Adrian Visheau

Visheau, Adrian

Adrian Visheau


Contact Information

416-225-8750 (ext. 384)
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Bar Admission
  • Ontario, 2010
  • University of Toronto, J.D. (2009)
  • University of Toronto, M.A. (2006)
  • University of Toronto, B.A. (Honours) (2005)


Adrian practices civil and commercial litigation with a particular focus on banking, secured lending and fraud related matters.  Adrian also has extensive experience acting for banks and financial institutions in matters involving vexatious litigants.  He has appeared before several administrative tribunals, the Small Claims Court, the Ontario Superior Court of Justice and the Court of Appeal for Ontario. 

Prior to joining KRMC upon his call to the bar in 2010, Adrian summered and articled at a major national law firm, where his articling term involved secondments to the legal departments of a Canadian chartered bank and the Canadian subsidiary of an international engineering and technology conglomerate.  Adrian also delivered or assisted with several presentations to professional and business associations during his articling term. 

While a student at the University of Toronto Faculty of Law, Adrian was selected to join the inaugural class of Georgetown University's Center for Transnational Legal Studies in London, UK, where his studies focused on international law and cross-border dispute resolution.  Adrian was also extensively involved in the University of Toronto Faculty of Law Review and various volunteer initiatives, including Downtown Legal Services and the Family Law Project of Pro Bono Students Canada.

Adrian is a three-time graduate of the University of Toronto, having earned an undergraduate degree (with High Distinction) in English and Philosophy and a Masters degree in English prior to attending law school.  Adrian was the recipient of many awards and scholarships while at the University of Toronto, including the Helen Maude Volkes Scholarship for Post-Graduate Studies and the Torno Prize.  He was on the Dean’s Honour List every year of his undergraduate studies.


  • More Trouble Than They’re Worth? Using and Appointing Experts in ICC Administered Arbitration, Commercial Litigation Review, Vol. 8, No. 2, May, 2010

Professional Associations

  • Ontario/Canadian Bar Association