Sujit Choudhry is a well-known public figure who has dedicated his life to the field of law and is a prominent name when it comes to comparative constitutional studies (law.nyu.edu). He is also famous for being the director as well as the co-founder of the only institution on comparative constitutional law named Center of Constitution Transitions. Sujit Choudhry has worked with the governments of many countries in helping them restructure their constitution from scratch. He says that for the world to be progressive, it is essential that the principles of comparative law are established and implemented.
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Choudhry has given lectures and speeches in over a dozen countries on how vital the comparative law is for the world today and how it can help in diffusing the tension. Sujit Choudhry has worked as the foreign constitutional expert to help rewrite the constitution of several countries, including Sri Lanka, Nepal, South Africa, Tunisia, Egypt, Jordan, and Libya (patch.com). Currently, he serves as the law professor at the famous Berkeley Law College and in the past has also served as the college’s dean. As a leading professor of law and a world-famous personality in the field of comparative law, Sujit Choudhry is often consulted and interviewed about various legal and constitutional matters.
Recently, Sujit Choudhry was interviewed by the Chief Editor of the CEOCFO Magazine, Lynn Fosse, in which he discussed various personal and professional topics. He said that he grew up in Canada, and due to his parents being a professor, the interest in studies was vast from the very beginning. It is what led Sujit Choudhry to study law from three top universities. Sujit Choudhry says that one thing he regrets most is trying to be a perfectionist at the beginning rather than focusing on moving with the flow and learning from the mistakes. He also says that there is a dire need for an organization that would bring together all the constitutional experts together for discussing comparative law and its methodologies as well as for legal reviews, and to enforce necessary amendments as deemed necessary. It would help in bringing uniform changes in the constitutions globally.