Gibson Dunn Adds Real Estate Finance Partner Aaron Beim in New York

May 1, 2017

​Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher LLP is pleased to announce that Aaron Beim has joined the firm’s New York office as a partner.  Beim, formerly with Haynes and Boone, will continue to focus on his real estate practice. 

"Aaron is a terrific addition to the firm," said Ken Doran, Chairman and Managing Partner of Gibson Dunn.  "We have one of the top real estate practices in the U.S., and Aaron’s practice will add to our existing strength and deepen our relationship with several shared clients."

"Aaron is a superstar," said Eric Feuerstein, Co-Chair of the Real Estate Practice Group.  "He is one of the most highly regarded real estate finance lawyers under 40.  He is smart and talented, and we are excited to bring him on board as we continue to expand our robust real estate finance practice."

"The firm is home to one of the leading real estate practices in the country," said Beim.  "In addition, the firm has an amazing platform that will allow me to grow my practice."


About Aaron Beim 

Beim represents institutional real estate investors in debt and equity transactions with a focus on bridge and subordinate lending.  He has advised banks, hedge funds, private equity funds and asset managers in the origination, workout, restructuring, sale and purchase of structured financings, including syndicated, securitized, and single lender mortgage and mezzanine loans; preferred equity investments; corporate, repurchase, subscription and other credit facilities; and intercreditor, pooling and servicing agreements.

He also has significant experience in acquisitions, sales, joint ventures, and warehouse lending.

Beim practiced with Haynes and Boone since 2010, and prior he practiced with Paul Hastings from 2006 to 2010.  He received his J.D. in 2006 from the New York University School of Law, where he was a member of Environmental Law Journal.  He earned his M.A. from Northwestern University in 2003, and his B.A. from Amherst College, magna cum laude, in 2000.