Sujit Choudhry is a researcher and professor who is internationally recognized as an authority on constitutional matters. He is presently at the WZB Berlin Social Science Center where he is working as a guest researcher. During his career in academics, he has taught in New York, California, and in the Ontario Province of Canada. He was also once a law clerk at the Supreme Court of Canada. Check out his profile here at (Facebook.com).
He has also served as a field advisor in multiple nations including Libya, Sri Lanka, South Africa, Ukraine, and Jordan. Sujit carries out a wide-ranging research agenda so that he can provide the best policy advice possible to government decision makers. Sujit Choudhry researches politics, constitutional law, semi-presidentialism, constitutional courts, minority rights, secession, and other areas involving his area of expertise.
He is also a prolific writer. Over the past twenty years, Sujit Choudhry has written more than ninety research papers, working papers, reports, and book chapters. He has a number of books used in university law classes such as The Oxford Handbook of the Indian Constitution, Constitution Making, and The Migration of Constitutional Ideas.
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He came up with the Center for Constitutional Transitions through which he works hand in hand with other constitutional scholars. He says that when it comes to constitutional knowledge there are gaps including information that is outdated or has yet to be researched. This state of affairs limits how good constitutional advice can be which is something that Sujit Choudhry is trying to correct, refer also to (Blogs.law.nyu.edu).
Based on (Statuslabs.com), his area of the law is quite active, he says. Sujit Choudhry points to 185 new constitutions that have been drafted in the past 40 years as evidence of this. There are always about six or so constitutions being rewritten and a similar number in the midst of being amended. He starts each day reading so that he can stay current on all of these developments. He also spends his workdays overseeing research projects which involve policy partners and experts from around the world. This requires a fair bit of coordination but it helps push forward both people and institutions.
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