Sujit Choudry wears many hats a constitutional law expert. He is one of the founding directors of the Center for Constitutional Transitions. He also wears the hat of the I.Michael Heyman Professor of Law at the University of California. He is a Dean at the same institution. More related article on blogs.law.nyu.edu.
At the Center for Constitutional Transition, Sujit holds the responsibility of gathering knowledge that is critical in the process of constitutional building. The center works in partnership with other international players in the field of constitutional making to come up with proven policy options for countries which are looking to formulate new constitutions or amend existing ones. The center has a history of working with various organizations, think tanks and non-governmental organizations to come up with laws that work.
According to Sujit Choudry, he founded the organization to fill the void that is presented by the lack of sufficient, up-to-date research results on the issues that are likely to arise during a constitution transition. The institution works to plug this void by providing current issues that might arise during this process of constitution transition. This approach can provide countries with the right advice as they undergo this process.
Sujit Choudhry is an expert in the field of comparative law. This area of study provides an in-depth analysis of the differences and similarities that exist between different legal systems. Having graduated with three law degrees from distinct countries and by extension different judicial systems, Sujit is adequately exposed in comparative law. This cultural diversity has propelled Choudhry to the height of his career. His law degrees are from prestigious institutions of higher learning; Oxford, Toronto, and Harvard. Check on law.nyu.edu, related news/
According to Sujit Choudhry, the interpretation of constitutions in their actual political contexts can never be more relevant and timely, for an interview article, click on ceocointerviews.com.. Constitution implementation challenges cut across different countries and different political environments. Some time back people thought that the United States is an exception when it comes to law implementation challenges but now they know that related experiences can be drawn from various jurisprudences to solve a constitutional crisis in America. This finding further underscores the importance of comparative law. Visit Choudhry at his website at officialsujitchoudhry.com
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