The professor of Law, Sujit Choudhry he commands international authority on comparative constitutional law. His studies are broad and address the issues arising from a comparative constitutional law. His experience in the profession has been touched, tasted and experienced by the constitutional building progressions South Africa, Egypt, Nepal, Libya, Ukraine, Sri Lanka and Jordan.
The studies of Sujit Choudhry seek to settle issues on proportionality and the bill of rights. Also, on the constitutional courts, he handles federalism succession and decentralization, the constitutional design used as a tool in the process of initiating a transition from a violent conflict to a peaceful democratic politics. His studies also help in semi-presidential-ism, meaning, settles the issues of minority and the rights of the group. As well, professor Sujit settles the very basic methodology question in the research of comparative constitutional law. Read insights from Sujit in this interview on ceocfointerviews.com.
Besides Professor Sujit Choudhry’s research, he has written much concerning the Canadian Constitutional Law, published working papers, reports, book chapters and more than 90 articles. Read his recent written article, hit activistpost.com.
The Center for Constitutional Transitions was founded by Professor Sujit Choudhry. In this center, the knowledge is generated and mobilized in pursuit of its support in the constitutional building through assembly and international expert networks. These networks of experts get involved in the theme oriented research project that offers evidenced based policy preference to practitioners.
Professor Sujit Choudhry leads 3 collaborative study projects. The constitutional Transitions and Security Sector Reform; dealing with emerging democracies. Security Sector Oversight that protects Democratic Consolidation from Partisan Abuse, Authoritarian Backsliding and also deals with Territorial Cleavages in the Constitutional Transitions. This research is due to be published in this year. Moreover, Professor Sujit Choudhry is a World Bank Institute and United Nations Development Program consultant. Sujit Choudhry serves a member of the United Nations Mediation Roster. With reference from blogs.law.nyu.edu.
The work of the professor’s work addresses the basic methodology in the comparative law. His studies in the constitutional design are used as a tool to manage the transitional stages of violent conflict into peaceful democratic politics. The constitutional design tools have been seen to sort out the issues in the ethnically divided society. At the moment, Sujit Choudhry is in the constitutional designs spearheading research program in the existing authoritarian transition to democracy rule. Related details on bizjournals.com
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