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Freedom, Life, Love and Liberty

We may sound like a broken record by repeating the basics. The basics of human rights is clear to every man with life today. Though you might expect it stamped on the minds and governments of all nations, there’s still a great deal of work left to do. We start with comparative constitutional law and the renowned Sujit Choudhry.

Comparative constitutional law is a field of study and practice where Mr. Sujit Choudhry spent all of his adult life studying. What he did was enter the work which sustains and creates everything we have regarding freedom, life, love and liberty. The simple work of advocating for the voices that aren’t heard is what impacts society.

Check and read this law blog on thereisnoconsensus.com

Sujit has led his industry, has led the world and will continue leading it into the future of comparative study. With world transitions happening daily, the workers that are needed are few. Here’s one man who has stood the test of time, discipline, creativity and steady education.

The Price We Pay For Society

Think of the past struggles of society. Remember that transitions took place in the midst of strife, war and hate. The modern world enters and uses the stage of transition in a much civilized manner. We’re thankful for the methods and practices of comparative constitutional law that Sujit Choudhry’s education has helped to preserve.   Read insights of Sujit on certain issue here..

The price we now pay begins with understanding the principals and practices of the professor who now leads the educational world in transition. This means that we model Sujit. By doing so, we start with our own education in comparative analysis. We not only hold the passion for transition, but we take education with us and move with action. Related article on constitutionaltransitions.org.

Turning The World Into A Banner Of Transition

Among the civil complications that our planet continues to face include discriminations, segregations and prejudices. Through continued study, a solution to the modern obstacle of transitions becomes real. The work of Sujit Choudhry shows us that time and patience is needed to make the impact. This includes constant study, analysis and comparison.  More to read on en.wikipedia.org.

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