Tyler M. Dahl



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Lawyer Profile

Tyler spent most of his life in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan.  He clerked at the Court of Queen’s Bench, Saskatoon, where Chief Justice M. Popescul was his principal.  While completing his law degree, at the University of Saskatchewan, Tyler was an editor of the Saskatchewan Law Review and was a participant in the Philip C. Jessup International Law Moot Court Competition (where the U of S team was awarded second place for best overall written memorials, 2010).



General Legal
Amber Strongarm,  306.477.7252

Real Estate
Stephanie Moss,  306.477.7212


Stephanie Moss   306.477.7212 or 477.7244


Lori Bergen  306.477.7290

Reegan Anweiler,  306.477.7266


Areas of Law

Civil Litigation
Real Estate Law
Administrative Law
Labour Law
Corporate Law
Wills & Estates
General Practice


Call to Bar


Education & Degrees

J.D. (U of S, 2011, with Distinction)
B.A. Double Honours (U of S, 2007, with High Honours)

Awards and Honours

Voted Second Place in "Best Lawyer" Category - Plant S, Vol 17 Issue 5, "Best of Saskatoon 2018" (2018)

Voted Third Place in “Best Lawyer” Category—Planet S, Vol. 11 Issue 4, “Best of Saskatoon 2012” (2012) Merlis Belsher Family Fund in Forensic Psychiatry (2011) Saskatchewan Law Review Honour (2011) Mary Richiger Prize in Municipal Law (2010) Douglas A. Schmeiser Prize in Criminal Procedure (2010) F.C. Cronkite Prize in Jurisprudence  (2010) Orest and Marie Bendas Prize in Jurisprudence (2010) Nathan Danylczuk Memorial Bursary in Philosophy  (2006)


“Real Estate Solicitors: Presumed Liable” BarNotes, Spring 2015 at 14, Co-authored with Michael Derbowka

 “The Costs of Court” The Sask. Advocate, June 2014 at 13, Also presented the paper at the Canadian Bar Association’s Civil Litigation North Section Meeting, on October 8, 2014.

“Judicial Review of Municipal Council Decisions and Reasons on ‘Eagle’s Nest Youth Ranch Inc. v. Corman Park (Rural Municipality, No. 334)’ 2013 SKQB 218” (Case Commentary), The Sask. Advocate, Sept. 2013 at 14   

“Disclosure of Private Text Messages, LOL :(” The Sask. Advocate, Sept. 2012 at

 “Law & Literature, 3rd ed.” Book Review, 74 Sask. Law Review 296

“Ineffablahing the Invention of Clichés: The ‘Problem’ With Wittgenstein’s Required Community”, Unpublished, Cited approvingly in Sophia Undergraduate Journal of Philosophy, Volume XI, 2008 at 41          

Professional & Community Involvement

Tyler is a member of the Law Society of Saskatchewan. He has volunteered his time with the following organizations: as a board member on the Saskatoon Board of Revision and License Appeal Board, where he helped adjudicate appeals (2018); as a lecturer for the Public Legal Education Association (PLEA) (2014 – present);as President of the Dufferin Place Condominium Association (2010 to 2012); as a radio host on Saskatoon’s Community Radio, CFCR 90.5fm (1999 to 2012); and as a guest lecturer/presenter to elementary and high school students on “Hip-hop and the Literary Arts” (2006 to 2013).