COMPARATIVE LAW FROM SUJIT CHOUDHRY’S POINT OF VIEW

Sujit Choudhry is the director of constitutional transition center which is the first institution that generates knowledge in regard to constitutional building. He has earned international recognition on comparative laws as well as comparative constitutional development. During his day to day activities, he deals with questions on comparative law methodologies. In his works he has written on constitutional design; which he refers as a transition means from violent conflicts to a peaceful political system. At the moment, he is studying how constitutional design can be incorporated in the shift from authoritarian governments to the democratic system of government. He has published numerous materials which comprises of articles, books and journals about comparative law. The materials have made it easy for people to understand his thoughts on the subject, you may buy his book at Amazon.com. The migration of constitutional ideas and constitutional designs for divided societies (Integration or Accommodation) are some of his edited collections.

Choudhry holds law degrees from three institutions which are; Harvard, Toronto and Oxford. Due to his expertise in Comparative law he has served in different designations one of them being the clerk to the Chief Justice of Canada supreme court; Antonio Lamer. He is also a member of the United Nations Mediation Roaster and a consultant to the World Bank. Choudhry has also acted as a law expert during constitutional transitions in a number of countries for example Libya, Egypt, Tunisia and Jordan. In this cases, he has ensured peaceful constitutional transition. He has further taken part in honorable duties to ensure that constitutional reforms are peaceful and efficient such as in Toronto where he was in the advisory panel that steered the structure of municipal government. In addition to that he was part of the board of directors of Legal Aid Ontario; which is one of the greatest legal assistance world programs.

Sujit Choudhry has served as a professor at NYC school of law where he spear headed the faculty of law. Due to his expertise in law, he was among other Canadians that received Trudeau fellowship. Over the past years, he has continually increased his knowledge in comparative law. He is also working on other collections which are in line with comparative law as well. He has built strategic agendas that revolve around the pillars of Access, Globalization, Innovation and Success. Access for all fundraising campaigns for those that needed financial aid; is one of the initiatives to implement the strategic agenda. The initiative success was manifested through the increase in the Latinos and African American students in law class.

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