Sujit Choudhry is a respected name internationally for his contribution to comparative constitutional law. For more than two decades, Sujit has played a significant in constitution building, governance, and rule of law among many other activities by providing his useful professional advice. Some of he has had the opportunity of putting his vast experience in comparative constitutional law include Egypt, Jordan, Libya, Nepal, South Africa, Sri Lanka, Tunisia, Tunisia, Ukraine, and Yemen. Apart from being an expert in the field of law, Sujit Choudhry also has excellent skills in public speaking and he has been able to lecture and give talks in more than thirty countries. Find out more here on (Patch.com).
Sujit attained his first Bachelor of Science degree from the McGill University, before joining Oxford University to study law. From the moment he decided to pursue law, Sujit Choudhry became determined to make an impact in the world of law in the entire world. That is why his bachelor’s degree was not enough for him. Determine to gather all the knowledge that could warrant his success in the field of law, he joined the University of Toronto to pursue a bachelor of laws(LL.B.) and later joined the Harvard Law School where he graduated with a master of laws (LL.M.), Law.
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Armed with all the knowledge and information required to get in the field of laws, he started his career at the Supreme Court of Canada where he served as a law clerk. He has since accomplished a lot in the field of including the publication of more than ninety law articles, book chapters and working papers among other written materials, view (Iconnectblog.com) for more. Some of the books Sujit has published include the Constitution making, The Migration of Constitutional Ideas, and the Oxford Handbook of the Indian Constitution. He has also worked with multiple NGOs, governments, and think tanks among many other groups to bring positive changes to the world of law internationally. He has been able to bring the majority of his ideas into life by using real-life examples to create his playing field. According to Sujit, policy making is the most important part in the process of turning ideas into reality.