Aden Ritter

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Aden Ritter was born and raised in Saskatchewan. He spent his early years in LaRonge and moved to Saskatoon at the age of 7.  He attended the ACTAL program and graduated from Marion Graham High School.  After attending Engineering at the University of Waterloo he moved back to Saskatoon to do a degree in Political Science before entering Law School at the University of Saskatchewan. While attending at the College of Law, Aden served as an editor on the Saskatchewan Law Review Editorial Board. He graduated in 2018.   



Tracy Partridge, 306-477-7295,


Areas of Law

  • General Practice of Law

Call to Bar

Intended 2019

Education & Degrees

  • Bachelor of Arts Distinction (2018)
  • Juris Doctor Distinction(2018)

Professional & Community Involvement

Outside of work Aden enjoys travelling, cooking, and recreational activities such as fishing, slo-pitch, skiing, and golf. Aden is also an avid reader, keen to the mystery, science-fiction, and fantasy genres.


Book Note

”Permanent State of Emergency: Unchecked Executive Power and the Demise of the Rule of Law”. Book Review, 81(1) Sask. Law Review 103.

“A Tail of Two Puppies: A Comment on Henderson v. Henderson” (Case Commentary), Saskatchewan Law Review Blog Post, available online at :