Sujit Choudhry is a globally recognized authority on comparative constitutional law. He’s the founder of the Center for Constitutional Transitions and a respected Professor of Law at the University of California where he also served as the Dean. Previously, he was the Scholl Chair at the University of Toronto and the Cecelia Goetz Professor of Law at New York University.
As a globally recognized figure on comparative constitutional law and political systems, Sujit Choudhry has served in more than 24 countries. He combines an extensive research agenda with profound field experience as a mentor to constitution building process. He has been involved in the development of constitution of countries like Nepal, Libya, Sri Lanka, South Africa, Jordan, Egypt, Sri Lanka, Tunisia, and Ukraine.
Professor Choudhry has written broadly on Canadian constitutional law, and his research covers a wide variety of issues in comparative constitutional law, read more here on ceocfointerviews.com. He focuses on sensitive topics such as constitutional design in ethnically separated societies and constitutional development as a device to manage the transition from a brutal to a peaceful democratic politics. Besides, he has addressed issues like security sector oversight, official language policy, constitutional courts, minority and group constitution building, and fundamental methodological questions in the study of comparative law. Hop over here.
Choudhry has published over ninety articles, working papers, book chapters, and reports. He’s a respected member of the International Society of Public Law, the Editorial Board of the Constitutional Court Review, and the Scientific Board of the International Journal of Constitutional Law. Go to iconnectblog.com for more blog.
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As the founder and an effective Leader of the Center for Constitutional Transitions, Choudhry oversees numerous activities of the reputable institution. The center is involved in mobilizing and generating knowledge in support of the constitution building. It also brings together and leads global networks of specialists to produce evidence-based policy alternatives for agenda-setting research in addition to partnering with the international network of multilateral institutions, NGOs, and think tanks. Click blogs.law.nyu.edu for more.
Currently, Choudhry has partnered with the International Institute for Democracy and Electoral Assistance to co-lead three international collaborative research projects, which will lead to a series of studies and policy outputs. Additionally, Professor Sujit Choudhry is a member of the United Nations Meditation Roster and an advisor to the World Bank Institute and the United Nations Development.