OF COUNSEL attorney
Admitted to practice in Arizona & California
A Californian by birth and an Arizonan by choice, Aaron J. Moskowitz is a skilled appellate lawyer who brings a wealth of experience to Freeman Law. After participating in high school and then intercollegiate debate at Baylor University, he studied law at the University of California, Hastings College of Law. He sat for the California Bar Exam and then promptly waited tables in London where he met people from all over the world.
In 2000, Aaron started working in San José, California as a Legal Research Attorney at the Santa Clara County Superior Court, where he drafted proposed orders and proposed opinions for the judges on the civil calendar. Seeking federal experience, he moved to Phoenix to serve as a Temporary Law Clerk at the United States District Court for the District of Arizona under then-Chief Judge Stephen M. McNamee. In 2004, Aaron began working in the Solicitor General’s Division of the Arizona Attorney General’s Office. His nine years in appellate advocacy for the State included evidentiary hearings and oral argument in a variety of state and federal courts. Most recently, Aaron served as a staff attorney at the Arizona Supreme Court, where he analyzed petitions for discretionary review in matters that spanned civil litigation, criminal convictions, and tax appeals.
Aaron also enjoys community service. He has chaired the Arizona State Bar’s Appellate Practice Section, moderated the Arizona Court of Appeals’ Connecting with the Community program, taught the Law School Admissions Test at Arizona State University, lectured on constitutional law for public agencies and private groups, judged high-school moot-court and mock-trial competitions, and led middle-school-student tours of the Maricopa County Superior Court.
Aaron and his wife are the proud parents of a young boy and girl. In his free time, he reads and curates the rare Judaica books that he inherited from his father.
- Arizona (state and federal district)
- California (state and all four federal districts)
- U.S. Circuit Courts of Appeal (First, Sixth, Ninth, Eleventh, and Federal Circuit)
- United States Supreme Court