Adam J. Sulkowski

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Adam Sulkowski: MBA, J.D. (Boston College), BA (College of William and Mary)  Photo

Adam J. Sulkowski is an Assistant Professor of Business Law at the Charlton College of Business. 
His degrees are from Boston College (JD, 2000; MBA, 2000) and the College of William & Mary (BA, 1996).

As a professor of business law and sustainable development at University of Massachusetts Dartmouth, Adam Sulkowski specializes in research and teaching in the fields of sustainable business, corporate social responsibility (CSR), triple bottom line reporting (also known as sustainability reporting), integrated reporting, and corporate and environmental law.  He received his JD and MBA from Boston College and BA from the College of William & Mary, is a member of the New York Bar and Massachusetts Bar and was a manager for several years before becoming a full-time professor in the fall of 2005.  Since then, Prof. Sulkowski has authored over 25 published works of scholarship, including over 15 articles in refereed journals and proceedings, and his research has been cited by MSN, The Times of India, Inc. magazine, and Science Daily. He has visited, researched, taught, and spoken at campuses, companies, and conferences in countries around the world, including Brazil, Bulgaria, Canada, China, India, Italy, Japan, Kenya, Pakistan, Poland, Romania, Turkey, and the United States.  Prof. Sulkowski’s research, teaching, and service have all won awards.  Most notably, Prof. Sulkowski won UMass Dartmouth’s Advisor of the Year Award in 2008 and the Holmes-Cardozo Distinguished Paper Award at the 2008 Annual Conference of the Academy of Legal Studies in Business (ALSB).  Prof. Sulkowski has served academic organizations in various roles, including that of section chair of the revived Environmental Law and Sustainability Section (ELSS) of the ALSB.  He has served as an editor and reviewer for scholarly journals.  Prof. Sulkowski served twice as the president and conference chair of regional business law associations.  He led MBA students in researching, compiling, and publishing the first sustainability report in the world by a university that attained an A-level of compliance with the world’s preeminent standard for corporations, the GRI’s G3 standard.


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