Arielle R. Gold is an attorney at The Axelrod Firm, PC. She supports the Firm’s representation of businesses and governmental bodies in bodily injury, employment, and commercial litigation matters.
Before joining the Firm, Arielle attended evening school at Temple University, Beasley School of Law, where she served as Vice President of her law school class. During the day, Arielle continued to run her real estate investment business which she started in 2012 while working as a real estate agent. The real estate business consists of buying and renovating properties in Philadelphia.
While attending law school, Arielle also participated in numerous internships. Those most influential to her legal education include her work with the Code and Public Nuisance Litigation Unit of the Philadelphia Law Department and with Allan Domb, City Councilman-at-Large.
Arielle earned her Bachelor of Arts in English from Temple University, where she began her work in real estate by running a property management company for off-campus student rentals and served as a student tutor.
In her spare time, Arielle is an avid gardener and aspiring chef. Arielle particularly enjoys making meals using vegetables and herbs she has grown in her South Philadelphia, backyard garden. Arielle can usually be found around the city with her dog, Blake in toe. Arielle also has an interest in promoting inclusion and equality.