Aaron A. Fox, Q.C.

Aaron A. Fox, Q.C. (Regina, Saskatchewan)

Aaron A. Fox, Q.C.

Attorney in Regina, SK
Aaron Fox's primary areas of practice are criminal law, professional discipline and civil litigation. Aaron appears as counsel regularly, in both courts and professional discipline tribunals throughout Saskatchewan, and has appeared in the Supreme Court of Canada on a number of occasions. He is a fellow of the American College of Trial Lawyers and an advocacy advisor for the Supreme Court of Canada Advocacy Institute.

Community Involvement

•Saskatchewan Hockey Hall of Fame, Board of Directors, 2009
•Regina Symphony Orchestra
•Governor, 2000-2003
•Hockey Regina
•Coach, 1990-2011
•Zone 5 Chairman, 2000-2002
•Hockey Coach Mentor, 2002-2010
•Coaching Development Committee, 2005-2008
•Chair of Host Committee for 2006 World Under 17 Hockey Challenge
•Wascana Country Club
•President, 2012-2013
•Vice President, 2010-2012
•Assistant Vice-President Legal for 1995 Grey Cup Inc.

Awards & Recognition

•Si Halyk Visiting Scholar in Advocacy, U of S College of Law, 2011
•fellow of the American College of Trial Lawyers, 2001 Fellowship is extended only by invitation, after careful investigation, to those experienced trial lawyers who have mastered the art of advocacy and whose professional careers have been marked by the highest standards of ethical conduct, professionalism, civility and collegiality.
•Advocacy Advisor, Supreme Court Advocacy Institute
•Benchmark Canada, “Local Litigation Stars”: Criminal Law and Professional Liability, 2013
• Best Lawyers in Canada, Criminal Defence Law, 2006-2015
•Martindale Hubbell AV rating, 2000
•Saskatchewan Legal Education Society Volunteer Award (South Saskatchewan), 2000

Lectures & Presentations

Aaron has been a regular lecturer and presenter at various Continuing Legal Education Programs as well as a faculty member for the Trial Advocacy Workshop presented by the Law Society of Saskatchewan. In 2002 he was presented with the Saskatchewan Legal Education Society Volunteer Award. In 2011 he was the Si Halyk, Q.C. Visiting Scholar in Advocacy at the University of Saskatchewan. He is also an advocacy advisor for the Supreme Court of Canada Advocacy Institute.

Some of his presentations include:

Criminal Appeals - Practice and Procedure

Section 10(b) of the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms

“Jury Trials - Selecting a Jury”

“Cross-Examination - Civil Trials”

Cross-Examination on Previous Inconsistent Statements, Criminal Law Update Seminar

Do You Need Legal Help Reciting the Alphabet at 2:00 a.m.?: Sections 9 and 10(b) of the Charter

Expert Witness Trial Advocacy College, STLA, 2008

Dismissal Pursuant to The Police Act, 1990 : Saskatchewan Federation of Police Officers, 2006

Litigating Sexual Assault Cases : STLA Conference, 2005

Dismissal Pursuant to The Police Act, 1990: Western Labour Conference - Canadian Professional Police Association, 2005

Judicial Inquiries : Canadian Professional Police Association Annual General Meeting, 2005

What Can You Do When They Stick a Camera in Your Face?: Dealing with the Media : STLA Conference, 2005

Inquiries and Inquests : Panel Member, STLA Spring Conference, 2004

What is an Impartial Juror? CBA - Saskatchewan Branch, Bar Notes, Vol. XVIII, No. 2, 2003

The Big, The Bad and The Ugly; Mega Files, Mega Trials and Reviled Clients : STLA Annual Conference, 2002

Section 657.3 Expert Witness Reports, 2002

Dealing with the Media : Advocate Vol. 1, Issue 3, 1999

DNA Warrants - SKLESI New Challenges Conference, 1999

Reasonable and Probable Grounds : Advocate Vol. 1, Issue 1, 1999

Faculty Member: SKLESI Trial Advocacy Workshop - 1998, 2007, 2008, 2010

Why Don't We Lock Everyone Up? : Advocate, 1998

Victim Services or Agents of the Crown : Advocate, 1997

The Midnight Call : Advocate, 1995

Panel Member STLASpring Conference: “Inquiries and Inquests, ” 2004

Expert Witness Trial Advocacy College, STLA and the Forensic Interest Group of Saskatchewan: Presenter and Mentor, 2008

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Areas of Law

Areas of Law
  • Criminal Law
  • Professional Discipline
  • Occupational Health & Safety

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Experience & Credentials

Firm Details
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Partner
Admission Details
Admitted in 1978, Saskatchewan
Credit Cards Accepted
Law School Attended
University of Saskatchewan
Class of 1977
Bachelor of Laws
University Attended
University of Saskatchewan
Class of 1974
Bachelor of Arts
English
Associations & Memberships

