Josh’s litigation and advocacy work focuses on protecting ecosystems threatened by resource extraction, challenging projects that exacerbate climate change, and promoting clear and effective environmental laws. As the Director of the Ecojustice Environmental Law Clinic, he teaches part-time at the University of Ottawa and mentors students working on Ecojustice cases. Before joining Ecojustice in 2016 Josh maintained a dynamic litigation practice at a leading Toronto firm, dedicating pro-bono time to environmental groups, and pursued a master’s degree in environmental law. He can often be found in Ontario’s backcountry and aims to paddle as many of its lakes and rivers as possible in one lifetime.
Last updated: October 4, 2016