Constitution making process is complicated, and vast knowledge is needed for it to be successful. Sujit Choudhry; a founding director at Center for Constitutional Transitions is a great expert in constitution politics and law. He has vast experience, and he has spoken in over 20 countries in the world in matters of law-making and amendments. Sujit has played significant roles in Egypt, Nepal, Sri Lanka, South Africa, Libya and Yemen in constitution building. Keep up-to-date with his latest work, check researchgate.net.
Sujit Choudhry is highly educated in law. He has attained law degrees from Toronto, Harvard and Oxford Universities. Sujit has been very focused to share his knowledge in law with many students. Therefore, he has been a teaching law at New York University, University of California and at the University of Toronto. On top of that, he is recognized in the world when it comes to constitutional law and politics. Refer to blogs.law.nyu.edu for additional reading.
With an experience of at least 20 years, Sujit has been very influential in leading stakeholder consultations, civil servant training, bringing together parliamentarians and party leaders, and addressing challenges in comparative law.
Sujit Choudhry founded Center for Constitutional Transitions so that evidence-based policies can be developed by experts brought together under the international network. These policies are very helpful in constitution building processes, and they are useful to decision makers and all the players involved in constitution making. Sujit has helped bring together at least 50 specialists from different countries who develop and mobilize knowledge which is essential in constitution making.
Sujit has an immigrant background and has law degrees from three universities in the various countries. Therefore, he has experienced different political and legal environment which has been very crucial for his success. This experience from countries that are different gave him a broad experience in constitutional law which means he can approach constitutional issues differently. Sujit believes in listening to be people on the ground is very important and you should not assume that you know what happens on the field. Listen to the people and look at things from their point of view. Read this note-worthy article on iconnectblog.com.
If given enough funds, Sujit Choudhry can make history in constitutionalism by creating a global organization that addresses constitutional matters globally. Sujit is confident that recently they will launch collaborative projects in partnership with many constitution organizations from different countries.
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