Marryum Kahloon is an associate attorney in the New York office of Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher. She is a member of the Firm’s International Arbitration Practice Group.
Marryum has particular experience in international arbitration and public international law disputes. She has experience in a wide range of cross-border disputes. Marryum has advised on cases before both the International Court Justice and the European Court of Human Rights. In addition, she has experience advising clients on cases under arbitration rules including the ICSID, ICSID AF, UNCITRAL, HKIAC, SCC, and ICC Rules.
Her pro bono practice focuses on advising clients on issues of public international law and international human rights law. Her experience includes drafting and submitting petitions to United Nations organs, working with international criminal tribunals, advising on treaty negotiations, and supporting non-governmental organizations with research and strategy.
Marryum graduated with an LLM from Columbia Law School in 2018, where she was a James Kent Scholar, a Fulbright Scholar, and recipient of the Edwin Parker Prize for excellence in the study of international law. She earned her Bachelor of Laws degree, summa cum laude, from Bond University, where she was a Vice Chancellor’s Scholar. Prior to joining the Firm, Marryum acquired experience in international arbitration with Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer in Paris, France. She was also the judicial clerk to the Honorable Margaret McMurdo AC, President of the Court of Appeal of Queensland.
She is admitted to practice in New York, USA and in Queensland, Australia.
Columbia University - 2018 Master of Laws (LL.M.)
Bond University - 2015 Bachelor of Laws (LL.B.)
Bond University - 2015 Bachelor of Arts
Australia - Supreme Court of Queensland
New York Bar