Advancing Constitutionalism and Peaceful Democratic Transitions

The Center for Constitutional Transitions was founded to generate and mobilize knowledge in order to assist democracies build stable constitutions. The vision was achieved through a network of 50 experts across 35 countries, who have assisted governments and policy makers reach proper decisions and partnerships. The network is made up of, think-tanks, organizations, and NGOs.

The organization was founded to fill the gap created by the lack of up-to-date and adequate research on constitutionalism and effective democracy-building. Sujit Choudhry intended to create a platform to amend and assist in the writing of many constitutions across the world.

Immigrant background and legal experience

Being an immigrant and having travelled through many countries, Sujit believed that he has had a rich experience with many constitutions and political environments. These has been a key factor behind his success in constitutionalism. He has law degrees for Oxford, and Harvard universities, apart from this other experiences in public policy and political decision making.  Check blogs.law.nyu.edu

Understanding the people at their level

The advice Sujit Choudhry gives is that as an expert in constitution writing, it is good to always listen and be responsive to the citizens and the people. You will be able to quickly get into their ways of life and understand their situations better. The approach, which he considers as the best in America is the one you reach out to the people themselves.

Choudhry’s proud achievements

Choudhry is most proud for the accomplishments he has been able to make in bringing constitutional experts together, scholars and leading policy practitioners. The knowledge he helped impart will outlive the simple project of establishing the CFO.

Sujit Choudhry Background

Sujit Choudhry is a leader, expert and professor in constitutional law and holds his law degree from the University of Oxford as well as Harvard. During his early years following completion of law school, he served Chief Justice Antonio Lamer as a personal clerk, while undertaking his research in politics, constitutional design and comparative constitution.  For update on Sujit’s timeline activities, click crunchbase.com.

There are more than 90 articles and publications on law done by professor Choudhry. They include the Migration of Constitutional Ideas, 2006, Constitution Making (Edgar, 2016) and the Oxford Handbook of the Indian Constitution (Oxford 2006).   For his recent written article, click on this.  His accomplishments have assisted government’s transition and resolve conflicts relating to constitutional dispensations.

For Sujit’s latest tweets, follow him on https://twitter.com/sujit_choudhry

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