Where there are relations of any form among nations, it is necessary to establish regulations to govern such relations. This is important since each country relies on its unique set of laws, political frameworks, trade agendas, and other forms of regulations.
Sujit Choudhry is a renowned professional in such matters. Sujit boasts of a rich knowledge base drawn from his academic pursuits in universities of Toronto and McGill. He also went to Oxford University where he completed a law degree. In a bid to quench the thirst for education, Sujit joined Toronto law school and later Harvard law school to further his educational exploits.
His expertise lies in comparative law, where he analyses the laws of two or more nations to understand their relationship and areas of disharmony. This branch of legal studies contributes to unifying laws, solving conflicts, constitution building, creating security policies, and disseminating constitutional rights and obligations among other constitutional obligations.
His over 20 years’ experience in constitutional laws make him an authority on the matter (law.nyu.edu). He has been at the helm of constitution formation bodies of many countries spread over the globe. He has participated in forming constitutions for countries in Africa, Europe, and the Middle East. As part of his duty, Sujit Choudhry advises teams, offers insight by speaking at constitutional forums, trains government officials, and reports the progress of any task assigned.
Having risen from a law clerk at Canada’s Supreme Court to his current position, Sujit Choudhry understands the values of hard work, patience, and persistence in building a successful career. Sujit Choudhry belongs to the International Society of Public law and the Advisory Council of the Indian Constitutional Law Review. He also sits on the adversarial boards of Institute for Integrated Transitions and Cambridge Studies in Constitutional Law among other publications. To his name, there are over ninety articles, book chapters, and reports, see works.bepress.com.
Professor Choudhry also offers commentaries on legal issues and criticizes individuals and institutions that threaten constitutional democracy. By doing this, he protects and represents the rights of many individuals who lack the knowledge and capacity to speak out for themselves.