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Ari Afilalo
Ari Afilalo is a Law professor at the Camden faculty at the Rutgers Law School. He's also an author of several books on the topic of international trade laws and order. Afilalo has hosted many events on this subject. He focuses his teachings on topics such as the treatment of intellectual property in free trade areas, the European Union's system of judicial remedies, the law governing the elimination of non-tariff barriers to trade, and the international rules for the protection of cross-border investment.

Besides being a professor, Afilalo is a noted writer and author of books and publications. He specializes in business transactions, international trade law, and contracts. He constantly writes on these topics.
This famous author has published a book on international trade law and institutions affiliated with the Cambridge University Press. Furthermore, Ari Afilalo has co-authored the book The New Global Trading Order: The Evolving State and the Future of Trade’.

Afilalo has graduated from Harvard University. He holds a bachelor's degree in Political Science and Government. He is also a magna cum laude graduated from the Boston University School of Law and has an LL.M. with a specialization in International Law from the Harvard Law School.

The New Global Trading Order is a classical work by Ari Afilalo. His detailed insights give a view of the current scenario and future trends of global trade laws and order. The book is simple and clearly understandable yet very influential and the topic has been covered with such an intense subject matter expertise that it gives almost everything to its readers.

It is an exciting book that fluently explains each and every topic of international trade laws and order. The ease with which Afilalo has touched one of the most unasked questions of how the currently prevailing international and constitutional order transformation will have an impact on the modern-day international trade regime.
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