Len Brooks

Len Brooks

Director, PAC, MFAcc; Professor (Business Ethics & Accounting)
Management, IMI, MFAcc, PAC

Len Brooks is a Professor of Business Ethics & Accounting in the Department of Management at University of Toronto Mississauga, with cross-appointments to the Accounting area at the Rotman School and to the Institute for Management & Innovation.  He is also the Director of the University's Professional Accounting Centre and of its Master of Forensic Accounting Program. His research interests include governance, business and professional ethics, risk management, ethical decision making, conflicts of interest, and developing and maintaining an ethical corporate culture.

M.B.A., University of Toronto
B.Com., University of Toronto


  • Business & Professional Ethics for Directors, Executives & Accountants; L.J. Brooks, P. Dunn; Cengage Learning: 9e, 2021, pp.712; 8e, 2018; 7e, 2015; 6e, 2012; 5e, 2010.
  • Ethics & Governance: Developing & Maintaining an Ethical Corporate Culture; co-author with David Selley; Canadian Centre for Ethics & Corporate Policy; 4e, 2012; 3e, 2008; Toronto.
  • Earnings Management, an invited chapter in Finance Ethics: Critical Issues in Theory and Practice, John R. Boatright, ed., Robert W. Kolb Series in Finance; L.J. Brooks; John Wiley & Sons, Inc.; 2010; Pages: 457-473
  • Business & Professional Ethics for Directors, Executives & Accountants, 4e, (3e, 2004); Thomson South-Western College Publishing, Cincinnati, Ohio; 2007
  • Principles of Stakeholder Management: 'The Clarkson Principles'; Co-authored with Lee Preston and Tom Donaldson; Clarkson Centre for Business Ethics, Toronto, funded by the Sloan Foundation; 1999
  • Business & Professional Ethics for Accountants, (2e); South-Western College Publishing, a division of Thomson Learning, Cincinnati, Ohio; 1999
  • Professional Ethics for Accountants: Text, Readings and Cases; Minneapolis/St. Paul: West Publishing Company; 1995
  • Uniform Final Examination Syllabus, (Principal Author); Canadian Institute of Chartered Accountants, Toronto; 1985
  • Uniform Final Examination Handbook; First Edition (Principal Author) & Second Edition 1980, (Co-author) The Canadian Institute of Chartered Accountants, (Toronto, 1980 & 1981) French translations made. Subsequently the name of this publication was changed to the UFE Report; 1979