Adryan Toth has a general litigation practice with a focus on class actions and commercial litigation, representing clients involved in civil and criminal disputes.
Adryan’s experience includes complex class actions, defence of criminal and regulatory offences, residential real estate litigation, and appellate litigation. He has acted for clients at all levels of court in Saskatchewan, and is a contributor to the MLT Aikins class actions blog.
Prior to joining the firm, Adryan clerked with the Saskatchewan Court of Appeal. During that time he also completed a Master of Laws degree which culminated in the defense of his innovative and award-winning thesis entitled “Law in 3-Dimensions.”
- Volunteer and Committee Member, Good Mourning Walk, Regina Palliative Care Inc. (2015-present)
- Volunteer, Community Legal Assistance Services for Saskatoon Inner City (CLASSIC) (2009-2010)
- Volunteer, SaskTel Pioneers (2005-2007)
- “Clarifying the Role of Precedent and the Doctrine of Stare Decisis in Trial and Intermediate Appellate Level Charter Analysis,” 22 Dal J Leg Stud (2013)
- “Law in 3-Dimensions,” University of Saskatchewan (2013)
- “The Concept of Law(yering): H.L.A. Hart’s ‘Core/Penumbra’ Thesis and Its Significance to the Legal Reasoning of Lawyers and the Nature of Law,” McMaster University Philosophy of Law Conference (2011)
- “Law in 3-Dimensions: A Critique of Positive Law, Natural Law and Pragmatist Theories,” Cambridge Doctoral Symposium on Legal Theory (2011)
- University of Saskatchewan Graduate Thesis Award – Law in 3 Dimensions (2013)
- Most Outstanding Graduate Student (Saskatchewan, 2013)
- SSHRC Joseph-Armand Graduate Master’s Scholarship (2010)
- College of Law Graduate Scholarship (Saskatchewan, 2010-2012)
- Durward Thomas Prize in Civil Procedure