Eitan Arom is an associate at KTBS Law LLP.

Mr. Arom represents clients in significant litigation matters across a diverse range of industries and practice areas. Mr. Arom has experience at all court levels, from the United States Bankruptcy Court and Delaware Court of Chancery to the United States Supreme Court.  Before joining KTBS, he worked as a litigation associate for an international law firm, representing Fortune 500 companies, investment funds, utilities, local governments, and more.

Mr. Arom earned his law degree from Columbia Law School in 2021, where he received a full scholarship as a Hamilton Fellow and graduated with the Ruth Bader Ginsburg Prize, Columbia’s highest academic honor. Mr. Arom served as Executive Notes Editor for the Columbia Law Review and published multiple articles on securities and corporate governance in the Review. Mr. Arom was a quarterfinalist in the National Native American Law Student Association’s Moot Court competition. After law school, Mr. Arom clerked for the Honorable Mark E. Recktenwald, Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of Hawaii.

Before 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, earning bachelor’s degrees in Mathematics/Economics and Communication Studies.  Mr. Arom served as a writer and editor for the Daily Bruin, and currently serves as a member of the nonprofit UCLA Communications Board, which publishes the Bruin and UCLA’s other student publications.