In move that spells the end for Weil, Gotshal & Manges‘s decades-old estate planning practice, the chair of the firm’s trusts group, Carlyn McCaffrey, and six colleagues have decamped to McDermott Will & Emery, which announced the moves in a statement released Thursday.

“When I came to Weil thirty-six years ago, the trusts and estate practice was 10 percent of the firm, which had 90 attorneys,” McCaffrey tells The Am Law Daily in explaining her decision to leave her longtime professional home. “But over the last number of years the firm’s practice has gone in a different direction. It became very interested in big corporate work and less interested in individual client work.”

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