Sujit Choudhry is the founder of Director of the Center constitution Transitions. He is the professor of law at Michael Heyman. Before the appointment, he worked as the dean of Berkeley Law. He mainly focuses on comparative constitution law and its development. He tries to unlock the problems concerned with the law through research with the aim of foreseeing a peaceful co-existence in politics.
Sujit Choudhry mostly targets societies with diverging differences. Moreover, he has been involved in writing having published over 90 articles focusing on law. He is also a member of the board of International Society of Public Law and an editor of constitution review in South Africa. Also, he is among the advisory board in Cambridge Law School among many other organizations.
It is a field of law and a course study that focuses on the differences and similarities between laws of different countries. That is, it concerns the study of international law and the legal systems in place. The areas of coverage are Jewish law, civil law, Chinese law, Hindu law, common law, Socialist legislation and canon law. It looks at the impacts of the integration of all the laws of the land.
It further goes behold to analyze and give a comprehensive report concerning foreign laws and the systems in various countries. With an increase in trading among different states, the comparative law has become an important tool in ensuring there is democratization.
The primary purpose of studying comparative law is:
- To ensure that the existing legal systems fit each one well
- Attain more understanding of legal systems
- To try and achieve unification of all jurisdictions in place
Moreover, the comparative law helps in formulating other legislation where the involved parties can get to see the normality. This means that it helps answer questions regarding the law field hence bringing cohesion in the area.
Watch this video where he delivers his speech at 150!Canada: https://vimeo.com/10640696