Daniel Isaacs

Assistant Professor
Director, GMBA

  • Legal Studies in Business
Office: Alter Hall 406A
Phone: 215-204-7221
Email: daniel.isaacs@temple.edu

Daniel M. Isaacs is an Assistant Professor of Instruction in Legal Studies at the Fox School of Business. He teaches Business Ethics, Sustainability in Business, Corporate Governance, Contracts, Accounting Ethics, and Legal and Regulatory Environment of Business Courses at the undergraduate and graduate levels. His research interests focus on normative legal studies and business ethics.  He also collaborates with engineers and chemists on Industrial Ecology projects where he works to create more efficient manufacturing processes and identify new value streams from production wastes.

In private practice, Daniel represented financial institutions in contract disputes arising out of loan origination agreements and underlying residential real estate transactions. Daniel’s professional experience also includes a large New York bank, where he served as Counsel, and the Pennsylvania Supreme Court, where he served as a law clerk. Daniel holds a Bachelor’s degree in Government from Franklin & Marshall College, Master’s degrees in Education and Environmental Studies from the University of Pennsylvania, and a J.D. from Brooklyn Law School.