Sujit Choudhry is the founding director of the Center For Constitutional Transitions, an institution whose primary task is to generate and mobilize knowledge supporting the building of constitutional, international networks offering evidence-based options to law practitioners. Partnering with a global network of think tanks, multilateral organizations, and NGOS, the Center For Constitutional Transitions has worked with more than fifty experts drawn from over twenty-five countries. Click en.wikipedia.org to know more.
Based on blogs.law.nyu.edu, Professor Choudhry is a recognized authority on constitutional law and politics. Combining extensive research and an extensive in-depth experience in constitution building, the law professor has given speeches in more than twenty countries. He has toured many countries including Jordan, Libya, Sri Lanka, South Africa and Egypt, among others. Please click here.
The professor has carried out extensive research on issues of comparative constitutional law and politics. His research includes key legal areas such as the constitutional design enabling countries to transition from violent upheavals to a peaceful regime. He has also studied the constitutional design for federalism, ethnically divided societies, semi-presidentialism, official language policies and decentralization and secession politics. See works of Sujit here on works.bepress.com.
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Constitutional transitions have often hit snags due to incomplete or lack of the necessary information needed to guide such processes. Where there is a glaring gap in constitutional research, the effectiveness of constitutional advice takes a nosedive, making it difficult to resolve constitutional challenges that often arise during regime changes. Sujit Choudhry ensures such information is available and can help iron out issues of critical importance during such challenging times. It is for this reason that Sujit Choudhry set up the Center For Constitutional Transitions.
The Center For Constitutional Transitions has put various measures in place to ensure it offers practical help to practitioners. They spend a lot of time speaking to policy partners about issues that affect individual countries to make sure that their work is grounded and practical. They also make sure they include all stakeholders at every stage of the research and provide the findings in multiple languages to break down possible language barriers. Lastly, the use of various examples from around the globe, and which they collect from experts in the field, stirs Sujit Choudhry’s work to life.