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Charles Hartman

Chuck Hartman, JD

Associate Professor of Business Law and Accounting


Professor Hartman teaches a variety of courses in the Robert W. Plaster School of Business, including Business Law and Federal Income Taxation. He has served on many committees at the university and school level, and has provided proofreading and editorial assistance for several books and numerous journal articles. He assists in the University’s Office of General Counsel. In 2012, Professor Hartman was recognized by the students of Cedarville University as Faculty Member of the Year. Prior to joining the faculty in 1989, he was employed by Kellogg Corporation as a tax accountant and Ernst & Whinney as a staff accountant.

Education and Credentials

  • J.D., University of Dayton, Summa Cum Laude
  • Executive Editor, University of Dayton Law Review
  • M.B.A. in Professional Accounting, Michigan State University
  • B.A. in Professional Accounting, Michigan State University

Scholarly Works

  • Book Review: Confession and Bookkeeping: The Religious, Moral, and Rhetorical Roots of Modern Accounting (Charles S. Hartman) Journal of Biblical Integration in Business (2006)
  • Missed It by That Much: Phase-out Provisions in the Internal Revenue Code (Charles S. Hartman) University of Dayton Law Review (1996)  
  • When the Issue Is Funding, No News Isn't Good News: Rosenberger v. Rector & Visitors of University of Virginia, 115 S.Ct. 2510 (1995) (Charles S. Hartman) University of Dayton Law Review (1996)
  • Bexley Videographer Is Latest to Deny Services to Same-sex Couple (Charles S. Hartman) Business Administration Faculty Contributions to the Popular Press (2015)

View a listing of scholarly works in the Cedarville University Digital Commons »


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  • Collecting vintage audio equipment