Sujit Choudhry and the Center for Constitutional Transitions aims to bridge the gap between unknowns when constitutional transitions occur. Choudhry’s vision for the Center is to assemble a larger knowledge base in constitutional transitions that includes experts from all over the world. His advice is universally true, no matter if it involves case-law or general human nature, in that when trying to connect with someone from another country, culture, background than yourself, try and see the world from their point of view. He says this is incredibly helpful when needing to immerse quickly into another culture and help them achieve their constitutional goals. Click ceocfointerviews.com for an insight Sujit Choudhry’s mind.
Choudry’s background in constitutional law stems from his educational background. Sujit Choudhry studied Law at Oxford, University of Toronto and Harvard, holding a Master’s degree in Law from Harvard. He is currently a Professor at Berkeley, as well as Founding Director of Center for Constitutional Transitions. His research focuses mostly on constitutional design as a means to bring about peace to nations divided by violent conflict, language policy, authoritative rule and much more. Follow him here. on twitter.com.
Sujit Choudhry has used his extensive background in constitutional law to help advise several countries, including Egypt, Jordan, Libya, Nepal and South Africa, in building their constitutions. Choudhry is respected across the globe and is a member of the United Nations Mediation Roster. He has been awarded the Trudeau Fellowship from Canada in 2010, was a active member for the fight for same-sex marriage in Canada as well as counsel of record before the Supreme Court of Canada for security certificates and Guantanamo detainees. His work at Berkeley also includes fundraising and scholarship campaigns to aid students attending the school. Related article on law.nyu.edu.
With a diverse eye and agenda to enact a more democratic and peaceful world, Sujit Choudhry uses constitutional law to make a difference in each country that he works in. Trying to view the world through someone else’s eyes opens the doors to communication and allows Choudhry his success. Follow him on his linkedin.com page.