Sujit Choudhry serves as the Director of Center for Constitution Transitions. The Center constitutes the accomplished experts with the constitution. Sujit is a Law professor at Michael Heyman and California University respectively. He has served at the University of Toronto has the Scholl Chair and a Law lecturer at New York University. His extensive knowledge in both comparative constitutional law and politics has gained him fame across the world. Countries such as Sri Lanka, Egypt, Yemen, Ukraine, South Africa, Nepal, Tunisia, and Jordan have sought advice from Sujit Choudhry in building constitutions for their home country. He has also served as the first Indian-American to be a dean of a University. Sujit was also hired by the United Nations Development Program and World Bank to serve as the consultant at the World Bank Institute. Professor Sujit also served in Supreme Court of Canada as the Rhodes Scholar of C.J Antonio Lamer and also as a clerk. More to read on blogs.law.nyu.edu.
Sujit Choudhry was born in the year 1970. He excelled in his studies that led to his enrollment at Harvard University where he achieved his master’s degree in Law. Before his master’s degree; Sujit had graduated previously with a degree in Law from Oxford University. His passion in Law made Sujit to abandon his biological studies at McGill University. The Center for Constitutional Transitions has mandated itself in gathering comprehensive knowledge in response to constitution construction. The policies options that are evident and researched by experts across the globe are presented to countries that need them. Constitution construction also involves NGOs, Studies, Universities and Multilateral organizations.
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Sujit Choudhry has managed to lecture various countries and also advised them on the constitutional process. He has also written a collection entitled ”Constitutional Making” that contains case studies, related legal articles, and academic contribution. Check this on indiawest.com. Sujit Choudhry has been privileged to execute powers amidst his fellow experts. Sujit is remembered for pointing out that the Ukrainian democratization lacked stability due to the weak political parties, presidential power’s concentration and the electoral system of the legislature. Sujit has acted as a mediator in many countries through the transition of violence to peace and advocacy for democracy. Additional article on work.bepress.com.
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