Who Is Sujit Choudhry?
Sujit Choudhry is a law professor at the University of California Berkeley. Mr. Choudhry is also a published author who has written numerous book that have to do with constitutional law and its applications. Books that Mr. Choudhry has published include The Migration of Constitutional Ideas that was published in 2006 and, Constitutional Design for Divided Societies: Integration or Accommodation? that was published in 2008. In 2016, Sujit Choudhry had a handbook published called the The Oxford Handbook of the Indian Constitution and another book on the process of making a constitution called Constitution Making. Check this on blogs.law.nyu.edu.
In addition to being a law professor and a prolific writer on national constitutions, Sujit Choudhry is considered to be an expert in the area of planning, writing and implementing constitutions across the world. He created The Center For Constitutional Transitions which studies how constitutions are made, how they change and how countries adapt new constitutions that were previously authoritarian or theocratic, to read more, try accessing works.bepress.com. Professor Choudhry also serves a member of the United Nations Mediation Roster and has offered his insight into constitutional law to organizations such as the United Nations Development Program and the World Bank Institute.
Ideamensch asked Sujit Choudhry where he got his idea to create The Center For Constitutional Transitions. His response was that he was actively involved in writing and amending constitutions for numerous nations when he realized that there were a lot of unsolved and unthought of problems that he encountered during this process. To expand knowledge and come up with solutions to problems, Sujit Choudhry created The Center For Constitutional Transitions. The center would also work to build upon outdated or old knowledge that he often encountered during the constitutional writing and editing process. Refer to linkedin.com for more additional article.
Next, Ideamensch asked Choudhry how a typical day looks for him and what he does to make it productive. His answer was that he tries to stay on top of changes and events regarding constitutions by reading content on the web and in print for a few hours. Then Choudhry says he tries to write for a few hours on projects that he is currently working on.
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