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From ‘Great to Greater’

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This well-honed instinct for stewardship will serve Haaga well in his new position as chairman of the Penn Law Board of Overseers. He succeeds Paul Levy, L’72. His mission over the next three years is to help husband the school’s resources and advise dean Michael A. Fitts, whom he calls a “flexible visionary” open to all ideas to improve the Law School. Haaga’s goals:

• To make further improvements to the physical plant, principally through the expansion of Pepper Hall. He believes the Law School must develop a building plan that will serve student, faculty and administrative needs not just over the next several years, but for at least twenty years or more.

• To use his management skills to motivate senior administrators and faculty and fuel an effort to improve every aspect of Penn Law’s program.

• To help the Law School meet its $175 million campaign goal.

• To drive innovation in the teaching of law.
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