Sujit Choudhry who was born in 1970 in New Delhi, India, took most of his academics in Canada. He graduated high school from the University of Toronto Schools. Sujit got his first degree in biology from McGill University in 1992. He also obtained Bachelor of Arts degree in law from the University Of Oxford as a Rhodes Scholar in 1994 and his LL.B (Bachelor of Laws), from the University of Toronto in 1996. He subsequently earned his LL.M (Master of Laws), from Harvard Law School in 1998.
Sujit Choudhry started out his career as a law clerk at the supreme court of Canada in 1996. Sujit worked as a clerk to the chief justice of Canada at that time retired honorable Antonio Lamer. After working a year at the Supreme Court, Sujit went on to become an assistant professor of law at the University of Toronto faculty of law. More to read on works.bepress.com.
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In 2004, Sujit got a tenure as associate professor of law at the University of Toronto. During his tenure, Sujit received a global visiting professor at the New York University. In 2006, Sujit became Scholl Chair at the University of Toronto. In 2011, Sujit became a Cecilia Goetz Professor of Law at the New York University School of Law. Since 2014, Sujit has been an I. Michael Heyman professor of law at the University of California’s School of Law.
Sujit Choudhry, together with other constitutional experts recently wrote an open letter to both the Spanish and Catalonian governments about the ongoing crisis in Catalonia. To read his views on politically related issues, click on iconnectblog.com.
In the message, the scholars hope that the Catalonian president and Spanish prime minister can work together for the good of the people and solve the looming constitution issues. The president is pushing for the secession of Catalonia from Spain, and the scholars suggest that the best way id t6hrough a constitutional referendum that addresses all the issues of the citizenry. The scholars also plead to the prime minister of Spain to accept that secession is what Catalonians want and to be open to dialogue. The scholars also urge the Spanish prime minister to accept the results if people vote for secession. To keep up-to-date with his latest timeline activities, hit on crunchbase.com.
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