Memberships & Associations

•Regina Bar Association, President, 1988-1989
•Saskatchewan Trial Lawyers' Association, Secretary and Regina District Governor, 1989-2000
•Canadian Bar Association
•Saskatchewan Branch, Gender Equity Committee, Chair, 1998-2000
•Saskatchewan Branch, Gender Equity Committee, Member, 1994-2000
•Law Society of Saskatchewan
•Saskatchewan Court of Appeal
•Criminal Rules Committee
•Liaison Committee
•Director, Sopinka Cup Trial Advocacy Committee

Bar Fellowship
of the American College of Trial Lawyers
•Best Lawyers in Canada - Criminal Defence Law, 2006-2012

Seminars & Presentations
•General Lecturer and Panelist in areas of Criminal Law, Civil Litigation and Professional Discipline, including the following:
•Criminal Appeal - Practice and Procedure
•Section 10(b) of the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms
•Criminal Law Update Seminar - Cross-Examination on Previous Inconsistent Statements
•Do You Need Legal Help Reciting the Alphabet at 2:00 a.m.?: Sections 9 and 10(b) of the Charter
•Expert Witness Trial Advocacy College, STLA, 2008
•Dismissal Pursuant to The Police Act, 1990: Saskatchewan Federation of Police Officers, 2006
•Litigating Sexual Assault Cases: STLA Conference, 2005
•Dismissal Pursuant to The Police Act, 1990: Western Labour Conference - Canadian Professional Police Association, 2005
•Judicial Inquiries: Canadian Professional Police Association 2005 Annual General Meeting
•What Can You Do When They Stick a Camera in Your Face?: Dealing with the Media: STLA Conference 2005
•Inquiries and Inquests: Panel Member, STLA 2004 Spring Conference
•What is an Impartial Juror? CBA - Saskatchewan Branch, Bar Notes, Vol. XVIII, No. 2 (2003)
•The Big, The Bad and The Ugly; Mega Files, Mega Trials and Reviled Clients: 2002 STLA Annual Conference
•Section 657.3 Expert Witness Reports, - 2002
•Dealing with the Media: Advocate Vol. 1, Issue 3 (1999)
•DNA Warrants - SKLESI New Challenges Conference (1999)
•Reasonable and Probable Grounds: Advocate Vol. 1, Issue 1 (1999)
•Faculty Member: SKLESI Trial Advocacy Workshop - 1998, 2007, 2008, 2010
•Why Don't We Lock Everyone Up?: Advocate (1998)
•Victim Services or Agents of the Crown: Advocate (1997)
•The Midnight Call: Advocate (1995)
•Member of the Trial Advocacy Faculty Fellow: of the American College of Trial Lawyers

• "Best Lawyers in Canada" - Criminal Defence Law, 2006-2012

Seminars & Presentations

• General Lecturer and Panelist in areas of Criminal Law, Civil Litigation and Professional Discipline, including the following:

• Criminal Appeal - Practice and Procedure

• Section 10(b) of the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms

• Criminal Law Update Seminar - "Cross-Examination on Previous Inconsistent Statements"

• "Do You Need Legal Help Reciting the Alphabet at 2:00 a.m.?: Sections 9 and 10(b) of the Charter"

• Expert Witness Trial Advocacy College, STLA, 2008

• "Dismissal Pursuant to The Police Act, 1990 ": Saskatchewan Federation of Police Officers, 2006

• "Litigating Sexual Assault Cases": STLA Conference, 2005

• Dismissal Pursuant to The Police Act, 1990: Western Labour Conference - Canadian Professional Police Association, 2005

• "Judicial Inquiries": Canadian Professional Police Association 2005 Annual General Meeting

• "What Can You Do When They Stick a Camera in Your Face?: Dealing with the Media": STLA Conference 2005

• "Inquiries and Inquests": Panel Member, STLA 2004 Spring Conference

• "What is an Impartial Juror?" CBA - Saskatchewan Branch, Bar Notes, Vol. XVIII, No. 2 (2003)

• "The Big, The Bad and The Ugly; Mega Files, Mega Trials and Reviled Clients": 2002 STLA Annual Conference

• "Section 657.3 Expert Witness Reports", - 2002

• "Dealing with the Media": Advocate Vol. 1, Issue 3 (1999)

• "DNA Warrants" - SKLESI New Challenges Conference (1999)

• "Reasonable and Probable Grounds": Advocate Vol. 1, Issue 1 (1999)

• Faculty Member: SKLESI Trial Advocacy Workshop - 1998, 2007, 2008, 2010

• "Why Don't We Lock Everyone Up?": Advocate (1998)

• "Victim Services or Agents of the Crown": Advocate (1997)

• "The Midnight Call": Advocate (1995)

• Member of the Trial Advocacy Faculty

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McDougall Gauley LLP
1500-1881 Scarth Street,
Regina, SK S4P 4K9
Canada
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(306) 565-5147
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(306) 359-0785
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1500-1881 Scarth Street,
Regina, SK S4P 4K9
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