Hannah Kubie > Stone King LLP > London, England > Lawyer Profile

Stone King LLP

Work Department

Charity and social enterprise, education.


Hannah is a Partner specialising in charity law and governance and social enterprise. Hannah advises charities and social enterprises on incorporation and registrations, governance issues, commercial operations and mergers and transfers.

Her particular expertise is in contracts and grants and she acts for a number of publicly funded organisations. She frequently advises on collaborations and partnerships, procurement and trading.  She is also experienced in the establishment of academies and free schools, both as part of single model and multi-model academy trusts.

Hannah works closely with the firm’s Corporate team in the area of social finance, which includes advising organisations seeking to raise funds and advising charities on their social investments. An active member of the Charity Law Association, Hannah recently participated in its working party on the Law Commission’s consultation on a new social investment power for charities.


Trained and qualified at Linklaters LLP (corporate/financial markets) from 2005; solicitor at Capsticks LLP (commercial, healthcare) from 2009; joined Stone King in 2010; partner Stone King LLP 2015.


Law Society, Charity Law Association.


Dr Challoner’s High School; King’s College London (LLB); Nottingham Law School (LPC).


Life drawing, piano, exercise.

Lawyer Rankings

London > Private client > Charities and not-for-profit

Co-led by Stephen Ravenscroft and Hannah Kubie, Stone King LLP has an enviable reputation in the market for its work on a broad range of issues from crisis management work to advising on innovative charity formations and registrations. It has a strong national offering, and is particularly well regarded for its work with education-related charities and faith charities. Julian Blake is another important member of the ‘friendly and responsive‘ department. Rosamund McCarthy Etherington is a leading charity lawyer who works across many sectors, and has a keen interest in governance, while Ann Phillips is another known name in the market who has a wealth of experience in diverse areas, and has advised many long-established charities on complex trusts and endowments. Lee Coley has a broad practice that predominantly focuses on ecclesiastical law and charity law affecting the Church of England. Chris Jones joined the team from Harris & Harris.