Currently, Aaron Afilalo works as a professor of Law at the Camden faculty at Rutgers. Also, he served as a legal writing instructor for graduate students at Harvard Law School.
Afilalo was practicing with 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. During his practice, he continued to be a part of Suffolk Law School in Boston as the adjunct professor. There he taught courses in intellectual property and international trade.
Afilalo started working as a clerk of Paul J. Liacos who was the Chief Justice of the Supreme Judicial Court of Massachusetts.
Afilalo specializes in international trade law, economics law and business contracts. He has mastered the law concerning intellectual properties as well.
As a scholar, he read about 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.