Sujit Choudhry is an internationally recognized expert in matters concerning comparative constitutional laws and politics. He has various law degrees from Oxford University, University of Toronto and Harvard University. He was also a Rhodes University student. Choudhry served in the Supreme Court of Canada as a law clerk to the then chief justice Antonio Lamer.
Sujit Choudhry has spoken in over twenty-four countries over issues to deal with constitutional law and politics. He recently attended a workshop that was organized by a team of experts in the field of legal laws in Ukraine. The experts that were present in the workshop came from various institutions like the international institute for democracy and electoral assistance. To Choudhry, this was a humbling experience to be around executive powers and discuss Ukraine’s democratization, which has been in turmoil for over twenty years. This has majorly been due to the splitting of executive powers between the president and the prime minister.
According to Choudhry, in the recent past, a large number of countries that are seeking to change their democratic protocol have been making distinct changes in their constitution. It is important that the leaders meet and discuss the various options that are available to them that with enough proof can be seen to be in their best interest in the reform process. Choudhry has written a lot of literature about the Canadian law and over ninety other articles.
Sujit Choudhry due to his extensive knowledge is now a law professor in the University of California. He was previously a lecturer of law at the University of New York and also worked in the University of Toronto. Choudhry has a wide range research agenda and extensive experience in constitutional building processes in various countries like South Africa, Egypt, and Yemen; just to name a few. More to read on blogs.law.nyu.edu.
Choudhry is currently undertaking a research where he uses constitutional design for solving issues that can potentially turn into wars and chaos by employing other ways of like peaceful dialogues. As well as the ethnical divisions, the minority and majority group rights, the bill of rights and proportionality. He tries to use the basic context of the transformation from an authoritative rule to a democratic rule in the security sector oversight. He also uses basic questions in his research on comparative constitutional law. To read more of his views, follow his tweets, check his twitter.com page.
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