Sujit Choudhry attained the degree of law that he now holds, at the University of Oxford and later on his masters in the same at Harvard school of law. He worked as a law professor at the University of California and even went on to serve in the position of Dean. He achieved this as the first Indian-American in the varsity. Prior to that, he taught at New York University and at the University of Toronto, he was School Chair (blogs.law.nyu.edu).
The professor is the founding father of the Center for Constitutional Transitions which works at creating and disseminating information on building the constitution. This is possible because it produces options of policies and yields a good number of research operations. The achievement of their goals is due to the fact that they source knowledge and ideas from experts. These professionals come from various countries, thus the different nations facing constitutional and political obstacles are elevated.
Sujit’s method combines deep and broad research with rich field experience. He partners with Non-governmental organizations, worldwide diverse multiparty organizations and thinks tanks.
Sujit Choudhry boasts of a wide enrichment in the field of law. This is a fact that has enabled him to create good correspondence for himself and those he works with. He is a known figure internationally, and his deep-rooted experience in constitutional matters is unmatched. This has seen him work as an advisor to countries like Ukraine, South Africa, Egypt and many more.
His professional career gets more impressive because of the fact that he works in mediation as well as in consultancy for the United Nations. Choudhry also extends his skills in the latter at the World Bank. Notably, he once served the Chief Justice of Canada as a law clerk.
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Aside from that, professor Choudhry has published articles, papers, reports, and books. Thanks to his expertise, some of his books are used in universities, and others act as a reference point for countries during the drafting or amendment of a constitution. Click medium.com for more of his works.
Just as every good deed deserves appraisal, Sujit Choudhry has received many accolades from both countries and institutions he has worked with (http://www.law.nyu.edu/news/choudhry_award). The great professor continues to impact the world on all matters political.