Murdoch as Interim Manager of the Central Gurdwara (Leeds office)

Resolution Foundation (Leeds office)

Sutton’s Hospital in Charterhouse

Brentwood Roman Catholic Diocesan Trust

English Province of the Congregation of Our Lady of Charity of the Good Shepherd CIO

The Royal Society (Leeds office)

Climate Advisers Trust (Leeds office)

Sisters of Christian Retreat

Society of the Holy Child Jesus

IMPRESS (Leeds office)

Screenskills

The Royal Photographic Society of Great Britain

Blue Marine Foundation (Leeds office)

Family Action

Health Empowerment Project (Leeds office)

Charted Institute of Taxation (Leeds office)

Royal Society of Medicine

Catch 22

Charities and not-for-profit Tier 2

Under the direction of Stephen Ravenscroft and Hannah Kubie, the charity and social enterprise team at Stone King LLP acts for over 1,000 charities on an annual basis, including at least 200 of the country’s largest charities. It has particular expertise in working with religious and faith organisations, among them the Catholic Church, the Church of England and other religious groups. It is also well known for its work with educational charities, charities that work with young people, military charities, heritage, art and museum organisations, social enterprises and publicly funded charities. It is increasingly active advising livery companies and City corporations. Other key names include Julian Blake, Reema Mathur and Ann Phillips.

Testimonials

Julian Blake combines exceptional professional expertise with a deep commitment to clients and the charity and not-for-profit sector. He is renowned as one of the top charity solicitors practising in the UK today and for developing innovative cross-sector social enterprise structures for public services

Reema Mathur is very active in the market and proactive in the sector

‘Hannah Kubie comes up with very creative solutions and is a lateral thinker

Stephen Ravenscroft is an educational specialist

Key clients

Save the Children International

Changing Faces

Ambitious about Autism

National Heritage Memorial Fund

The National Trust

Royal Society of Medicine

Catch 22

National Autistic Society

Sutton’s Hospital in Charterhouse

The Royal Photographic Society of Great Britain

Family Action

Higher Education Statistics Agency

Diocese of Westminster

The Corporation of Trinity House

Institute of Grocery Distribution

The Polish Catholic Mission

Team Rubicon UK

Sherborne School

Unlocked Graduates

The Worshipful Company of Haberdashers and associated charities

Education Tier 2

Roger Inman, Graham Burns, Helen Tucker and Tom Morrison lead Stone King LLP’s education sector work nationally with Morrison serving as head of further education out of the firm's Leeds office. The Leeds team offers a full service, specialising in operational, transactional, property, construction, human resources and employment law. The team acts for many schools across Yorkshire and the Humber region on retainer arrangements, supporting the schools with their daily operational needs.

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West Suffolk College

London South East Education Group

Easton & Otley College (now merged)

Leeds College of Building

Nescot College

Bradford College

Hereward College

Education & Training Foundation (Government-funded sector body)

The Sheffield College

Altus Education Partnership

Immigration Tier 2

The Cambridge office of Stone King LLP has a specialist immigration practice that acts for individuals as well as for organisations in the education and charity sectors. Partner Julie Moktadir has built the practice over the last two years and has extensive experience in the UK government's points-based system that determines applications for people to enter or remain in the UK. The practice frequently assists faith-based organisations with issues faced by religious workers and volunteers, and advises on shortages of occupation across the charity and education sectors.

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The team is led by a very knowledgeable member who has exceptional understanding of the immigration system, particularly in education which relates specifically to our organisation. The team responds exceptionally quickly to queries which, when relating to immigration, is a vital requirement for our organisation.

Julie Moktadir is the key person I deal with on the team. She is approachable, and able to sift through legalities relating to immigration to give clear guidance to lay members of staff. She is personable and has an engaging style that puts clients at ease and comfortable to raise any queries, regardless of level.

I have found the team most helpful and speedy in answering any query. A recent webinar was extremely helpful for me and showed very good team work.

Julie Moktadir has been for me a most helpful guide and at all times, even now in this present COVID-19 crisis, always ready to explain any point necessary. I am grateful for all the guidance I receive.

As far as my experience goes, the team at Stone King LLP works together giving a sense of trust to the client who comes to know that the team is capable of answering the needs the client may have.

