Ari Afilalo serves, for more than 18 years as a law professor at the Rutgers Law School.
Previously, he has held a position at the University Of Mississippi School Of Law as the Croft Assistant Professor of Law and International Studies.
Afilalo has held a number of different positions over the course of his career. He has served as an adjunct professor at the Suffolk Law School in Boston for many years. Moreover, Ari Afilalo was a legal writing instructor at the Harvard Law School.
Afilalo owns the most of his experience to Justice Paul J. Liacos of the Supreme Judicial Court of Massachusetts. Ari served as a law clerk to Chief Justice Paul J. Liacos.
Furthermore, Afilalo is an influential author, writer, and philosopher.
Ari also contributes to the New York Jewish community through his teachings. Also, with his writing, he proudly represents this community.
Ari graduated from the Harvard University. He received his Bachelor's degree in Political Science and Government from Harvard University. Also holds a J.D. magna cum laude from the Boston University School of Law and a LL.M. in International Law from Harvard Law School.
His scholar interests are:
· Intellectual property laws
· Elimination of non-tariff barriers to trade
· The system of judicial remedies of European Union
· Laws for the protection of cross-border investment.
He also writes regularly on these topics.