At a time when lawyers think little about jumping from firm to firm in search of a bigger paycheck and unfulfilled lawyers are taking early retirement, the 50-year partnership between San Antonio lawyers Anthony “Nic” Nicholas and Roy Barrera Sr. is a throwback to a different era.
In 1957 — the year Nicholas and Barrera launched their firm on a handshake — Dwight D. Eisenhower was president, a first-class stamp cost 3 cents and “Leave It to Beaver” premiered on CBS.
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