About Armen Adzhemyan

Based in Los Angeles, Armen Adzhemyan practices all facets of commercial law in his role as an associate attorney at the law firm of Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher, LLP. Since 2007, he has authored a number of court pleadings and motions, and has litigated several bench trials. Also focusing on transnational matters, Armen Adzhemyan played a key role on the litigation staff for Chevron on several matters related to a fraudulently obtained Ecuadorian judgment. In this capacity, he oversaw numerous attorneys during discovery and prepared witness testimonies for trial proceedings. Mr. Adzhemyan previously served as a summer associate with the Firm.

As an authority in his field, Armen Adzhemyan has published a number of scholarly articles in prominent legal journals. Recently, he coupled his personal interest in Breaking Bad with his writing an article on the show’s misrepresentation of the attorney-client privilege. In addition, he has shared his legal expertise at a number of Gibson Dunn meetings, covering topics such as the issues surrounding cross-border discovery.

Armen Adzhemyan holds a juris doctorate from the University of California, Berkley School of Law. During his studies, he served as senior editor for the school’s Journal of International Law.

Work History

Work History
May 2005 - Jul 2005

Judicial Extern

United States District Court for the Central District of California
Sep 2002 - Jun 2004

Tutor Supervisor

UCLA Athletic Tutorials

Education

Education
Aug 2004 - May 2007

Juris Doctor

University of California, Berkeley School of Law
Sep 2000 - Jun 2004

Bachelor of Arts

University of California, Los Angeles