The Gilbert Firm's Community Service

The Gilbert Firm gives back to our community because we care.

Endowed a $5000.00 scholarship to help FAMU College Law students prepare for bar exam.

Endowed $25,000.00 Scholarship to FAMU College of Law.

Helped students in Jackson County, Florida, and surrounding areas, receive more than $50,000 worth of scholarship funds.

Founding president of the N.W Florida Chapter of the FAMU Alumni Association.

General Counsel of the Jackson County Branch of National Association for the Advancement of Colored People.

General Counsel of the Second West Baptist Association

Generously donates thousands of dollars to the local community and surrounding communities when presented with the opportunity.

Executive Director of the Jackson County Omega Lamplighters, A mentoring program for boys 12-17, the Lamplighters are sponsored by Omega Psi Phi Fraternity, Inc. and focus on for principles: Leadership, Academics, Maturity, and Perseverance. Since the program’s inception in Jackson County in 2015, the group has accomplished a great deal. They visited the National Civil Rights Museum in Memphis, Tennessee. Also, the group marched over the Edmund Pettus Bridge in Selma, Alabama in commemoration of the Civil Rights Act 50th Year Anniversary. The program has taken kids on tour of college campuses including: Harvard, Boston University, and MIT. Recently, the Lamplighters embarked on a historic trip to DC and visited The White House.

Washington County Teen Court Judge, where he donated $2000.00 to the program to help keep it sustained.

FAMU College of Law Alumni Alliance President. Gilbert has worked tirelessly to promote the College of Law by partnering with other institutions such as Harvard, UNC Chapel Hill, and others. Last year, Gilbert began an initiative that began to recognize the legacy of past students at the College of Law. While creating that initiative, Gilbert was able to help raise nearly $100,000 dollars in scholarships for law school students. He also donated $25,000 of his own money to the law school last year.