Ari Afilalo is a French Moroccan Immigrant and is currently working as a professor at Rutgers Law School in the New York City. He is an active member of the French Moroccan community and the West Side Sephardic Synagogue. A proactive personality, Ari Afilalo has extensively practiced transactional and trade laws during the course of his academics. In addition, he has extensive knowledge about different domains like contracts, the international trade, business transaction, and many, many more. He loves music and while not busy with different Moroccan community activities in the New York or teaching international trade laws to students at Rutgers-Camden School of Law.
Sephardic Jew migrated from East to West, leaving behind the vibrant and dynamic communities they had setteled in the Central Asia, North Africa, the Middle East, and other regions. Ari was born and brought up in Paris, France, where his parents had migrated from Marrakesh Morocco via Algeria. He has mentored numerous students for projects on international trade.
Ari is a multi-talented and ingenious personality and his widely acclaimed among his students at the Law school. A Moroccan Jew, he hardly ceases to wonder at the drastically prospering Sephardic life in the tri-state region, especially in Manhattan.
His book, dubbed "The New Global Trading Order" provides comprehensive insights on different topics such as history, international economies, and the issue of globalisation. As a professor and author of wide acclaim, he has presented an extraordinary book. Ari is a respectable and widely renowned member of the West Side Sephardic Synagogue.