October 19, 2010
Indiana Supreme Court Lecture
Justice Brandeis - Stories from His Life and Personal Memories of His Grandson
Speaker: Frank Gilbert, Senior Field Representative, National Trust for Historic Preservation
Time: 5:00 p.m.
Location: Wynne Courtroom (Room 100), Inlow Hall, 530 West New York Street, Indianapolis
Contact: Shaun Ingram at (317) 278-4789 or email@example.com
Frank Gilbert, grandson of Justice Brandeis will deliver the Indiana Supreme Court Lecture: "Justice Brandeis - Stories from His Life and Personal Memories of His Grandson" on October 19 at 5:00 p.m. in the Wynne Courtroom (room 100). 1.0 Hours of CLE credit (pending approval) No fee, but registration required: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Frank B. Gilbert is a senior field representative at the National Trust for Historic Preservation. He works with local governments in many parts of the United States, helping them to develop or strengthen programs to protect and improve landmark buildings and historic districts. His work has taken him to almost all of the 50 states, including current assignments in Oklahoma, South Dakota, Mississippi and New Mexico. Before coming to the Trust, Mr. Gilbert was executive director of the New York City Landmarks Preservation Commission. Over a nine year period he helped to develop the historic preservation program in a city known for tearing down landmarks and building skyscrapers. He directed the work on designating 25 historic districts including Greenwich Village, Gramercy Park and Soho. Mr. Gilbert was a leader in the successful effort to save Grand Central Station. The preservation of Grand Central and the constitutionality of historic preservation were upheld in a major U.S. Supreme Court decision in 1978 (Penn Central Transportation Co. v. City of New York, 438 U.S. 104). He is a lawyer and a member of the District of Columbia bar. Mr. Gilbert is one of four grandchildren of Justice Louis Brandeis. His mother, Susan, was the older of Justice Brandeis two daughters.