"Whatever you do will take up most of your time. Do something you love," said Joshua Rubenstein, partner and national chair of the Private Wealth practice, in a recent interview with Private Client Global Elite.

In the interview, Joshua discussed why he became an attorney, his proudest professional moment, his worst day at work, what he would do if he weren't a lawyer, his advice for a trainee just starting out and what he anticipates will be the most significant trend in his practice over the next 12 months.

When asked about the most shocking request he's received from a client, Joshua said, "I had a favorite grande dame who asked me to put a provision in her will directing that her body be cremated and that her executor scatter her ashes at her local Westfield Shopping Mall, so she knew that her children would visit."

In the Spotlight: Joshua Rubenstein