2018 - 2020 NJ Law and Ethics for CPAs

Monday, January 01, 2018

Dr. James J. Carroll, CPA, CMA, CFE, CFM, CFF, CGMA

Doctor of Business Administration, Nova Southeastern University
MBA, Rutgers - The State University
BS, New Jersey Institute of Technology

Professional Licenses and Certifications
Certified Public Accountant (NJ)
Certified Management Accountant
Certified Fraud Examiner
Certified in Financial Management
Certified in Forensic Forensics
Chartered Global Management Accounting

Professional experience – partial list
Corporate educator in accounting, finance, and professional ethics to corporations and individuals including:
Johnson & Johnson
Ernst & Young
Merrill Lynch
K. Hovnanian
Expert-witness in economic impact, fraud, business valuation, and professional malpractice in hundreds of legal matters in the courts of New Jersey.

Academic employment
Georgian Court University
Fairleigh Dickinson University
William Paterson University

Professional employment at
Honeywell (then Allied Signal)
Engelhard Corporation
Deloitte (then Touche Ross)

Courses taught at Georgian Court University




Undergraduate Auditing, Assurance and Corporate Governance
Cost Accounting and Budgetary Control
Financial Accounting

Financial Management

Investment Analysis

Personal Financial Planning

Business Strategy

Business & Professional Ethics

Graduate Auditing, Assurance and Corporate Governance
Cost and Management Accounting
Financial Management
Financial Management Policy
Investment Analysis and Portfolio Management
Executive MBA Strategic Cost Management

National Teaching Awards
Leavey Award for Excellence in Private Enterprise Education
Freedoms Foundation at Valley Forge - Excellence in Economic Education

Recent Publications and Applied Scholarship
Authored and gained NJ State Board approval (2006, 2009, and 2012) to teach a course entitled “NJ Law & Ethics for CPAs” – a Continuing professional eductaion (CPE) course required to be taken by all NJ CPAs in each licensing period.

“The State of Practice Mobility,” NJ CPA, March-April 2011.

Review of The Power of Problem-Based Learning. Barbara J. Duch, Susan E. Groh, & Debroah E. Allen (Eds.). Sterling, VA: Stylus Publishing, 2001. June 2005 edition of the Academy of Management, Learning & Education Journal.

The Anatomy of an Instructional Case from a Reviewers Perspective. The Case Journal. Fall 2005.
Edited (guest editor) a section of Volume 2, Number 2 of the Organization Management Journal, the Journal of the
Eastern Academy of Management. Fall 2005.

“A Primer on Case Reviewing” The Case Journal, Fall 2004.
Investigating Entrepreneurial Opportunities: A Practical Guide to Due Diligence (co-authored with Richard Green), Sage Publications, 2000.

Hundreds of expert-witness opinions of economic impact and professional malpractice as used in legal matters in the
courts of New Jersey.

Professional and Academic Affiliations
New Jersey Society of CPAs
American Institute of CPAs
Institute of Management Accountants
Association of Certified Fraud Examiners
Academy of Management
Eastern Academy of Management
International Council for Small Business
North American Case Research Association
The Case Association

Editorial Board Memberships – partial list
The Case Research Journal- Editorial Board Member - 1994 and continuing. Selected as the Outstanding Member of the editorial board – 2000 and 2008.

The Journal of Small Business Management - Editorial Board Member - 1990 to 2000, and 2001 and continuing. Selected as the Outstanding Member of the editorial board - 1996.

Fraud Magazine: Journal of the Association of Certified Fraud Examiners, 1999 to 2005.

The CASE Journal, 2004 and continuing


Contact Information

  • Andrea P. Carroll, Registrar

    Email: accountingeducators@yahoo.com

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