- B.A., University of British Columbia
- M.Phil., University of Oxford
- Ph.D. in progress, University of Toronto
Teddy’s doctoral research examines the legitimacy of criminal justice for Indigenous people in Canada. His other research interests include democratic political theory, Indigenous political thought, comparative political thought, Canadian politics, public policy, and ethics. Before starting doctoral studies, he was a policy advisor in the federal Department of Justice and is currently a Doctoral Fellow at the Centre for Ethics.