The World’s Constitution Expert
As the world goes deeper into the 21st century, constitutional governments are becoming far more important than ever before. Countries that were once dictatorships are now creating new constitutions to base their reformed societies upon. As an expert in constitutional law, Sujit Choudhry specializes in researching and understanding constitutions. His knowledge about constitution building has allowed Choudhry to work as an advisor and his experience in this field has shaped his opinions greatly. From the constitutions of South Africa to Ukraine, Choudhry is one of the most important political experts of our time.
Constitutional Law At The University Of Berkeley
Outside of his advisory role, Choudhry is a professor of law at the Berkeley branch of the University of California. At UC Berkeley, he teaches students about the inner workings of both familiar subjects, such as the constitution of the United States, and the development of more recently built constitution. While his academic prowess is enough to give most students a strong understanding of constitutional law, the firsthand experience he received helps him exceed typical expectations as a professor. Before he taught at Berkeley, Choudhry had enjoyed an academic career across the world. He had taught at New York University and the University of Toronto. At these schools he covered everything from semi-presidentialism to constitutional courts.
Choudhry’s Projects And Goals
Beyond his work as a professor, Choudhry is an active assistant of a number of important NGOs such as the World Bank Institute and the United Nations Development Program. Through these organizations, Choudhry conducts important research projects surrounding the state of constitutional governments around the world. Currently, he is heading 3 research projects surround the security of constitutional governments and the effects of the transition to constitutional governments. Outside of his work for NGOs, Choudhry is an accomplished author. Recently, he decided to write a book about the Indian constitution and the differences between the country’s constitutions and early democracies. Every single country is different and the constitution of each country will reflect the history and culture that shaped it.