January Board Meeting
Luncheon Honoring Phila Bar Chancellor Deborah Gross with Special Guest ESPN Nationally-Known March Madness "Bracketologist" Joe Lunardi
February Board Meeting
March Board Meeting
April Board Meeting
May Board Meeting
June Board Meeting
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August Board Meeting
September Board Meeting
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|Justinian Society News|
The Justinian Society and Foundation Host 80th Anniversary, Honor the Chairman of Philadelphia Energy Solutions and Present Law School Scholarships
The Justinian Society and Foundation hosted their 80th Anniversary on June 6, 2016, honoring Philip Rinaldi, Chief Executive Officer & Chairman of the Board, Philadelphia Energy Solutions LLC. The Foundation also presented three scholarships to outstanding law student.More...
The Justinian Society Elects Officers at Annual Meeting
The Justinian Society Annual Meeting and Election was held on June 6, 2016 at Top of the Tower in Philadelphia.More...
The Justinian Foundation Awards Three Scholarships to Law Students
The Justinian Foundation, which provides scholarships to Italian-American students enrolled in Philadelphia-area law schools, recently presented scholarships totaling $4,500 to three area students.More...
The Justinian Society and Foundation Announce the Richard F. Furia, Esquire Scholarship Open to Second Year Law School Students
Justinian Society Event Photos
To see all of the photos from our most recent events, see our Flickr account.
To see photos from the Justinian Luncheon Honoring Gaetan J. Alfano, Esquire, click here.
To see photos from the Justinian Society 2015 Christmas Party, click here.
To see photos from the 2015 Annual Meeting and Election, click here.
To see photos from the Justinian Luncheon Honoring Albert S. Dandridge III, Esquire, click here.
To see photos from the Justinian Society 2014 Christmas Party, click here.
To see photos from the Twentieth Annual Beccaria Award Ceremony, click here.
To see photos from the Justinian Luncheon Honoring Justice Correale Stevens, click here.
To see photos from the Justinian Society of Philadelphia and The Justinian Foundation honor John Gattuso, click here.
The Passing of Judge Lisa Richette - A Letter from Rudy Garcia
On behalf of The Justinian Society, we share our condolences with the family, friends and colleagues of Judge Lisa Richette. Our Society deeply mourns her passing.
As the first Italian-American female jurist in Philadelphia, Judge Richette was a giant in our legal community and a trailblazing role model for women lawyers. When she graduated with honors from Yale law school, most firms would only offer her a job as a secretary. But she didn’t give up. She proved that she could compete with the best of them. She went on to become a judge, a law school professor and an acclaimed author. Even with her successes, she did not lapse into complacency. She continued to use her boundless energy, passion and talents to fight for the rights of children, abused women and the homeless.
Judge Richette epitomized the ideals of the Justinian Society and was an inspiration to all of us. In 1994, we selected her as the first recipient of the Beccaria Award. Since then, the award has been presented annually by the Justinian Society and the Criminal Justice Section of the Philadelphia Bar Association to a legal jurist, scholar or practitioner for outstanding contributions to the cause of justice and the advancement of legal education. Judge Richette also was the first recipient of The Justinian Society’s Outstanding Women in the Law Award, in June 2000.
A brilliant, passionate and caring person, Judge Lisa Richette will be missed by everyone who was privileged to know her.
Chancellor, The Justinian Society