The Fox Rothschild Center for Law and Society at Community College of Philadelphia provides a structure for the ongoing support of law-related disciplines in the context of their connections to broader societal issues. It encompasses several academic programs and fosters a variety of projects and events for both the College family and the broader community.
Join Us for the 23rd Annual Law and Society Week
Feb. 28–March 4, 2022
Reform, Reframe and Reclaim
This year's lineup includes an exciting schedule of events that spotlight timely, relevant topics with sessions on gun violence, reentry, human trafficking, race and the representation of women in the legal profession.
The Fox Rothschild Center for Law and Society provides a supportive intellectual and practical framework for exploring significant societal and law-related issues including citizenship, civics and re-entry. Through service learning and research, the Center engages the College and larger community in its endeavors to: foster a rich learning environment for student achievement; sustain faculty development and enrichment; facilitate interdisciplinary collaboration; be a resource to professionals and other academic institutions; stimulate innovation; and strengthen connections throughout the wider community.
Explore the links below to learn more about the Fox Rothschild Center for Law and Society:
We offer a range of programs in the fields of law and public service, including Computer Forensics, Fire Science, Geographic Information Systems, Justice and Paralegal Studies.
Law and Society Week
This annual week of events, open to the community, explores current trends and topics in law, safety and more.
Learn more about the faculty who dedicate their time to the Center for Law and Society, and get in touch with them to learn more about the College's programs in law and public service.