Joshua E. Perry, J.D., M.T.S., is the co-author of two textbooks exploring issues at the intersection of law and ethics and author or co-author of over thirty published articles, essays, and book chapters that have appeared in a variety of leading law reviews and peer-reviewed journals across the fields of business, medicine, law, and ethics. At the Kelley School of Business, Indiana University-Bloomington he is Faculty Chair of the Undergraduate Program, Glaubinger Chair for Undergraduate Leadership, and Associate Professor in the Department of Business Law & Ethics where he teaches courses on business ethics, critical thinking, and the legal environment of business to both undergraduates and MBA students in both the residential and online programs. He also serves as a Section Editor for the Journal of Business Ethics and a staff editor for the American Business Law Journal.
A graduate of the joint law-divinity program at Vanderbilt University, Professor Perry was previously on faculty at the Center for Biomedical Ethics and Society at Vanderbilt University where he taught bioethics in the medical school and legal ethics in the law school. He is a frequent speaker to local, national, and international audiences on a variety of challenges and issues relevant to leadership, moral discourse and ethical decision-making in business, legal, medical, government and academic environments.