Sujit Choudhry Constitutionally Correct

Sujit Choudhry is a highly educated respected recognized man on comparative constitutional of law and politics. Sujit has over 20 years of constitutional advisor experience, and from 2012 to present is the Director of the Center for Constitutional Transitions

Mr. Choudhry’s Education

  • Harvard Law School

Degree: Master of Law

1997-1998

  • University of Toronto

Degree: Bachelor of Law

1994-1998

  • University of Oxford

Bachelor of Arts (Law)

1992-1994

(Rhodes Scholar)

  • McGill University

Bachelor of Science

1988-1992

The Center for Constitutional Transitions

The Center for Constitution Transitions was founded in 2012 as the world’s first university-based center in Berkeley California. The service provided by the center is the generation of mobilized knowledge support material in the form of reports, policy manuals and country case studies this information is based on the support of constitution building.

Constitution-building fills the gaps by providing knowledge and assistance in areas of constitutional transitions. The foundations of many demoracies constitutions are poorly written which often cause conflict between countries. Mr. Choudhry in 2017 was the constitutional advisor of the authoritarian backsliding issues in reference to Hungary and Poland in the potential return to constitutional democracy. Check this link on chronicleweek.com for a related article

Sujit Choudhry Advisory Action

In 2017Mr. Choudhry attended a workshop at Berlin Social Science Center in reference to the authoritarian backsliding potential of Hungary and Poland returning to constitutional democracy. Constitutional democracy is a country going through a tough period economically within geographic areas globally. Authoritarian backsliding is democratic deconsolidation. Click on patch.com for a relevant article.

Sujit along with others applied his advisory expertise by investigation of the states and the causes of the constitution and all the legalities and political affairs of both Poland and Hungary. Democratic deconsolidation is found to be evidence of indirect measures of democratic support. Sujit Choudhry mission is advising on a constitutional design that eliminates violent conflicts and focuses on peaceful democratic politics.  Additional article to read on medium.com

Sujit Choudhry the Professor

Sujit is the I. Michael Heyman Professor of Law at the University of Berkeley in Berkeley, California School of Law. Sujit is internationally recognized for his research and his years of experience as a constitution advisor and the constitution building process. Mr. Choudhry is very prestigious professional keeping political matters constitutionally correct. Have a better insight into his career choices, head over to this.

For further reading about the professor, visit http://blogs.law.nyu.edu/magazine/2011/introducing-sujit-choudhry/

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