The Center for Constitutional Transitions was Founded by Sujit Choudhry and was designed to fill in a niche that has not been answered as of yet. He found that there was not enough up to date research when it came to constitutional advice and so he decided to take major action. It brings together experts from leading networks from all over the world to provide evidence-based policy options (iconnectblog.com). They are then given to agenda-setting research and decision makers. The Center for Constitutional Transitions was inspired by Sujit’s upbringing and from the fact that he is an immigrant.
Choudhry received a well-rounded education in law from three different countries, including Canada. He has learned from his experience how public policies and politics how it can affect a person’s education and what kind of education they can receive. As an international traveler Choudhry says when working with people from other cultures and countries you have to consider a couple of things (inspirery.com). First, don’t assume you know what the truth is. Second, you have to completely immerse yourself in their culture, way of life, etc to see it from their standpoint. Third, being responsive and listening are incredibly important to understand where they are coming from and such. Through his experiences he has learned to let go of perfection and be flexible with how things turn out.
Sujit Choudhry is the Founding Director at the Center for Constitutional Transitions. He is also the Michael Heyman Professor of Law at UC Berkeley Law. Sujit Choudhry previously worked at the Supreme Court of Canada, New York University School of Law, and the University of Toronto Faculty of Law.
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The successful Professor received a well-rounded education at a number of universities. Sujit Choudhry first went to McGill University where he got a Bachelor of Science in 1992. At the University of Oxford received a Bachelor of Arts in Law two years later. In 1996 Sujit got a Bachelor of Laws or LLB at the University of Toronto Faculty of Law. For that would be a massive feat of an education, but Mr. Choudhry kept going and got a Masters of Law (LLM) in 1998 at Harvard Law School.
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