Sujit Choudhry is internationally respected as an authority in comparative constitutional law and development. The globally recognized expert is the I. Michael Heyman Professor of law. Previously, he served as the Berkeley School of Law’s dean. In his research, Choudhry focuses on primary methodological questions regarding comparative constitutional law. He analyses constitutional designs with the objective of helping countries transition from vicious conflict to democratic politics. His research is applicable in ethnically divided societies and nations that are under the leadership of authoritarian or dictators, as they violate the rights of the people.
Over the years, Choudhry has published many book chapters, articles, reports, and working papers. His collections include The Oxford Hand Book of Indian Constitutional Law and the Migration for Constitutional Ideas. Sujit Choudhry is a member of the International Journal of Constitutional Law’s board of editors. Based on wikipedia.com. Additionally, Choudhry is affiliated with several executive committees, including the International Society of Public Law. He is also an active member of the editorial board and editorial advisory board of South Africa’s Constitutional Court Review and Cambridge Studies in Constitutional Law respectively.
Sujit Choudhry served at NYU School of Law before joining Berkeley Law School. He worked for the NYU as the Cecilia Goetz Professor of Law. He also lectured at the University of Toronto and served as the Scholl chair at the university’s Faculty of Law. In 2010, Choudhry earned the Tradeu Fellowship, which is similar to MacArthur awards. Hit this link.
He has rendered his services for the World Bank Institute as a senior consultant. Choudhry has served in many countries as a foreign constitutional expert. Notably, Sujit Choudhry has assisted many countries, including Libya, Egypt, Jordan, and Tunisia, with their constitutional transition processes. In these countries, Choudhry worked closely with the International Institute for Democracy and Electoral Assistance. He also worked in Nepal under the Nepal Bar Association and the United Nations Development Program. In Canada, Choudhry has been an active member of the Governing Toronto Panel. This panel proposed key reforms to the Toronto municipal government’s structure.
Sujit Choudhry graduated with law degrees from the Harvard Law School as well as the University of Toronto and Oxford University. He has also served as Rhodes Scholar. Sujit has been a law clerk at the Supreme Court of Canada where he worked for Chief Justice Antonio Lamer.