Ari Aramesh focuses on commercial, financial and white collar criminal litigation. He has represented clients in both federal and state court, and other tribunals, such as the ITC. He also has experience with anti-corruption matters relating to diverse areas of the globe.

Prior to joining Zuber Lawler, Mr. Aramesh practiced at Quinn Emanuel Urquhart & Sullivan LLP.

While at Stanford Law School, Mr. Aramesh worked as a teaching assistant to former Secretary of Defense, William Perry, and former Director of Los Alamos National Laboratory, Sig Hecker. Additionally, Ari was a director of Stanford Law School’s Afghanistan Legal Education Project. He has published in The New York Times (International Herald Tribune), Stanford Lawyer Magazine, the Huffington Post, the Majalla, G20 Seoul Summit Publication, and the Diplomatic Courier, among others. He appears frequently on CNN, BBC, Fox News, Fox Business, MSNBC, and others to discuss national security, foreign policy, and legal issues.

Not admitted in New York.