Sujit Choudhry Challenges Constitutional Reforms Worldwide

Sujit Choudhry is passionate about thelaw and dropped his biological studies in order to pursue his dream. He attained his Bachelor’s in Law at the University of Oxford and went ahead to attain his Masters in Harvard School of Law. After his studies, he built his name by creating great connections between him and his partners. His knowledge is vast enabling him to challenge various constitutional reform leaders in their decision-making. Additional reading on

Additionally, he has lectured, as well as served as an advisor in many countries. These countries include South Africa, Nepal, Libya, Egypt, and also Ukraine among others.  Read more about his advisory work here.

Not only is Sujit Choudhry the Director of the Center for Constitutional Transitions but also the first Indian-American dean at the University of California where he also works as a professor of Law. The Center for Constitutional Transitions works with experts who have come from more than 25 countries around the world and work on various constitutional and political undertakings. The professor co-leading three more collaborative research projects that deal with Territorial Cleavages, Constitutional Transitions, and Security Sector Reforms.

On 10th July, Mr. Sujit Choudhry joined a team of experts who were discussing the semi-presidential system of the Ukraine government. Some of the issues discussed included the constitutional challenges that the Ukraine system was facing. During these talks, Sujit did not shy away from mentioning the instability of the democracy in Ukraine or the concentration of the president’s power. He did not leave out the weak political parties in the country or the legislature electoral systems that led to the county’s unsteadiness. The workshop was hosted by great minds in Ukraine such as the intergovernmental organizations that support the democracy around the world, the international institute for democracy and electorate assistance, as well as the or the policy and legal reform.   For his timeline activity update, check

The roundtable participants held much consideration and their input was greatly appreciative. Sujit also mentioned that the great minds must come together in constitutional decision-making. He encouraged them to come together to discuss policy based options to maintain policy based options to support the constitutional reform process. The Centre of Constitutional Transitions is responsible for generating and putting together knowledge that supports the building of the constitution.  Keep up-to-date with his latest work, hop over to

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