Prof. Sujit Choudhry is an influential contributor to the field of comparative constitutional law. He serves at a number of positions among which is Professor of Law at the University of California, Berkeley – School of Law, He has served as Dean at Berkeley – School of Law as well. Among his previous teaching positions are at the New York University where he worked as Professor of Law, and he was also Scholl Chair for the University of Toronto.
When it comes to legal research, Prof. Sujit Choudhry has studied a variety of the fields in Law but has mostly focused on comparative law and more specifically on comparative constitutional law. He has acquired his reputation of an expert on comparative law due to his successful participation in constitution building. According to blogs.law.nyu.edu , Prof. Sujit Choudhry was an advisor over the long processes of building constitutions for countries such as Nepal, Ukraine, South Africa, Egypt, Libya, Jordan, Sri Lanka, Tunisia, and many other nations as well.
Prof. Sujit Choudhry has attended many a renowned academic institution over the years. He has earned the degree in the field of Law from the University of Toronto, as well as from the prestigious Oxford University and Harvard University. Prof. Sujit Choudhry was also a Rhodes Scholar. Read Sujit’s blogs, check linkedin.com.
Among his many professional highlights in his career is his time serving one of the members of the Supreme Court of Canada – Chief Justice Antonio Lamer. Prof. Sujit Choudhry occupied the position of law clerk few a few years. Check this on constitutionaltransitions.org
Up to date, Prof. Sujit Choudhry has conducted research and has studied a wide variety of topics of Law. He creates bridges between the different topics which allows achieving a better and deeper understanding. Soe of the fields that he has studied include official language policy, bills of rights and proportionality, the smooth transitioning from a violent conflict to peaceful democratic politics, minority and group rights, basic methodological matter in comparative constitutional law, authoritarian to democratic rule and how to have a smooth transition from the first to the second and how to incorporate it into a constitution, etc. There are many other fields that he has studied. For more of Sujit timeline activities, click on crunchbase.com.
Interesting interview with Sujit on http://www.ceocfointerviews.com/interviews/CenterforConstitutionalTransitions17.htm