Trusts and Estates national head Joshua Rubenstein is quoted in this article on the success of trusts and estates lawyers at large corporate firms. "We're like Marcus Welby," he notes, referring to the iconic family doctor of 1970s television. "We're generalists. We have to know about areas other than T&E, like tax and real estate. And we have to be able to diagnose people's problems." This breadth of knowledge is well suited to the growth in the market. The scope of trusts and estates work—whether in forming trusts, establishing philanthropy, or helping in business succession planning—is expanding. ("Trusts and Estates Lawyers Are Now Moneymakers: Business of Law," March 22, 2015)