Kent Toland helps craft litigation strategies tailored specifically to meet his clients' particular needs and objectives. A skillful researcher, Kent consistently delivers high-quality work. In all client matters, he develops a deep understanding of the relevant facts and all related law in order to make the best possible arguments on behalf of his clients.
Kent earned his law degree from Columbia Law School, where he was a James Kent Scholar and a Harlan Fiske Stone Scholar. While attending law school, Kent served as the Notes Editor for the Journal of Law and Social Problems, was an Admissions Student Ambassador, and was an intern at the Los Angeles Office of County Counsel. He earned his Bachelor of Arts degree in government, magna cum laude, from Harvard University, where he was a Presidential Fellow in the Center for the Study of the Presidency and Congress.
Kent enjoys giving back to the community and is working on two pro bono cases concurrently – one where he is representing an adopting parent and another where he is representing a victim of a recent wildfire in a property dispute.
Litigation & Counseling
Articles in the National Law Review database by Kent Toland