Sujit Choudhry is an individual with many titles. As a professor, he has taught law at prominent universities. He has been a professor of law at the University of California Berkley since 2014. Before that, Sujit Choudhry was a professor of law at the New York University School of Law from 2011-2014. He was also a tenured associate professor of law at The University of Toronto Faculty of Law from 2004-2010.
As a researcher, writer, and advisor, Choudhry work is focused on comparative constitutional law and politics issues in the United States and Canada.
- minority and group rights
- constitutional design in ethnically divided societies
- security sector oversight
- decentralization and secession
- Many more areas
As an advisor, Sujit Choudhry has advised in constitutional building in countries such as Yemen, Sri Lanka, Ukraine, Tunisia and many countries in Africa. He has been advising for over 20 years. He is also a public speaker and has given lectures in over two dozen countries.
Read more about Choudhry’s advisory work at http://sujitchoudhry.com/advisory-work/
Sujit Choudhry’s latest publication is a book that he co-wrote called Constitution Making. In the book, he has a chapter titled Constitutional Democracies in Crisis? that focuses on a tweet from December of 2017 by Eric Holder, the former Attorney General under President Obama. The tweet purported that if Robert Muller was terminated from his position as White House Special Counsel, that would be an “absolute red line” and that the American people should protest peacefully if this were to happen. Choudhry wrote that Holder’s tweet is about “constitutional self-enforcement, built around the concept of a focal point”, and he points out that it is interesting that Holder, someone who was once the nations top law enforcement official, is not even calling upon a legal challenge in the attempt to terminate Mueller. The chapter goes on to further break down and analyze Holder’s tweet. Sujit Choudhry is an accomplished writer, researcher, and advisor, and further study of his book proves just how adept he is in researching comparative constitutional law.