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Constitutional Transition Work of Professor Sujit Choudhry

Center for Constitutional Transitions was meant to generate and mobilize knowledge to support Constitutional building. The organization realizes its agenda by getting information from experts worldwide for them to make decisions and set agenda. They partner with think tanks, NGOs, and other agencies.

The Center for Constitutional Transition was formed to provide adequate and up-to-date research on legal advice. Mr. Sujit Choudhry during an interview said that as an immigrant, he had navigated new legal and political environments for his whole life, something that has been essential to the success of his professional. He added that he too had wide-ranging public policy experience and also managed to learn political decision from his work. As a scholar in comparative constitutional law, Sujit views that the world may be facing challenges to liberal democratic constitutionalism as from the Second World War. He sees that the things happening in America are similar to what other countries in a constitutional democracy under stress are encountering.  More to read on

Mr. Sujit Choudhry, when questioned in an interview whether he could share the challenges and reward working worldwide with other people, he said that listening and being responsive to the people on the ground is essential. They know what is currently happening and are also aware of what they want. Mr. Sujit Choudhry is Professor of law at the University of California, Berkeley. He is the director of Center for Constitutional Transitions. Previously, Sujit lectured Law at New York University. Sujit is internationally recognized by comparative constitutional laws and politics. He is an advisor to legal building process in countries such as Egypt, Jordan, Libya, Nepal, and Ukraine among others.  For further reading, click

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Mr. Choudhry is a legal advisor, for over 20 years. He also has experience in facilitating public dialogue sessions, stakeholder consultations, training of civil servants, engaging party leaders, and parliamentarians. Sujit carries out research that addresses a variety of issues in politics and comparative law that includes decentralization and secession, official language policy, minority and groups rights, constitution building, bills of rights, and proportionality. Useful link on

He has also written widely on Canadian constitutional law. Furthermore, he has published ninety articles, book chapters, and working papers.  For added reference, head over to

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