Focus areas: Accounting and financial reporting, both domestic and international, financial statement analysis, corporate finance, security analysis, and the management of financial institutions

Norman Bartczak is a Lecturer in Discipline at Columbia University School of International and Public Affairs (2011–present) and an Adjunct Professor of Law at Columbia University Law School (2000–present). He is a Visiting Professor at the University of Navarra School of Law in Pamplona, Spain (2008–Present) and a Lecturer in the Executive Education Programs at Yale School of Management (2007–Present). He has taught and published in areas of accounting and financial reporting, both domestic and international, financial statement analysis, corporate finance, security analysis, and the management of financial institutions. He was an Adjunct Professor of Business Administration at Columbia University's Graduate School of Business Administration (1993–2014) and a faculty member of the Harvard Business School (1976–1985).

He is the co-founder and senior partner of West End Resources LLC (1999–present) and the founder and owner of Financial Statement Investigation, Inc., (1989–present). He was co-founder and partner of The Center for Executive Development in Cambridge, MA (1985–1989).