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Kristina Aiad-Toss

Associate Attorney


Kristina Aiad-Toss is an associate in the mass torts and personal injury practice group.

Prior to joining Singleton Schreiber,  Ms. Aiad-Toss began her legal career at a nationwide mass tort firm representing survivors of human trafficking against industries and corporations that benefited from their suffering. Ms. Aiad-Toss continued to play a key role in the management of the firm’s Boy Scout Sex child abuse and hair relaxer dockets.

Ms. Aiad-Toss has long been a dedicated advocate for social justice and human rights. Her previous work and legal education focused on issues affecting marginalized communities both locally and internationally, including human trafficking, environmental impacts of development projects, women’s rights, and armed conflict. During college, Ms. Aiad-Toss focused on food security and agricultural policy during an internship with the U.S. Mission to the United Nations.

After earning her bachelor’s degree in Philosophy, Political Science, and Economics from the University of Akron, Ms. Aiad-Toss graduated with a Juris Doctor from Case Western Reserve University School of Law as a Vattel International Law Fellow and received an LLM from Middlesex University in London. During her time in law school, she was a co-captain of the Vis International Commercial Arbitration Moot Court Team, a Klatsky Fellow with Human Rights Watch, and co-founder of an anti-human trafficking non-profit.

Ms. Aiad-Toss is currently an Ohio State Bar Foundation Fellow and serves as the secretary of the Board of Directors for national anti-trafficking non-profit, The SOAP Project.

Ms. Aiad-Toss is always planning her next adventure. In her free-time, Ms. Aiad-Toss can be found traveling to a new destination, planning photoshoots, hiking up a mountain, or cooking an elaborate meal.

Honors & Awards

  • Top 40 Under 40, Civil Plaintiff, National Trial Lawyers, 2023
  • Ohio State Bar Foundation Fellow, 2024
  • Klatsky Human Rights Fellow, Human Rights Watch & Case Western Reserve University School of Law, 2020

News & Publications


  • Presenter, “Trafficking Cases and Negligence on Hotels,” American Association of Justice Winter Convention, 2024
  • Presenter, “From the Word Go: Creating Core Values at your Firm“ AAJ Women Trial Lawyers Caucus (WTLC) Leadership Summit, 2024
  • Presenter, “Human Trafficking & the Legal System,” Ohio State Young Lawyers Section Meeting, 2024
  • Presenter, “Third Party Liability in Human Trafficking Cases,” American Association of Justice Summer Convention, 2023
  • Presenter, “Caseworks Stream: Human Trafficking,” Case Works, 2023
  • Media Mention, “Boy Scouts victims may lose out on funds over 'quick pay' deadline,” Thomson Reuters, 2023
  • Presenter, “Human Trafficking, Corporations, and Remedies for Survivors: Holding Hotels Accountable for Profiting from Sex Trafficking,” International Human Trafficking & Social Justice Conference, 2022
  • Presenter, “Human Trafficking” Cases 4 Causes Podcast, Obu Interactive, 2022
  • Author, “World Bank Group Failing at Remedies for Project Abuses,” Human Rights Watch, 2020
  • Author, “Aiding and Abetting Terror in El Salvador: Holding the United States Responsible for War Crimes Committed During the Salvadoran Civil War,” International Partners in Mission (IPM), 2020
  • Presenter, “Planting the Seeds of Violence: How U.S. Involvement in El Salvador Led to Today’s Migration Crisis,” Case Western Reserve University School of Law, Cox International Law Center, 2020
  • Feature, “International law student publishes white paper on U.S. responsibility for war crimes in El Salvador civil war,” Case Western Reserve University School of Law, 2020
  • Contributor, “Aiding & Abetting: Holding States, Corporations, and Individuals Accountable for War Crimes in Yemen” Case Western Reserve University School of Law, Yemen Accountability Project, 2028
  • Feature, Williams Honors Scholar explores world of opportunities, University of Akron, 2018

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