Charities, education and crime have all received Band 1 ratings and, in addition, 18 lawyers have been recognised by the prestigious guide as have eight of the firm’s other teams.
Stone King also has offices in Bath, Bristol, Birmingham, Leeds and London, and scored highly in client feedback which Chambers gathers as part of its rankings.
“I am very proud of our people for their efforts on behalf of clients which have again seen both our lawyers and the firm recognised,” said Steven Greenwood, managing partner.
“We continue to strive to deliver exceptional service for clients and it is great to see us achieving that.
“I am delighted that so many of our lawyers and teams have been ranked and continue to provide excellent legal services.”
Other areas ranked by Chambers are higher & further education, family & matrimonial, transport, corporate M&A and real estate.
The latest guide has also increased the number of the firm’s lawyers ranked. Newly recognised by the guide are Tom Morrison, head of further education, and Tracey Smith, head of family & mediation.
They join the ranks of lawyers from across the firm’s specialist sectors of business, charity & social enterprise, education, and private client.
Maintaining her existing ranking in the charity & social enterprise sector is senior associate Alexandra Steffensen, who is rated as One to Watch.
Eight other lawyers have also maintained their rankings in the charities category, including Ann Phillips who is named a Senior Statesperson, Hannah Kubie, Julian Blake, Reema Mathur, Stephen Ravenscroft, Tim Rutherford and Tom Murdoch.
In the education team Roger Inman is named a Senior Statesperson, with Helen Tucker and Stephen Ravenscroft also ranked.
Caroline Fell and Meg Moss are both recognised for their work in family and matrimonial, while Hugh Pearce is ranked in real estate.
Andrew Banks and Peter Woodhouse are both ranked in the category of transport.
Stone King is at Bateman House 82-88 Hills Road in Cambridge and contactable on 0800 111 4336.