Sujit Choudhry, the Well-Founded Comparative Constitutional Law Maker

On 10th July, Sujit Choudhry who is the Director of Center for constitutional transitions together with other experts on legal matters discussed challenges faced by the constitution, and in particular the Ukraine constitution. Sujit gave a lot of valuable insight concerning the issue in that, the Ukrainian constitution vests a lot of power in the presidency, legislature, and electoral bodies. This means that most agencies and the public are left at the mercy of the sectors with more power hence political instability. The conference, which also involved the people of Ukraine had critical information. His ideas from his works “constitution-making” which gave an insight on decision making in governments that are transiting into democracies. It is pertinent to note that the center headed by Choudhry is vital when it comes to constitutional matters. This is because, after thorough research, meetings involving experts from different areas are made possible, and solutions that can help curb different issues experienced are realized.

Sujit Choudhry, born in 1979, is a law professor who is well-known for his well-founded knowledge of the comparative constitutional law. He is an Indian American and is among the few great minds in the field of law. He studied law both in Harvard school of law and University of Oxford. It is because of his excellent background on the law from these institutions that has landed him various partnerships. Sujit Choudhry is a man with in-depth knowledge of how to make a constitution.  For update on his latest timeline activities, hit on crunchbase.com.

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Sujit Choudhry is not only good in the constitutional making process but also does a lot of research where he writes articles on different political issues and comparative law.  Check consititutionaltransitions.org.

He is also part of the UN fraternity as a member of radiation roster. Choudhry is an essential person in many countries. He spearheaded the writing of Canadian constitutional law. By helping different nations who are in need of constitutional making, this means that he is a peacemaker. Therefore, his work is commendable and cannot go unnoticed. It is for this reason that he has received numerous awards. For instance, back in 2011, he got the practitioner of the year award.  More of this on law.nyu.edu.

Read  more about his published works on http://www.indiawest.com/news/global_indian/u-c-berkeley-law-professor-sujit-choudhry-co-edits-new/article_163b28d6-e9a6-11e6-a1f5-f7dfdfa8c09d.html