Sujit was inspired to form the Centre for Constitutional Transitions by the lack of up to date research on constitutional advice. His advice to people is always to listen and stay responsive on the ground. As a lawyer, you need to quickly immerse yourself into the world of the client and look at things from the client’s point of view without assuming that you know the truth since your truth might differ from that of the client. According to Sujit, the world needs a new organization to host important cases across the world in different languages. He believes that this would change the history of constitutionalism. Professor Choudhry co-leads three collaborative research projects namely Protecting Democratic Consolidation, Security Sector Oversight, and managing territorial cleavages in constitutional transitions. Read insights and views from Sujit on ceocfointerviews.com
Sujit’s greatest accomplishments include bringing together experts who are leading practitioners from all over the world to form a global network since these systems outlive the organization projects. Sujit says that the next project in the pipeline of the Center for Constitutional Transitions is launching knowledge projects in fall.
Sujit Choudhry is a Professor of Law at the University of California and has served as the Dean of the Berkeley – School of Law. He has worked as a Professor of Law at the Cecelia Goetz in New York University, as well as the University of Toronto. Sujit Choudhry is recognized internationally for influencing politics and comparative constitutional law.
Read this law blog about Sujit on thereisnoconsensus.com.
Professor Sujit Choudhry holds a law degree from Toronto, Harvard, and Oxford. Sujit Choudhry has also served as the law clerk to the famous Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of Canada, Antonio Lamer. He is a member of United Nations Mediation Roster; a consultant to the World Bank Institute.
Sujit Choudhry established the Center for Constitutional Transitions that produces and mobilizes information for supporting the Constitution by building international networks to create evidence based policies that are used by decision makers of Non-governmental organizations and multilateral organizations. The Center for Constitutional Transitions has worked with more than fifty experts. For update on Sujit’s timeline activities, hit on crunchbase.com.
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