Sujit Choudhry in His Quests for Constitutional Amendments
Sujit Choudhry is an alumnus of the most prestigious universities in the world. He happens to have gone to both Harvard and Oxford universities in pursuit of his law degrees. Besides, he is also a graduate of Toronto University Law School. He serves as a professor of law at the University of California. He is known for his expert lecturing skills at the university’s Berkeley School of Law. Before then, he worked at New York University. Sujit Choudhry also has interests in constitutional law and participated actively in political reforms for his country. To add, he is also a passionate writer who has published numerous books and articles on constitutional law for over 25 countries. Refer to blogs.law.nyu.edu for more reading.
Additionally, he has served citizens of various countries by providing professional advice on constitutional amendments. The countries that have benefited from his legal advice include Egypt, South Africa, Tunisia, Jordan, Sri Lanka and much more. Thereupon, he has impacted positively in the political development of many governments. Currently, Sujit Choudhry works as the Director at the Center for Constitutional Transitions. His contribution to the activities of the firm has generated many clients for their services. Additionally, he assists in constitutional research at the International Institute for Democracy and Electoral Assistance. He has fueled various research projects towards successful findings. Besides, he also offers legal advice to bankers at the World Bank. For more of his advisory works, check this link on sujitchoudhry.com.
For his blogs, visit and read them on his linkedin.com page.
Recently, he collaborated with law students and addressed a letter to the government officials in Catalonia and Spain. The purpose of the letter was to constitutional injustices in Catalonia. Because of him, the scholars got the courage to face the President of Catalonia, Puigdemont and inquire about his level of commitment to reforming constitutional laws for their country. The letter was also copied to Rajoy, Spanish Prime Minister. A relevant article on works.bepress.com.
The letter was also aiming at attaining peaceful reconciliations between governments of Spain and Catalonia. All these would enable Catalonia to hold their referendums in harmony. The presidents of the two countries resorted to peaceful dialogues for the developments of their governments. President Puigdemont even pushed the celebrations for his country’s attainment of independent to settle his differences with the Spanish government. As a result, Sujit Choudhry and his co-authors’ efforts achieved fruition. Additional article on here.
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