Sujit Choudhry is the Director of the Centre for Constitutional Transitions. The firm generates and mobilizes knowledge that supports the building of the Constitution through international networks of experts who conduct research projects that provide evidence based policies to practitioners. The center has worked with more than fifty experts in more than twenty-five countries. It has partnered with multilateral organizations and non-governmental organizations across the world.
In an interview with the senior editor of CEOCFO magazine, Lynn Fosse, Sujit Choudhry mentions that he has worked as a constitutional adviser for many years in different emerging democracies globally. He either writes for them new constitutions or amends what they already have. He admits that issues always arise whereby the knowledge is incomplete or non-existent, and that lack of updated research poses a challenge to effective constitutional advice. What Sujit Choundry has learned from working with different people who are from different countries and have varying virtues and beliefs is that it is important to listen to people and be responsive especially to those on the ground. This is because they understand what is happening and know exactly what they need; thus you must quickly adapt to your new environment and understand things from their point of view.
One of his main concerns is that there is the need to establish a new organization that can organize and host important constitutional case-laws across the world. According to Sujit Choundry, one of his greatest accomplishments is bringing together experts from different countries to develop worldwide knowledge network. For his added info, hit on bizjournals.com.
Sujit Choudhry is a law professor at the University of California where he was also the Dean. He also worked in the same capacity at the University of Toronto and New York University. His work is recognized internationally, and he has been invited to give talks in many countries including Egypt, Tunisia, and South Africa. Refer to blogs.law.nyu.edu for related article.
His research addresses a large number of issues in politics, law, and constitutional design as a management tool for the transition from violent to peaceful politics on matters such as decentralization, rights of the minority, and federalism. Sujit Choudhry has also conducted extensive research and written about the constitutional law of Canada. Follow his latest work, check researchgate.net.
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