Attorney Kevin Murray Receives Degree in Historic Preservation

Expands legal practice to benefit historic preservation

May 13, 2014

Frost Brown Todd Indianapolis attorney Kevin Charles Murray has graduated from the College of Architecture and Planning, Ball State University, with a Master of Science degree in Historic Preservation (MSHP). This interdisciplinary degree - drawing from a variety of fields including history, architectural history, law, economics, landscape architecture and urban planning - places Murray among a handful of lawyers in the country who possess both a Doctor of Jurisprudence and the MSHP.  

At Frost Brown Todd, Murray focuses his law practice on government relations and he is part of the firm’s Education Law and Government Services practice groups. He plans to expand his practice to include land use, zoning, urban planning and historic preservation. He was recognized at the Ball State University graduation ceremony with an award for outstanding historic preservation thesis.