The founder of the Center for Constitutional Transition, Sujit Choudhry was recently interview by CEOCFO Magazine on his role of supporting constitutional transition in developing and emerging democracies. The organization has been partnering with other NGOs, think tanks and multilateral organizations to accomplish its mission in different parts of the world. Professor Choudhry explains that they have worked in over 25 nations with assistance from more than 50 experts. According to Sujit, the organization focuses on analyzing constitutions and advising countries on right way to improve and make the laws more effective. For the full interview, hit on ceocfointerviews.com.
Although there is a myth that the American constitution is perfect, Sujit believes that America should learn from successes and shortcomings experienced in other countries. The success of Professor Sujit Choudhry has been achieved through his ability to collaborate closely with people on the ground and responding quickly to their needs. Currently, the Center for Constitutional Transition has continued to partner with leading scholars and practitioners from different parts of the world in order to build global knowledge networks. To read blogs, visit Sujit’s linkedin.com page.
Sujit Choudhry is a professor at the University of California, where he serves as a Dean. Previously, the professor worked at New York University and the University of Toronto. He is recognized globally for his role in comparative law and politics. He has addressed various forums in more that 20 nations, check fundacity.com. The professor has a broad range of research topics, and extensive field experience as an expert in constitutional transitional processes in countries like Tunisia, South Africa, Libya, Egypt, Ukraine and others. The professor is a graduate of law from Harvard, Oxford and Toronto. Additional articles on blogs,law.nyu.edu.
Sujit’s Areas of Focus
Professor Sujit Choudhry covers a broad array of issues relating to comparative law and politics. He has led countries in constitutional designs in order to manage conflicts and supporting peaceful transition to democratic politics. Other areas where the professor has successfully guided include constitutional courts, federalism, bills of rights, ethically divided communities and others. He has written comprehensive reports on Canadian constitutional law. Sujit Choudhry is an author and has published several articles, working papers, book chapters and reports.
To learn more about Sujit and his works, visit his official website at http://officialsujitchoudhry.com/press/