My institution worked with Stone King in relation to changing to a CIO and regarding immigration issues. I dealt very much with Julie Moktadir and her team. I found Julie and the members of her team very up to date in their field of work, very much available, super-patient and able to answer promptly with competence any queries or doubts I may have had. Moreover, they were able to successfully lead us to the completion of our need.

From my experience, I can say that Stone King LLP is a very serious firm, always acting in a very professional manner. They are always very helpful; if they cannot help with an issue they are honest and advise to get help from another competent firm. As they have different expertise they are able to deliver advice in a personal way.

The person that had dealt with my immigration issues has been very helpful indeed. She knew very well how to do the process, and did it in a very professional manner. I could rely on her and if I had any query, herself or another colleague was ready to help me through the telephone. I got my status of citizenship in a few weeks as she presented all the documentation in a proper way.

Key clients

Sisters of the Sacred Heart of Jesus and Mary

Sisters Hospitallers of the Sacred Heart of Jesus

Tenzo

Cambridge Cancer Genomics

Public sector Tier 2

Stone King LLP has more than 30 years' experience in advising state funded schools, and a much longer history of assisting independent schools. More recently, it has moved into work for FE colleges and CofE schools. Education is a core practice area for the firm, along with charity and business law, and the Cambridge office is a key hub for its national practice, which supports more than 2,000 state schools and 100 independent schools. Head of the firm's education sector group Roger Inman also advises on school governance and reorganisation.

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The team can be contacted very easily and will respond to issues in a timely fashion. Of late, work has been undertaken by paralegals and this has reduced costs. We have found the paralegals to be very enthusiastic and tenacious in their approach.

Roger Inman is the fount of all knowledge.

In addition to delivering in full what is requested by clients, Stone King will look to add value and other beneficial dimensions to the service they provide.

Their knowledge of the sector is in-depth and they are proactive in assisting clients to influence policy changes in regulatory settings.

Key clients

United Learning

United Church Schools Trust

Unity Schools Partnership

Astrea

West Suffolk College

Anglian Learning

CAM Trust

Active Learning Trust

Raedwald Trust

Peterborough Diocesan Education Trust

Diocese of St Albans Multi Academy Trust

South Suffolk Learning Trust

Inspiration Trust

Felsted School

Wycombe Abbey School

The Chelmsford Learning Partnership

Easton and Otley College

Employment Tier 4

Stone King LLP has four employment partners in its national practice, one of whom is based in East Anglia. Tim Tyndall in Cambridge is a key partner who assists with the firm's national portfolio of work for employers and individuals, notably in the charity and education sectors. The practice also draws upon the skills of nine dedicated HR consultants. The firm's work includes disciplinary, grievance and capability procedures, as well as age, disability, race, sex, sexual orientation and religious discrimination matters.

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The employment and charity expert teams are excellent and have consistently given good advice to us on trustee, employment and governance issues.

Their legal advice is solid, clear and well expressed. They are also very good at confirming best practice and giving practical as well as legal advice on implementation.

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Catholic Charity

International Charity

UK Charity

Education Charity

Social Enterprise Organisation

Employment: Leeds and West Yorkshire; North Yorkshire Tier 5

Stone King LLP’s employment practice has niche expertise in the education and charity sectors. Key contact Polly O’Malley advises an extensive list of multi-academy trusts on strategic HR governance issues, crisis management work, senior exits, TUPE, equality training and trade union negotiations. The team is also acting in several Employment Tribunal disputes including whistleblowing, discrimination and unfair dismissal claims.

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Stone King is a national leader in charity and education law and has won independent praise for the high-quality legal advice it offers to businesses and individuals across the UK.

The firm: Stone King has offices in Bath, Bristol, Birmingham, Cambridge, Leeds and London.

It continues to see growth across its charity, business, education and private client divisions and now employs over 250 people, including 42 partners and 118 fee-earners.

The firm’s sector-leading education team advises over 1,000 maintained and independent schools nationally and has been at the forefront of the academies programme.

Within the third sector, Stone King acts for hundreds of leading charity and not-for-profit organisations across the UK, including many educational establishments and religious groups.

The firm also offers a broad range of commercial legal advice to a wide variety of organisations, from family-run businesses to international companies.

In addition, Stone King has gained independent recognition for its expert advice to individuals and families, particularly on issues relating to care funding and family mediation.

