Sujit Choudhry is the Law professor at UC Berkeley School of Law and is recognized for his contribution and expertise in comparative constitutional law. He was the Dean of the School of Law and was in there for two years. Sujit was the Professor of Law at New York University School of Law and the Chair of the Faculty of Law at the University of Toronto. With his vast experience, he has received the Trudeau Fellowship.
He has managed to help and influence the direction in which countries follow in governance. In 1996 he was a law clerk to Chief Justice Antonio Lamer. Sujit Choudhry finished his degree at the Harvard School of Law and the university’s Center for Ethics. His career started when he worked at the University of Toronto as an Assistant Professor. To read an important interview with Sujit, click on ceocfointerviews.com
Experience has helped him come up with efficient ways to make laws and constitutions for countries. See constitutionaltransitions.org. He bases his recommendation on the research that he carries out. He goes to the center of the society to get the field connection so that he makes laws fitting them. Sujit has offered advice to countries and organizations. Sujit Choudhry has been in Egypt, Jordan, Libya, Nepal, Sri Lanka and South Africa when they wanted new constitutions that met needs of the citizens.
When he is teaching, giving talks and lectures to law students and law practitioners, he insists that justice will be delivered to the people well if the constitution is designed in a right way. People with different cultures and origin can unite and use it as a form of unity. Dictatorial states together with the war zones can change and be peaceful democratic nations by putting together the Decentralization, Federalism and Secession strategies that will help in influencing and promote fairness in a country. The effect of the change will be felt in the grass root, and people will be united and support human rights because of equal treatment. Read more blogs, visit Sujit’s linkedin.com page.
According to fundacity.com, Sujit is involved in implementing the constitution, and he edits books and journals. He is the director of the Center for Constitutional Transitions which comes up with knowledge in legal structure development. Additional reading on here.