5 Stone Buildings achieves top rankings in 2019 Chambers & Partners High Net Worth Guide

5 Stone Buildings and its members are highly ranked in this year’s edition of the Chambers & Partners High Net Worth Guide. The High Net Worth Guide ranks the top lawyers and firms for private wealth work around the world, based on in-depth research by Chambers & Partners.

Chambers retains its ranking as a Band 1 set in Chancery: Traditional, with the guide stating that chambers is ‘widely regarded as one of the foremost sets in this area‘. Penelope Reed QC is ranked as a ‘star individual’ in the Leading Silks category, with chambers having three other silks in Band 1 and two in Band 2. Chambers has twelve juniors who are individually recommended by the guide in the Chancery: Traditional category, including three in Band 1.

Chambers is ranked in Band 3 in the Tax: Private Client Bar section, with three members listed. Chambers is described as a ‘well-known, market-leading chancery set with a growing private client tax practice’.

Additionally, chambers has four ranked individuals in the Art & Cultural Property Law section, including Henry Legge QC and Luke Harris, who are ranked in Band 1 in the silks and juniors categories respectively.

You can find more detail on the rankings at the Chambers & Partners website here.