Beccaria Award 2018 to Cedrone and Mancano
The Justinian Society of Philadelphia
Philadelphia Bar Association's Criminal Justice Section
cordially invite you to a Reception presenting
The Annual Beccaria Award* to
Mark E. Cedrone and Joseph D. Mancano
Founders, Cedrone & Mancano, LLC
Members, The Justinian Society of Philadelphia
Recognizing their contribution to the cause of justice and the advancement of legal education
Wednesday, November 28, 2018 • 5 p.m. – 7 p.m.
Mayor's Reception Room (202) – City Hall
Light Fare & Refreshments following the Presentation
Free of charge to:
The Justinian Society members and all members of the Bench and Philadelphia Bar
The Beccaria Award Co-Chairs
Co-Chairs, The Justinian Society
Elizabeth Preate Havey, Esquire
Perry de Marco Jr., Esquire
Chairs, Criminal Justice Philadelphia Bar Association
Benjamin B. Cooper, Esquire
Susan M. Lin, Esquire
Your reply would be appreciated by Monday, November 19th by
calling 215.545.0706 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
*Cesare Beccaria, an 18th Century Italian scholar, was an early proponent of many of the tenets of modern criminal law. His visionary work is credited with aiding the subsequent European penal code reform and the eventual development of the American criminal justice system. The Beccaria Award is presented annually to a legal jurist, scholar or practitioner for outstanding contributions to the cause of justice and the advancement of legal education.