Aaron Afilalo is a law professor at the Camden faculty at Rutgers, who specializes in international trade law, business transactions, and contracts.
He is also an eminent author, writer, professor, and philosopher, who has a special interest in the treatment of intellectual property in free trade areas, the European Union’s system of judicial remedies, the international rules for the protection of cross-border investment and the law governing the elimination of non-tariff barriers to trade.
Afilalo was serving as a a clerk of Paul J. Liacos who was the Chief Justice of the Supreme Judicial Court of Massachusetts.
He practiced cross-border commercial and financial transactions between Europe and the United States and many other cases related to intellectual property matters in the New York City. Additionally, he was a part of Suffolk Law School in Boston, where he served as an adjunct professor and taught courses in intellectual property and international trade.
Furthermore, he served as a legal writing instructor for graduate students at Harvard Law School.
Over the course of his career, Afilalo has written many publications and authored and co-authored many books.