Community College of Philadelphia Hosts 10th Annual Best Practices in Judicial Affairs Symposium

The event will take place on Feb. 27 at 8:30 am – 1:30 pm in CCP’s Great Hall.

Registration is underway for the Community College of Philadelphia’s (CCP) 10th annual Best Practices in Judicial Affairs Symposium on Feb. 27, held in conjunction with Law & Society Week. This year, the symposium will focus on best practices for achieving student success with an emphasis on Title IX, LGBTQIA and campus policy issues.

The event will provide attending faculty and guests the opportunity to hear from local experts on prevalent legal and policy issues. Southeast Regional Director for U.S. Senator Bob Casey, Ebony Staton Weidman, will deliver the keynote address followed by CCP’s very own Director of Public Safety, Randolph Merced. Merced will deliver a compelling presentation for faculty on best practices for managing disruptive and dangerous student behavior in the classroom.

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The symposium will also feature professional college public safety associates, counselors and legal experts who will lead captivating discussions on Pennsylvania hazing and human trafficking laws, effective responses to threats, sexual violence on college campuses, the opioid crisis and much more. Attendees will be given the unique opportunity to participate in breakout sessions, encouraging an open discussion on the topics at hand.

The event will take place on Feb. 27 at 8:30 am – 1:30 pm in CCP’s Great Hall, which is on the second floor of the Winnet Student Life Building, on the west side of 17th Street, south of Spring Garden Street. For more information on key speakers, topics that will be addressed and registration, please visit

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