Members contribute to a number of journals and other legal outlets, either as editors or regular contributors, or in individual issues. On this page we list some of the recent publications to which members have contributed.

The Trusts and Estates Law and Tax Journal

Edited by Geoffrey Shindler

March 2011 issue (Legalease, 2011)


The March 2011 issue of The Trusts and Estates Law & Tax Journal is exclusively devoted to articles from members of 5 Stone Buildings.

Contributors include:


Michael O'Sullivan - Vinton v Fladgate Fielder. Botched Inheritance Tax planning - the mist has yet to clear

Penelope Reed QC and William East - The removal of trustees by the court

Barbara Rich - Kings v Bultitude - an episcopal from Acacia Road

Ruth Hughes - Presumed Undue Influence

Henry Legge - International Testators

David Rees - Giving it away - Re G (TJ) and the role of substituted judgment

Jordan Holland - The Court of Protection's obligation to enforce foreign judgments: Re MN and Schedule 3 to the Mental Capacity Act 2005


The International Financial Centre Review

2011 Issue


Shân Warnock-Smith QC has written an article for the IFC Review entitled The trust as a valuable planning tool. Please see the IFC Review's website for more details.


Elder Law Journal

Editor: Penny Letts OBE

Consultant Editor: Barbara Rich

Assistant Editor: Ruth Hughes



Publisher's Description: Published in association with Solicitors for the Elderly, the Elder Law Journal is a major new publication that will ensure practitioners and professionals are kept fully up-to-date with the latest analysis, debate and timely information on developments in this area.

Dealing with legal issues affecting older clients, their families and carers, each issue contains news of recent legislative and policy changes, authoritative case reports, invaluable articles and practice notes – all written and compiled by leading experts and specialist practitioners.


Private Client Business

General Editor: Hui Ling McCarthy

Consultant Editor: Christopher Whitehouse

(Sweet & Maxwell)


Publisher's Description: Private Client Business is the leading journal for all those involved with private client work. It is divided into nine sections: inheritance tax, capital gains tax, foreign affairs, trusts, succession, family property, charities, Scotland and residue, each with its own specialist correspondent. It combines both comprehensive coverage on all developments (including case notes, tax tips and traps and Revenue statements), and thoughtful analysis of topical issues by leading commentators. Each year's bound volume serves as an ongoing reference work.