Sujit Choudhry is a constitutional expert and advisor on comparative law. He holds several law degrees from Oxford, Harvard and Toronto schools. As a faculty director, he has vast field experience in constitutional building. In addition, he has taught in several institutions of higher learning which include; University of Toronto faculty of law and New York University faulty of law.
Choudhry has also worked with the supreme law of Canada. Today, he addresses the various questions on how to do peaceful democratic politics and how to avoid conflicts during government transitions. Further, he has published many articles, books, reports and working papers which include; constitutional design of divided societies (Oxford,2008), The migration of constitutional ideas, The Oxford Handbook of Indian Constitutional Law and many other collections.
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On the other hand, he has written about Canadian constitutional law and owns a website that explains more about constitutional transitions. Currently, Choudhry is a professor at university of California in the faculty of law and a director of centre of constitutional transitions. He is an advisor in Cambridge studies on matters pertaining to public law. Further, he is member of International Society of Public Law.
Over the years, he has worked as a constitutional expert advisor in different countries like; Jordan, Egypt, Sri Lanka, Libya and Tunisia. Likewise, he formed the advisory panel in Toronto. In fact, he brought in major reforms in the government. Professor Sujit Choudhry is a consultant at World Bank institute and forms the mediation roaster in roaster in United Nations. As an expert in comparative constitutional law, he has brought major reforms and strategic agenda on comparative law.
To ensure his agenda is well implemented, he has established several initiatives that revolve around globalization and innovation. Sujit Choudhry efforts have not gone unnoticed. In 2011, he was named by the South Asian Bar Association of Toronto as the practitioner of the year. Further, he was one of the few Canadians who received Trudeau Fellowship award in 2010.
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