Sébastien Jodoin is an Assistant Professor in the Faculty of Law of McGill University and an Associate Member of the McGill School of Environment and the Max Bell School of Public Policy. A 2011 Trudeau Scholar, he has served as a principal investigator for several large-scale research projects funded by SSHRC, FQRSC, and the Ford Foundation.
His research on transnational climate law and policy and the role of human rights in climate governance has appeared in leading peer reviewed journals in law and political science and has been cited in reports produced by the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change, the Centre for International Forestry Research, and the Centre for Global Development. Prior to his appointment at McGill, he worked for Amnesty International Canada, the United Nations, the Centre for International Sustainable Development Law, and the Canadian Centre for International Justice.
He has also served as a consultant for a range of international and non-governmental organisations, and currently serves on the board of governors of EnJeu (Environnement Jeunesse). He holds a Ph.D. in environmental studies from Yale University, an M.Phil. in international relations from the University of Cambridge, an LL.M. in international law from the London School of Economics, and B.C.L. and LL.B degrees from McGill University.