Sujit Choudhry recently joined a number of constitution experts this past July in Kiev, Ukraine. During this meeting, a number of experts talked about the presidential system of Ukraine and how it functions. When talking about the nation’s constitution, the experts found out that there are a considerable amount of challenges in it. During the discussions, members of the Ukrainian think tank including the institutional institute for democracy and electorate assistance and the center of policy and legal reform all met to look for ways to improve the national constitution of the nation. Sujit mentioned that he was very happy to meet with these experts and look for ways to encourage democracy in all areas of the world. He believed that it was a privilege to meet with a number of high ranking officials in the government and other political entities. After the meetings, Choudhry concluded that the democratic process in Ukraine has been very unstable over the years. He cited that a combination of the level of presidential power, legislature, electoral system and weak opposing parties have led to the instability with the nations democracy. Added reference on independent.academia.edu.
Throughout his career, Sujit Choudhry has spent a number of years focusing on constitutional law. At the very beginning of his career, he worked at the Canadian Supreme Court where he would contribute to evaluating the nation’s legal system. During his stint working at the Canadian Supreme Court, Choudhry would make recommendations on how to improve the national laws of Canada. Related reading on constitutionaltransitions.org.
After working for the Supreme Court, Sujit would then move on to provide his legal knowledge in the educational sector. He serves as a professor at the University of Toronto School of Law. Within a few years, he would then become an associate dean of the school. More to read on law.nyu.edu.
Choudhry would then move to the United States to pursue other opportunities in his legal career in the educational sector. When arriving in America, Sujit Choudhry served as a professor at the University of California Berkeley School of Law. He taught constitutional law at the school. Similar to his experience at the University of Toronto, Sujit would become the dean at the law school and serve as the primary leader of the program. Along with serving as the law school dean, Sujit would spend time working with foreign leaders in order to help them restructure their constitution. Read his blogs, visit his facebook.com page.
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