Sujit Choudhry: Life and the Centre of Constitution Transition

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Sujit Choudhry, founder of the Centre of Constitution Transition recently expounded more concerning the organization in an interview. The main aim of the center is to spawn the relevant knowledge, related to the Constitution. In their commitment to meet their mission, the organization has been able to work in over 25 countries. The completion of collaborative research in line with the Constitution is one of the organization’s accomplishment which is yet to be made public.  Additional article to read on constitutionaltransitions.org

Sujit is considered an immigrant. In his professional life, Sujit is accredited with degrees in law from 3 countries. Sujit’s interest in the direction of the constitutional interpretation shows through his legitimate understanding of constitutional law. In his explanation of the challenges which he encounters in the case of dealing with persons from different ethnic grounds, Sujit explains that paying attention to people on the ground is a major factor which is always overlooked by various people.

Sujit Choudhry further explains that the key determinant of everybody’s success is the making over of our already achieved goals. He outlines that newer organizations ought to be made for the constitutionalism to be changed. The creation of the worldwide network of knowledge is one of Sujit’s accomplishment which he reveals to be most important.  For more of Sujit’s point of view, head over to this.

Sujit Choudhry has worked as a professor in various universities such as New York University, and currently in the University of California, Berkeley-School, where he was the dean, under the school of law. Sujit has also served as the School Chair person, at the University of Toronto, where he was at one point a student. Together with these, Sujit has as well served as a clerk to the Chief Justice of the Canada Supreme Court, Antonio Lamer.  Continue reading on en.wikipedia.org

Sujit Choudhry is also known to have extensively involved in the research activities. Most of his thematic concerns revolve around politics and the constitutional law. Sujit aims at designing the Constitution in that it may accomplish the intended change, that is, from the vicious conflict to peaceful politics, which is democratic. Sujit’s works also include the writings on the constitutional law of Canada.  To know and read more about Sujit, visit his website, click on sujitchoudhry.com.

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