Toye’s practice focuses on civil and criminal litigation. Hailing from a family rooted in the legal profession, his desire to practice law began at an early age. In addition to his practical experience, he brings his passion for litigation and the desire to connect with and support his community.
In 2017, Toye graduated from the University of Maine School of Law, where he served as a member of Maine Law Review, as well as a student attorney for the York District Attorney’s office, as a judicial extern for the Maine District Court in Portland, and as a Student Attorney at the Cumberland Legal Aid Clinic. In 2015, he was selected for a Fellowship with Dow and Associates, a law firm in Botswana, where he honed his skills in appellate advocacy, focusing on international human rights law. He earned his bachelor in political science from Kutztown University of Pennsylvania, graduating summa cum laude.