Sujit Choudhry, who is a comparative constitutional law authority recognized internationally. He also works at the University of California as the Professor of law. He is the founder of the Center for Constitutional Transitions, where he also serves as the Director. He recently gave an interview to ideamensch about his professional career in comparative constitutional law.
When asked about the idea that led to the formation of his organization, he explained that the complex process of designing and constitutional transition requires a vast amount of knowledge. This knowledge could be non-existent or outdated. He said that an organization like the Center for Constitutional Transitions tried to identify these critical issues and generates knowledge by assembling and leading experts around the world.
On the question relating to how he spends his day, Sujit Choudhry said he begins his day by reading all current online sources to be updated on current issues. He goes through his emails to oversee any projects he is involved with and try to write and read a few hours a day. Read some of his blogs, follow him on twitter.com.
He said that most of their ideas come from identifying any critical constitutional issue that is facing a country, and where the knowledge required to solve this issue is non-existent or incomplete. They consult other experts and use real-life examples to bring their ideas to life.
When asked about the level of success, he mentioned that listening and talking to people on the ground has played a crucial part as they are the ones who know what’s going on and what they need. More on his linkedin.com page.
Sujit Choudhry attended the University of Oxford, where he graduated with a Bachelor of Arts in Law degree in 1994. Based on blogs.law.nyu.edu, he joined the University of Toronto and graduated with a Bachelor of Laws degree in 1996. He enrolled in a master’s program at the Harvard Law School, where he graduated with a Master of Laws in 1998.
He has served as a law professor and as a member of the academic board in several universities. In 2012, he founded the Center for Constitutional Transitions which is a platform that generates constitutional knowledge by mobilizing and leading law experts across the globe, check constitutionaltransitions.org. He is currently serving as I. Michael Heyman Professor of Law at the University of California, School of Law, Berkeley. Try clicking this.
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