Labelle Eastaugh is an associate professor at the Faculty of Law of the Université de Moncton. His research, which focuses on constitutional law, administrative law, language rights and cultural minority rights, has been published in the University of Toronto Law Journal, the Osgoode Hall Law Journal, the Revue générale de droit, the Revue de droit de l'Université de Sherbrooke, the Linguistic Law Review, and Linguistic Minorities and Society, among others. He holds degrees in civil law (LL.L, 2006) and common law (JD, 2007) from the University of Ottawa, and a Master of Comparative Law (MSt, 2011) and a Doctor of Philosophy (D.Phil, 2015) from the University of Oxford, where he studied as a SSHRC Doctoral Fellow. From 2009 to 2010, Mr. Labelle Eastaugh clerked for Justice Marshall Rothstein at the Supreme Court of Canada. He has argued a number of important public law and language rights cases before the New Brunswick Court of Appeal, the Federal Court of Appeal and the Supreme Court of Canada, among others. Mr. Labelle Eastaugh has been invited to appear as an expert witness on language rights issues before the House of Commons of Canada, the Senate of Canada, and the New Brunswick Official Languages Act Review Panel. He has also served as an expert advisor to the Orientation Committee of the Dispositif des dynamiques culturelles et linguistiques of the Organisation internationale de la Francophonie.