Tosh’s practice focuses on litigation and dispute resolution in a variety of areas, including corporate/commercial litigation, administrative and public law, and environmental law.
Tosh has appeared as counsel before the Ontario Superior Court of Justice, the Court of Appeal for Ontario, the Federal Court of Canada, the Saskatchewan Court of Queen’s Bench, and the Ontario Human Rights Tribunal.
“Density, Destinations or Both? A Comparison of Measures of Walkability in Relation to Transportation Behaviours, Obesity and Diabetes in Toronto, Canada” 9:1 PLOS ONE e85295
“Planning Health-Promoting Development: Creation and Assessment of an Evidence-Based Index in the Region of Peel, Canada” 40:4 Environment and Planning B: Planning and Design 707
Before joining Torys, Tosh was a law clerk to Justices Gillese, MacFarland, and van Rensburg of the Court of Appeal for Ontario.
During law school, Tosh was a senior editor for the Osgoode Hall Law Journal and a Dean’s Fellow for the State and Citizen course. He was also a teaching assistant at the Faculty of Environmental Studies, York University.
Prior to law school, Tosh worked as a research coordinator, geographic information systems analyst and cartographer at the Centre for Research on Inner City Health, St. Michael’s Hospital. He also worked as a research consultant for the City of Toronto and the Region of Peel.
Tosh provides pro bono services to members of CARFAC (Canadian Artists' Representation/le Front des artistes canadiens) on copyright issues.