Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey
School of Law–Camden
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Rayman L. Solomon
Aaron Ari Afilalo
Camille Spinello Andrews
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  School of Law–Camden 2009–2011 Faculty, Staff, and Administration Aaron Ari Afilalo  

Aaron Ari Afilalo

Professor of Law. Professor Afilalo earned an A.B. and an LL.M. at Harvard University and a J.D. magna cum laude at Boston University, where he was note editor of the Boston University Law Review. After graduation from Boston University, Professor Afilalo served as law clerk to Chief Justice Paul J. Liacos of the Supreme Judicial Court of Massachusetts. He then practiced law for several years in New York City, focusing on cross-border commercial transactions between Europe and the United States. Before joining the Rutgers–Camden faculty, Professor Afilalo served for one year as Croft Assistant Professor of Law and International Studies at the University of Mississippi, where he taught courses in European Union law, public and private international laws, and banking law. He also taught courses in international trade and intellectual property as an adjunct professor at Suffolk Law School and was a legal writing instructor for graduate students at Harvard Law School. Professor Afilalo is admitted to the bars of Massachusetts and New York. His scholarly interests and publications relate to international trade and international investment, institutional and constitutional issues arising in connection with the integration of separate economies into free trade areas, customs unions and other legal orders, political theory and international relations, individual access to remedies under international economic law, international intellectual property, and Middle Eastern politics. Professor Afilalo is the coauthor (with Professor Dennis M. Patterson) of The New Global Trading Order: The Evolving State and The Future of Trade, published by Cambridge University Press in 2008.

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