Aaron Freiwald is the host of Good Law Bad Law.
Before attending the University of Pennsylvania Law School, Aaron spent almost a decade as an investigative journalist, working as a foreign correspondent in Mexico, Central America and Europe. He covered law and politics in Washington, D.C. and New York. Aaron was also a member of the editorial management team that helped start Courtroom Television Network, one of the very first “reality” television programs.
In 1994, Aaron published a historical account of one of the last major Nazi war crimes trials, The Last Nazi (W.W. Norton).
As a trial lawyer, he has spent more than 20 years handling complex civil cases concentrating in medical malpractice, defective products, pharmaceutical liability, whistleblower, consumer and insurance company fraud, and other catastrophic loss cases. He has taken on some of the biggest healthcare, chemical, pharmaceutical and insurance companies on behalf of his clients.
Favorite Musical Instrument: Guitar
Favorite Food: Anything pork!
Favorite Sport: Tennis
Favorite travel destination: Tuscany.
Aaron is married to Stacey and is happily up to his eyeballs in teenagers, with three daughters, two step-sons and a step-daughter.
To learn more about Aaron and his background, check out his cover feature in Attorney At Law Magazine Philadelphia.