Aaron Ghirardelli is an experienced trial lawyer, with ten years of practice experience, LL.M. Magna Cum Laude from UC Hastings College of the Law. Licensed in California and in Italy, Aaron has worked for several years at one of the most important law firms in the World, Clifford Chance, litigating some of the most relevant cases of the last years in Europe.
As a solo practitioner at Ghirardelli Law, Aaron assists clients in a multitude of areas, such as Arbitration, Cyberlaw, Transnational Litigation and International Business Transactions.
Aaron has also been teaching law in Los Angeles, San Diego and Tokyo. The focus of his scholarship is in Cyberlaw, International Commercial Arbitration and International Business Transactions.
Aaron is currently the Coordinator of the International Commercial Arbitration moot court program at Loyola Law School in Los Angeles, CA. Students enrolled in the program learn how to draft pleadings and present their arguments in an international arbitration case.
He is also currently teaching International Business Transactions at Thomas Jefferson School of Law in San Diego and he will teach Cyberlaw there in the Spring 2014 semester.