Sujit Choudhry is a professor of law at Berkeley School of Law of law. He a great and a famous constitutional law expert. He was the first Indian to act as the dean of a US law University. He has also worked at the University of New York as a Law professor. He is also the Scholl chair from the Law faculty from the Toronto University. Sujit was born in the year 1970 in India, New Delhi and attended his high school from the Toronto University Schools. He also went to McGill University to study as master of science in Biology. He then decided to abandon his biology degree and pursued a bachelors degree in Law from the University of Oxford and was admitted through Rhodes Scholarship. He later left and pursued a Masters degree in law from the University of Toronto and later went at the Havard School of Law to get his LL.M. He was employed by Chief Justice of the Canada Supreme court Antonio Lamer as a law clerk in the year 1996. He also happened to do his research from the Havard Law School in order to increase his academic performance and credentials. To read more about him, visit his website here.
Sujit Choudhry in the year 1999 joined the Toronto University and became an assistant professor. He later was promoted and became an associate dean at the same University. He went on and got many jobs and joined Toronto Advisory Panel as a governing member. They were on the frontline proposing reforms which were to take place in the structures of Toronto. He also joined the one of the biggest publicly funded program called Legal Aid Ontario. He played a very big role in this and was recognized for his efforts. Additional article to read on constitutionaltransitions.org.
Sujit Choudhry is the director of an organization called Centre for Constitutional Transitions. The foundation has acted as a greater world advisor when it comes to constitutional matters. He has traversed in more than 25 countries around the globe to offer his advice and also help identify the areas that are causing country’s instability. He has been to Nepal, South Africa, Tunisia, Ukraine, Libya, Jordan, Egypt etc. Refer to law.nyu.edu for related reading.
He attended the workshop in Ukraine to discuss the issues affecting the nation’s instability. He cited that without democracy being followed, the country cannot be peaceful. For his latest work, hit on researchgate.net.
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