Born in 1970 in New Delhi India, Sujit Choudhry is a successful career man and has received several awards due to his work. Since 2014, Sujit has served as the dean at University of California Berkeley school of law, he later resigned as the dean and has worked in other Universities, among them include; New York University school of law, and the University of Toronto.
Also, Sujit Choudhry also practices law; he is also an adviser as well as an author and has published several books. Currently, Sujit Choudhry serves as the director at Center for Constitutional Transitions; this organization aims at supporting the constitution structure by uniting global experts to provide proof- based possibilities for those tasked with making the decisions and conducting research. This institution comes up with the knowledge necessary to offer their support to the constitution making process.
In a recent interview, Sujit revealed how he came up with the idea to establish Center for Constitutional Transitions, Sujit has worked as a constitutional advisor for almost two decades now, during his years as an advisor he worked with many upcoming democracies all over the world. He helped the countries amend their constitutions, during his work he noticed that there were some concerns, regarding the lack of knowledge or outdated information. This triggered the idea to establish a research firm that would help fill the gap and provide adequate information for constitution formation or amendments (constitutionaltransitions.org).
Being an immigrant Sujit explains how he has succeeded in this field. Mr. Choudhry has received law degrees from three different countries, and this helped him understand the different law systems of the states, the history, and the political atmosphere. Sujit’s educational background has profoundly contributed to his success; he also adds that his education achievements from Harvard, Toronto, and Oxford have been instrumental in him achieving his successful career
Sujit Choudhry reveals that for one to excel in what they do, it is critical to listen to people and be ready to adapt to new environments. People on the ground understand better what is happening and solutions to these problems and once adjusted and modified help bring solutions. Read more on blogs.law.nyu.edu.
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