Sujit Choudhry’s Impact on Constitutional Reforms

Sujit Choudhry is an internationally recognized authority in Constitutional Law. In an interview the senior editor of CEOCFO magazine, Lynn Fosse, Choudhry set the record straight regarding the Centre of Constitution Transitions. The following is a summary of the interview as well as a brief background on Sujit Choudhry.

A Break Down of an Interview With Sujit Choudhry

When asked about the concept of the “Center of Constitution Transitions”, Choudhry remarked that the institution was involved in generating and mobilizing knowledge to support building of constitutions. The aim of the center is to work with international experts in producing policy options that are based on extensive research and evidence to help decision makers. Choudhry further stated that they had worked with experts, international organizations, NGOs, and think tanks from different parts of the world.

When asked what prompted him to establish the organization, Sujit Choudhry responded by reviewing his history in comparative law. He stated how for several years he had been a constitutional advisor in many emerging democracies worldwide. Through his experience Choudhry had come to learn that there was inadequate current research on constitutional issues. The Center of Constitution Transition was formed to fill this knowledge gap. For the full article, Check on

About Sujit Choudhry

Choudhry managed to succeed despite his immigrant background. His journey started after he attained law degrees from three countries, Toronto, Oxford, and Harvard. Since then, he had navigated different political and legal environments and public policies. It is this exposure that has contributed to his success.  Watch this relevant clip of Sujit here.

Sujit Choudhry is the I. Michael Heyman Law Professor at the “University of California”. He is internationally renowned for his role in comparative law and constitutional politics. Choudhry has contributed to the processes of constitution building in many countries including Jordan, Nepal, Ukraine, Sri Lanka, Tunisia, Libya, Egypt, and South Africa. Through the Center of Constitution Transitions, with reference from  Choudhry aims to address the weaknesses of constitutions across the globe.

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