Mary L. Sims
Adjunct Professor of Business Administration
Mary L. Sims, J.D., M.A., holds a juris doctorate degree from Pepperdine University School of Law and a Masters Degree in Theology from St. Charles Seminary.
As a practicing attorney for 25 years, Sims’ focus is on business, real estate, contracts and estate law. Her special interests include legal and ethical compliance for individuals and businesses in the ever-changing local and global marketplace. She has been an adjunct faculty member at Arcadia University since 1993, teaching Legal Environment of Business, Legal Environment of International Business, and Mock Trial at the undergraduate level, and Global Issues of Social Responsibility and Law at the graduate level. She has published articles in several journals, including The Business and Economics Society Anthology, National Catholic Bioethics Quarterly, and Ethics and Medics. Sims is a frequent speaker at forums regarding legal and ethical issues at local universities, businesses and professional associations.
- SIMS, M.L. (2011). “Part of the Proceeds: What Does This Mean to Companies and Stakeholders Today? Business and Economics Society International Anthology, December 2011, Vol. II, Issue I, pp. 215-228.