Sujit Choudhry Answers How Center For Constitutional Transitions Plays A Huge Role In Mobilizing Researched Based Knowledge On Comparative Law
Sujit Choudhry is one of the leading names in the field of comparative constitutional law and has written over ninety articles, reviews, book chapters, and reports on constitution building and comparative law that are considered as a benchmark in the field. In a recent interview with a magazine, he mentioned that the primary aim behind founding Center for Constitutional Transitions was to research on various aspects of constitution building and mobilizes the researched knowledge across the world.
He further added that Center for Constitutional Transitions also works as a think-tank and collaborates with various multilateral organizations, NGOs, and experts to produce policy options that are backed by evidence. It helps the lawmakers make progressive policies and adds flexibility as well as the logical reasoning to move forward with amendments if needed. Check ceocfointerviews.com.
Sujit Choudhry has worked as a foreign constitutional expert during the building of constitution of many developing countries, such as Tunisia, Jordan, Egypt, Sri Lanka, Nepal, South Africa, and more, check ideamensch.com, for related post. While working as a constitutional advisor, he found that even though there are laws that do answer the questions that arise during the formation of the constitution, there are many answers that left unanswered. Moreover, he found that the knowledge and information available to respond to these questions is unorganized or inadequate. And, it is what pushed him to found Center for Constitutional Transitions.
With reference to sujitchoudhry.com, Sujit Choudhry is currently I.Michael Heyman Professor of Law at Berkeley Law College and has previously worked at the New York Law College as Cecilia Goetze Professor of Law. Previously, he has also served as the Dean of Berkeley Law College. Over the year, Sujit Choudhry has spoken on comparative law in more than 20 countries and is an international authority in the field of comparative law.
Sujit Choudhry is one of the members of the Editorial Board of the Constitutional Court Review and is also on the Executive Committee of ICONS or International Society of Public Law and International Journal of Constitutional Law. He is also a consulting member of the World Bank Institute. Visit his linkedin.com page to read blogs.
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