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Adam Eckart is an Associate Professor of Legal Writing at Suffolk University Law School where he teaches in the Legal Practice Skills Program. Before joining the faculty, Professor Eckart worked at Ropes & Gray LLP as an associate in the antitrust mergers and acquisitions practice where he counseled domestic and multinational business entities in a range of antitrust and business matters.
With a background as a transactional lawyer, Professor Eckart's scholarship is focused on the intersection between law and business, including examining the impact of transactional lawyers on society. His most recent work focuses on how business entities influence and shape the law, including social policy. Two of Professor Eckart's recent articles were showcased at the American Association of Law Schools' Annual Meeting in 2021 and 2023.
Prior to teaching at Suffolk University Law School, Professor Eckart taught in the Lawyering Program at Boston University Law School.
- BS, University of Connecticut
- JD, Suffolk University Law School
- In Business We Trust, 23 WAKE FORST J. BUS. & INTELL. PROP. L. 227 (2023).
- Litigation Bias, 101 OREGON L. REV. 51 (2022)
- Transactional Artificial Intelligence, 26:2 J. OF THE LEGAL WRITING INST. 273 (2022)
- Transactional Technology, 23 TENN. J. BUS. L. 361 (2021)
- Deal Me In: Leveraging Pedagogy to Teach Transactional Skills in the First Year Legal Research and Writing Program, 21 U.C. DAVIS BUS. L.J. 125 (2020)
Chapter 13, Teaching Transactional Skills in First Year Doctrinal Courses (and Beyond), LAWYERING SKILLS IN THE DOCTRINAL CLASSROOM: USING LEGAL WRITING PEDAGOGY TO ENHANCE TEACHING ACROSS THE LAW SCHOOL CURRICULUM (Tammy Oltz, ed., January 2021)