The law professor at UC Berkeley School of Law, Sujit Choudhry is well known for his knowledge in comparative constitutional law. He has been the Dean of the School of Law for two years. Before, he was the Professor of Law at New York University School of Law and the Chair of the Faculty of Law at the University of Toronto. The experience that he has is vast, and it has enabled him to get the Trudeau Fellowship. Refer to blogs.law.nyu.edu for additional article.
In his life, Sujit Choudhry has contributed widely in the stabilization of different countries; some were at war. In 1996, he was a law clerk to Chief Justice Antonio Lamer. He attended Harvard School of Law where he got his law degree and vocational training in the university’s Center for Ethics. After school, he went to The University of Toronto and was an Assistant Professor.
Sujit’s skills have enabled him to come up with the best ways in which laws, bills, and constitutions can be created and structured well so that countries will use. He does thorough research before coming up with recommendations that the concerned country will undertake. Sujit goes to the society level and gets connected with the people so as to make laws that will be in tandem with their way of living. He has been helpful in giving advice to countries like Egypt, Jordan, Libya, Nepal, Sri Lanka and most importantly South Africa. These countries wanted new constitutions that would serve their citizenry. Check this law blog about Sujit on thereisnoconsensus.com.
He is a public speaker who gives talks and lectures to students undertaking law. In his lessons, he stresses that honesty and serving justice to all is crucial and the Constitution is the mother of the truth so it should be well structured. It is a form of unity that brings people of different backgrounds together. Decentralization according to Sujit is the cure for poverty and dictatorship. In nations fighting, they should be seceded and federalized so that they can manage themselves well in harmony. Every citizen will enjoy the benefits of the devolution.
For a relevant article written by Sujit, click on activistpost.com.
Sujit also helps in implementing the constitutions, editing books and journals. He is a director of the Center for Constitutional Transitions. For Sujit contact info, hit on bizjournals.com
Check this podcast episode featuring Sujit on http://danielbudzinski.com/podcast/sujit-choudhry/#.WTHVO8m1ugw