Fall 1999

A Message from the Dean

A Discourse on Constitutional Law
The Journey of a Journal
On History and Heritage: John K. Castle
In Defense and Celebration of the First Amendment

Public Service at the Forefront
Lindback Adwardee: Bruce H. Mann
Snippets of History (1915 - 1951)
Celebrations: Alumni Reunion and Commencment

Symposium
Faculty Notes
Alumni Briefs
In Memoriam

Penn Law

Penn Law European Society Celebrates in Antibes
Career Planning & Placement Adds Services for Alumni
Academic Year 1999-2000: In Review

New Overseers
The University of Pennsylvania Law School is honored to welcome two alumni to the Board of Overseers:

Pamela Daley
L'79

Pamela Daley is Vice President and Senior Counsel for Transactions for the General Electric Company, heading up the company's mergers and acquisitions activities worldwide. She began her career as an attorney in the tax department of Morgan Lewis & Brockius in Philadelphia. She has served the Law School as a member of the Law Alumni Society, and as an adjunct faculty member from 1982-89. At Penn Law, Daley was Editor-in-Chief of the Penn Law Review for 1978-79 and graduated first in her class.

Paul G. Haaga, Jr.
L'74, WG'74

Paul Haaga is Executive Vice President and Director of Capital Research & Management Company in Los Angeles. The company runs the American family of equity funds, which includes Investment Co. of America, the third-largest mutual fund in the United States. He began his career at Wellington Management, before moving on to the Division of Investment Management at the Securities and Exchange Commission. Subsequently, he joined Dechert Price & Rhoads in Washington, where he departed as partner in 1985 to join Capital Research and Management.