Sujit Choundhry is a leading expert in constitutional law and has over the years served as a constitutional advisor to many emerging democracies in the world. He has been instrumental is assisting divided nations to forge alliances and come up with peaceful constitutions. It motivated Sujit to establish the Centre for Constitutional Transitions, which helps share knowledge of peaceful transitions.
Research carried out by Professor Sujit
The research conducted by Prof. Sujit Choundhry addresses politics, comparative constitution, constitutional design, and change through conflict. Sujit Choundhry has knowledge on global issues, the reason he is inspired to work with different cultures to realize democracy and adherence to public policies. Therefore, he has learned to be more emphatic, based on his many years’ experience in constitution building endeavors.
Areas of interest for Sujit Choundhry
Choundhry is primarily interested in the need to foster knowledge in community networks. He is also collaborating to establish a global institution for democracy and electoral assistance for the emerging democracies. He has provided his advice on democracy in Egypt, Libya, South Africa, Ukraine, and Nepal.
Choundhry is a professor of Law and holds a Law degree from the University of Oxford, Toronto and Harvard University. He was a Rhodes Scholar at Harvard and served in the capacity of a personal clerk to the Chief Justice Antonio Lamer in Canada. Antonio Lamer was the then Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of Canada.
Professor Sujit’s works
Choundhry has done more than 90 articles in constitutional and comparative law. Read Sujit’s blogs, visit linkedin.com. The books, articles and the book chapters include the Migration of Constitutional Ideas, 2006, The Oxford Handbook of the Indian Constitution (Oxford 2006), and Constitution-Making (Edgar, 2016) among many other articles and law reports. Sujit Choudhry is a member of the executive committee of the ICONS or the International Society of Public Law and the International Advisory Council of IFIT. He is also a committee of the Editorial Board of Constitutional Court Review as well as the Advisory Board of the Cambridge Studies in Constitutional Law. For more of Sujit, visit his official website at officialsujitchoudhry.com
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