On the 50th anniversary of Caroll, Burdick & McDonough in 1998, partner Bertrand LeBlanc II and others first started talking about ways to preserve the firm’s past.

Now, eight years later, LeBlanc says he’s “applying the blue flame” to the firm’s oldest partners and alumni to pony up artifacts from the firm’s history.

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