Sujit Choudhry is a World Humanitarian

Sujit Choudhry is an internationally recognized expert on comparative constitutional law and is currently the Dean of Law at the University of California, Berkley. He has been invited to speak in countries across the world as an expert in building constitutions for nations in transitional phases. He strives to use constitutional design as a way to manage the peaceful evolution of countries from areas of violent conflict to peaceful democratic societies.

The constitution needed for different cultures and groups varies widely depending on the nature of the circumstances on the ground. Sujit Choudhry is continuously involved in research on how to craft constitutional laws appropriate for any given political situation. There are very complex issues often involved including ethnically divided societies, linguistically divided countries and the guaranteeing of minority rights. As the Director of the Center for Constitutional Transitions, Sujit Choudhry can assemble a team of experts to help the transition from unstable nations into more peaceful places for people to live. Additional article on law.nyu.edu.

Sujit Choudhry is an immigrant to the United States and holds law degrees from three different countries. His law degrees are from Toronto, Harvard and Oxford Universities. Through his time spent in nations around the world, he has learned to navigate new political and legal climates. This skill of adaptation to new and different situations has been a key ingredient to his success. Every nation that he has resided in has had issues that are very specific to that country. He learned quickly that a set of laws for one country would not work for every nation, and he has based his years of research on this belief.  Click activistpost.com and read his insight and views on a current issue.

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When Sujit Choudhry would initially apply his research to troubled regions around the globe, he would often become discouraged. Some of the problems of theses areas seemed almost insurmountable. Check his latest tweets here on twitter.com.  Over the years of working in such challenging political climates, he developed a new vision and approach to solving hard problems. He refuses to let the perfect be the enemy of the good.  For more of Sujit and his work, head over to this.

A must-read interview of Sujit here on http://www.ceocfointerviews.com/interviews/CenterforConstitutionalTransitions17.htm