Types of work undertaken
Charity and social enterprise: Stone King’s sector expertise includes advice on the formation and registration of new charities, Charity Commission investigations and review visits, charity mergers, establishing trading subsidiaries, and duties and liabilities of trustees. The firm also specialises in modernising and restructuring charity constitutions, governance and compliance issues, legacy disputes, corporate sponsorship and fundraising.

Education: the firm’s sector-leading work for educational institutions includes academy creation and conversions, governor training, corporate and regulatory issues, student disputes and issues arising from negligence in relation to the provision of education. It also specialises in employment matters including TUPE, the establishment of relevant employment contractual documents and advice on the appointment process.

Employment and HR: Stone King advises clients on a wide range of employment matters including those arising from a business sale, purchase or organisational change, TUPE, changing terms and conditions, restructuring, redundancy, dismissal and discrimination. The firm also provides representation at employment tribunals and HR support.

Commercial property: the firm specialises in commercial, charitable, educational and social housing work, providing expert advice on all aspects of planning and environmental law.

Construction: Stone King’s work covers a range of projects, from refurbishment works in existing facilities to large-scale new developments. This includes legal advice on construction procurement, building contracts and preparing bespoke schedules of amendments to standard forms, consultants appointments, letters of intent, collateral warranties, funding agreements, and PFI/PPP documentation.

Corporate and commercial: the firm advises on a wide range of commercial matters including business start-ups, administration and compliance, director duties and liabilities, IT, IP, shareholder and joint venture agreements.

Dispute resolution: Stone King’s expertise encompasses contentious work involving litigation, arbitration and alternative dispute resolution.

Transport: the firm offers specialist advice on all aspects of road transport legislation, including public inquiries, appeals to the Transport Tribunal, tachograph and drivers’ hours regulation, construction and use regulations and the bus service operators grant.

Trusts and estates: Stone King provides bespoke advice to individuals on wills, trusts and tax planning, including advice on overseas assets. In addition the team is developing a strong reputation in providing specialist advice to clients in later life and their families and carers, particularly issues relating to care funding.

Family law and mediation: the firm’s expertise includes advice on divorce and separation, mediation, cohabitation, civil partnership, prenuptial agreements and cases involving children.

Residential property: Stone King specialises in local and national sales and purchases, transfers of equity, shared ownership, new-build purchases, residential leases and remortgages.

Court and regulatory: Stone King handles all manner of crime, including white-collar crime and fraud. The firm also specialises in regulatory defence in matters such as environmental, consumer protection and health and safety issues.

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Chairman Alison Allen
Managing partner Steven Greenwood
Photo Name Position Profile
 Alison Allen  photo Alison Allen Alison is a Partner and Stone King’s Chairman. Alison joined Stone King…
 Andrew Banks  photo Andrew Banks Andrew is a Partner and Head of the Court and Regulatory Team.…
 Michael Brotherton  photo Michael Brotherton Michael is a Partner and specialises in all areas of Education Law,…
 Ciara Campfield  photo Ciara Campfield Ciara has amassed a wealth of experience advising a range of education…
 Caroline Fell  photo Caroline Fell Caroline recognises that, with the right guidance, it is eminently preferable for…
 Steven Greenwood  photo Steven Greenwood Steven is Managing Partner of Stone King. He joined the firm as…
 Charles Hayward  photo Charles Hayward Charles is a Partner and specialises in personal tax, trust & probate…
 Stephanie Howarth  photo Stephanie Howarth Stephanie is a Partner in the Commercial Property Team. Stephanie deals with a…
 Sarah Lane  photo Sarah Lane Sarah is a Partner and Head of the Business Property Team. Sarah…
 Andrew Mortimer  photo Andrew Mortimer Andrew specialises in estate planning advice for private individuals, particularly inheritance tax…
 Hugh Pearce  photo Hugh Pearce Hugh is a Partner and advises on a broad range of property…
 Paul Sutton  photo Paul Sutton Paul is a Partner at Stone King LLP and has over 20…
 Caroline Taylor  photo Caroline Taylor Caroline has extensive experience of all aspects of commercial property with a…
 Nick Watson  photo Nick Watson Nick is a Partner and Head of the Employment, Regulatory and Dispute…
 Amanda Watts  photo Amanda Watts Amanda Watts qualified as a Solicitor in 2003, having graduated from Leicester…
Number of UK partners : 42
Number of other UK fee-earners : 118
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