Eitan Arom is an associate in the Los Angeles office of Gibson Dunn & Crutcher. He currently practices with the firm’s Litigation Department.
Mr. Arom earned his law degree in 2021 from Columbia Law School, where he was a Hamilton Fellow. He graduated with the Ruth Bader Ginsburg Prize, Columbia’s highest honors. At Columbia, Mr. Arom served as Executive Notes Editor for the Columbia Law Review. His note, “Hidden Value Injury,” explored the intersection of corporate sustainability disclosures and Securities and Exchange Commission Rule 10b-5. He also participated in the National Native American Law Student Association’s Moot Court competition, where he was a quarterfinalist. Prior to law school, Mr. Arom worked as a reporter in Jerusalem, Washington D.C., and Los Angeles, including as senior writer for the Jewish Journal of Greater Los Angeles. He graduated magna cum laude from UCLA in 2014, where he made Dean’s List and earned bachelor’s degrees in Mathematics/Economics and Communication Studies.
Prior to joining Gibson Dunn, Mr. Arom was a law clerk for the Honorable Mark E. Recktenwald, Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of Hawai‘i.
Mr. Arom is admitted to practice in the State of California and the State of Hawai‘i.
Columbia University - 2021 Juris Doctor
University of California - Los Angeles - 2014 Bachelor of Arts
University of California - Los Angeles - 2014 Bachelor of Science