Celebrity deaths and estate tax repeal efforts have a way of raising the profile of trusts and estate practices. Both of those have been in the news this year, and both highlight the fact that many top law firms turned away from those practices.

But at midsized firms in New Jersey—whose firmwide head counts might be equal to a large department elsewhere—T&E was never dead and buried, practitioners say.

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