Sujit Choudhry-The Constitutional Law Adviser

Sujit Choudhry was born in 1970 in New Delhi. He is the founder and the director of the Centre for Constitutional Transitions. Sujit is a prominent political consultant and comparative constitutional lawyer who has conducted the public lecture in over 20 countries. He has also undertaken several types of researches as a constitution consultant and analyst in several countries including Libya, Jordan, Egypt, Sri Lanka, South Africa, Nepal, Yemen, Ukraine, and Tunisia.

Sujit Choudhry pursued high school education at Toronto University. He joined Oxford University and studied Law. Sujit proceeded to the Toronto University and pursued a Bachelors of Science and finally joined School of Law at Harvard University.

Sujit Choudhry is recognized and highly honored for his career. In 2010, he won the Trudeau Fellowship that was offered by the Trudeau Foundation. Sujit won the 2011 Practitioner of the Year that was provided by Toronto Asian Bar Association. He also won the Trailblazer Award.

In 2010, Choudhry was appointed the Professor of Law of the Cecelia Goetz at New York University. In 2013, he led the scholars of the New York University to present academic research at Tunisia University. In 2014, he was selected as the Dean at the first Michael Heyman academician of Law at Berkeley’s College of Law.

Sujit Choudhry investigations give a wide variety of issues in politics and constitutional Law of different nations including constitutional design for various background society, official language policy, bills of rights, comparative law study, democratic rule, constitutional design as a tool to manage dynamic to peaceful agreements, constitution constructing and implementation process. Besides, he has worked on the constitutional Law of Canada.

Sujit Choudhry has published many books, articles, and journals on the Law such as The Oxford Handbook of Indian Constitution (Oxford 2016), Constitution Making (Edward Edgar, 2016), Constitutional Design for divided societies, the Migration of Constitutional Ideas among others.

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