We are honored to announce that Tom Campbell, Bank of America Dean of University of California Berkeley's Haas School of Business, will be teaching a leadership seminar on constitutional law during Ashesi's summer term. Dean Campbell has been a professor at Stanford Law School for nineteen years. He has taught courses in corporate law, international law, international jurisdiction, trade and customs law, administrative law, constitutional law, and microeconomics. For the last two years, he has been a Visiting Professor at the University of Asmara, in Eritrea. He taught courses there in law and economics, and gave a series of lectures as well on the law of war and on international financial institutions (IMF and World Bank). He became Dean of the Haas School of Business at the University of California at Berkeley in August of 2002. The Haas School is one of the premier business schools in the United States, producing undergraduates, MBA's, Masters in Financial Engineering, and Ph.D.'s in business. For five years, Dean Campbell served on the Africa Subcommittee of the International Relations Committee in the United States House of Representatives. He visited Ghana in 1998 in connection with his assignment to this Committee, meeting with then-President Rawlings, and leaders of the Ghanaian Parliament. He and his wife Susanne visited twenty-eight African nations during his time as a US Congressman. A well-known author in the field of antitrust law, Dean Campbell has just published a book on the subject of Constitutional separation of powers as well. We feel very lucky that Dean Campbell will be teaching at Ashesi this summer.