Christopher Campbell-Duruflé has been a member of the Barreau du Québec (Quebec bar association) since 2010 and is a doctoral candidate at the University of Toronto. He holds a bachelor of laws degree from McGill University and a master of laws degree in international human rights law from the University of Notre-Dame and was a research lawyer at the Court of Appeal of Quebec for the former Chief Justice of Quebec, the Honourable J.J. Michel Robert.

Me Campbell-Duruflé’s research focuses on the accountability mechanisms of the 2015 Paris Agreement on climate change and was funded by the Pierre Elliott Trudeau Foundation and the Social Science and Humanities Research Council of Canada (Joseph-Armand Bombardier Scholarship). He was accredited to the United Nations climate negotiations from 2015 to 2019, where he was a member of the Burkina Faso delegation and represented the Centre for International Sustainable Development Law.

Me Campbell-Duruflé has also worked as a lawyer at the Inter-American Commission on Human Rights and at the office of Lawyers Without Borders Canada in Colombia and was a member of the team of the Clinique internationale de défense des droits humains de l’UQÀM (UQAM international human rights clinic, or CIDDHU) as a lawyer-supervisor for the case of Nadège Dorzema et al. v. Dominican Republic.