Professor Sujit Choudhry is famed to be the constitutional expert and advisor. Professor Choudhry is the Professor of Law at the University of California where he served as a Dean. Sujit served as Professor of Law at the New York University of Law. He is presently the Director of the Center for Constitutional Transitions in the School of Law in the University of California, Berkeley. CCT aims at generating and mobilizing knowledge in support of the constitution building by leading and assembling the international networks of experts. Center for Constitutional Transitions has partnered with the global network of multilateral firms, NGOs and think tanks. They have worked hand in hand with over fifty experts from more than twenty-five countries.
Sujit Choudhry founded the organization out of the experience as a constitutional expert and advisor to the trending democracies across nations and the need for amending the existing laws and implementing new constitutions. He believed that the organization would provide adequate information and updated research on constitutions.
Today, Sujit Choudhry is internationally recognized authority on comparative constitutional law and politics. He combines a lot of the investigation with in-depth experience in the field as an expert and advisor to the constitution-building processes across nations including Tunisia, Egypt, Jordan, Libya, Sri Lanka, Ukraine, Nepal, and South Africa. He has given lectures in many countries across the world. Check this on thereisnoconsensus.com
From his immigrant background and law degrees from three different countries, Sujit has navigated through various political and legal environments. It has been an excellent experience as every country has its history and culture. His excellent education empowered him most to reach his current success position.
He holds Bachelor’s of Laws from the University of Toronto, Bachelor of Arts in Law from the University of Oxford, Bachelor of Science (B.Sc) from McGill University and Masters of Laws from Harvard Law School. He possesses skills in research, public policy, democracy promotion, constitutional law, policy analysis and international relations. Check on blog.law.nyu.edu for additional article.
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Professor Choudhry`s research addresses various issues in comparative constitutional politics and law including constitutional design in ethnically divided societies, minority and majority rights, constitutional courts, democratic rule, bills of rights and proportionality, semi-presidentialism, constitution building, and security oversight. He has been linked to having written Canadian Constitutional Law. He has published more than 90 articles, working papers, books, and reports. Check this recent article written by Sujit on activistpost.com
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