Sujit Choudhry is the highly acclaimed founder of The Center For Transitional Constitutions, a resource based foundation dedicated to gathering research on constitutional law worldwide. The Center has over fifty contributing experts from twenty-five countries who share their deep knowledge, analyses and advice with developing countries. Sujit Choudhry started The Center For Transitional Constitutions when he found there was a lack of cohesive resources that had current information in the area of constitutional law. In his work as an adviser to developing countries it was difficult to find current information that was relevant to the issues at hand. He knew that there was a large amount of information available and endeavored to capture it in one location.
Sujit’s parents encouraged him to pursue higher education.He has received law degrees from Oxford, Harvard and Toronto Universities and is an expert in constitutional law. In addition to his wide ranging educational experience he was also a Rhodes Scholar. He gained invaluable experience by working with Canadian Chief Justice Antonio Lamar as a law clerk. He is a professor of law at U.C. Berkeley. Prior to his position at U.C. Berkeley he taught at the New York University School of Law and worked at the University of Toronto where he was a tenured professor. Additional article to read on law.nyu.edu.
Sujit Choudhry uses constitutional laws to resolve conflicts, especially in developing countries with diverse ethnic groups who are experiencing unrest. He has actively participated in assisting countries such as Nepal, Libya, Ukraine, South Africa, Egypt and Jordan in trying to resolve issues that stem from constitutional law. Refer to blogs.law.nyu.edu for related articles. Sujit Choudhry is a prolific writer as well as lecturer who loves to research constitutional law and freely share his knowledge with others. He has authored numerous reports, articles, working papers and books. For his recent authored work, click on activistpost.com. Sujit Choudhry shares his expansive knowledge by sitting on several editorial and advisory boards including The International Journal of Constitutional Law, Cambridge Studies in Constitutional Law, the International Society of Public Laws and the Institute for Integrated Transitions. The Indian Constitutional Law Review have made him an Honorary Member of their Advisory Board. To read more about Sujit and his works, check on sujitchoudhry.com.
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