CHOUDHRY SUJIT, INTERNATIONAL SPECIALIST IN CONSTITUTIONAL COMPARATIVE LAW AND POLITICS

Posted on July 7, 2018

Professor Sujit Choudhry is recognized internationally as a specialist on comparative constitutional law and also politics. Sujit Choudhry additionally has operated as an advisor on constitutional matters for more than twenty years. Choudhry areas of specialization involve conducting dialogues in public forums with the groups of civil societies and with other different partners, see (Twitter.com). He leads consultations with the stakeholders, carrying out in-depth technical expert’s advisory work, training bureaucrats, and civil servants, engaging parliamentarians and party leaders, drafting memoranda and technical reports. Sujit is internationally consulted on constitutional making process in various nations. Choudhry is as of now part of United Nations consultant and mediation roster in World Bank at the Institute of World Bank and Development Program of United Nations, visit (Crunchbase.com).

Professor Sujit Choudry is founding director in Constitutional Transition Center which leads and assembles the global network of partners and specialists with international multilateral network companies, NGOs, Universities and think tanks to conduct projects thematic research that provides policy evidence-based options to some practitioners. This involves pieces of efforts of the center to mobilize and create knowledge for constitution development. Up to now, Constitutional Transition Center has operated jointly with more than fifty experts in over twenty-five countries, read more on facebook.com. The center has joined forces with the Electoral Assistance and Democracy International Institute, whereby Sujit co-drives three global collaborative projects of research. These incorporate security reforms, dealing with democratic transitions in territorial cleavages, changes in the constitution for upcoming democracies and oversight of security sector and democracy consolidation protection from partisan abuse and authoritarian backsliding. Sujit Choudhry is a law professor in Berkeley California University (Law School). Previously he was the law professor in the University of New York and a Scholl Chair in Toronto University. In research, Sujit concentrates on some constitutional comparative politics and law issues. Sujit is a member of Public Law International Society, Advisory International Council in Integrated Transitions Institute, check https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCKLFd6DxqzfF1AlWuyXnI1w.

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