During an interview with the CEOCFO’s Lynne Fosse, Sujit Choudhry opined that he idealized a globe having a network of legal experts with expertise in constitution building processes. The idea would also factor in producing policy papers that aid think tanks and multilateral organization make policies that impact the society on legal perspective. From this thinking, he founded the Center for Constitutional Transitions as an entity that would help organizations and countries to make peaceful, smooth and procedural changes. For the full interview, click on ceocfointerviews.com.
With the past as an attorney in the US, he used this experience in offering consultancy services to countries that are facing transition-related problems that come with a biased translation of the Constitution. With this level of experience, Sujit Choudhry has helped emerging democracies such Turkey and Libya make rational decisions regarding repelling their respective constitutions. On the factors that keep him going in his line of work, Sujit Choudhry adds that the challenges with the diversities in the culture of various nations. These challenges have still enabled him to collaborate with experts from over 25 countries hence making him much acquainted with the vast diversity of cultures across the world. Check on constitutionaltransitions.org for a related article
Currently, Sujit Choudhry has amassed decades of experience in comparative law where he has operated in a rapidly diversified legal environment. He also battles with little legal research which affects the effectiveness of the spirit of constitutionalism. Amidst these challenges, he has managed to change the scene for the most organized with an open-minded approach to most legal issues. He adds that being open to new ideas, has helped him actualize his ambitions and he is also close to achieving his vision of expanding his network of global legal experts.
Sujit Choudhry’s broad experience comes from dedicated years of scholarly engagements. Coming from a family of scholars, with both parents being professors, he is no exception. Sujit Choudhry holds law degrees from Toronto, Oxford, and Havard law schools and decades of experience in legal practice both in courts and the lecture halls.
Additionally, he has a broad range of experience in public policy where he has draws his passion for partnerships and policy-making. Better still, he lectures at the University of California, where he has sharpened most legal brains to enhancing advanced research in public policy. Follow his work updates, hit on this.
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