Professor Choudhry is one of the founders of Center for Constitutional Transitions. He serves as the director. This institution mobilizes and reaches out to foreign nations in need to build a new constitution. They do this by leading and assembling international networks of experts to do research projects concerning the legal law in that country. The organization collaborates with another global network of think tanks universities and NGOs. Before coming to Berkley, Chaudhry was a law professor. Related articles on works.bepress.com
Sujit Choudhry received Trudeau Fellowship award the Canadian version of MacArthur awards together with four others in 2010.
He also had the honor to be in the governing advisory panel that proposed major reforms of the structure of the municipal government in Toronto. Click this related site.
Comparative constitutional law
Comparative law is one of the most crucial and intriguing part in the legal field. Although it is not all, it plays a vital role in understanding the overall legal system. Students of comparative law learn how legal systems in different countries work. With the help of comparative law, legal businesses and government institutions can understand and achieve their international goals.
Professor Chaudhry has vast experience in this type of law, which makes him one of the most trusted individuals on the subject. He has spent so many years learning and trying to understand the legal system of many nations than the former professors. The teacher put his name on the world map due to comparative constitution law and politics. He has spoken in more than 25 countries and combines in-depth field experiences with a wide range research agenda as a constitution building process advisor. The countries he served are Tunisia, Libya, Nepal, Jordan, Egypt, Ukraine, South Africa, and others. Source: en.wikipedia.org
His research addresses issues in politics and comparative constitutional law. They include Constitutional design as a way to transition from conflicts to peace; unite ethnic nations, succession, and decentralization, constitutional courts, minority group rights, proportionality, bill of rights, The professor has published books that enable people to understand this law. The site crunchbase.com has additional info about Choudhry.
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