Born in 1970, Sujit Choudhry is a Professor of Law at the University of California, Berkeley Law School. Professor Sujit has lectured in over 24 countries. He is the first Indian-American dean at the University of California. Professor Choudhry is one of the greatest minds that graduated with masters in Law from Harvard School of Law. Driven by his determination to study law, Professor Choudhry abandoned his biological studies to pursue a degree in Law at the University of Oxford. Sujit Choudhry’s vast experience in Law has enabled him to create a good rapport for himself as well as his partners. Today, he is internationally recognized for his extensive expertise in the constitutional building process. He served as an advisor in the constitutional building process in countries such as Ukraine, Nepal, South Africa, and Egypt. For update on his recent timeline activities, click this.
Professor Sujit Choudhry currently serves as the director of Center for Constitutional Translations. Here, he partners with experts from over 25 countries to address various constitutional and political affairs. He currently co-leads three other global collaborative research projects to address issues related to Security Sector Reforms, Territorial Cleavages, and Constitutional Translation. His research address a variety of issues related to politics and comparative constitutional law. Professor Choudhry’s research looks at how the constitution can manage the transition from violent to peaceful and democratic politics. Additional article on constitutionaltransitions.org.
As an author, Sujit Choudhry has published many articles, reports, papers, journals, and books related to politics and comparative constitutional law. He was instrumental in the drafting of the Canadian constitutional law. Some of his books include the International Society of Public Law and Migration of Constitutional Ideas. Most of his books are used internationally in a variety of universities. Many countries refer to Sujit Choudhry’s book, Constitution Making, during the process of drafting or amending a constitution. Check this on indiawest.com. His efforts in the field of law have never gone unnoticed. Over time, Choudhry has received awards from countries and institutions that recognize his accomplishments. In 2011, the South Asian Bar Association awarded him the Practitioner of the Year award. More to read on law.nyu.edu. Choudhry continues to make a significant impact and contribution in the constitution building process.
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