Comparative law is a field of law that focuses on the differences and similarities of legal systems. The field informs other sectors such as economics and societal law. This is because researchers can see how different regulations across the various countries affect the society and the economy. Sujit Choudhry is a recognized professional in comparative law. He has covered the subject for many years. Sujit is a distinguished scholar in the field of comparative law. He has been involved in the constitution-building processes of several countries. Sujit has also given lectures and talks on the subject at institutions all over the world.
Sujit joined McGill University in 1988 to pursue a Bachelor of Science degree. He joined the University of Oxford as a Rhodes Scholar in 1992 pursuing a Bachelor of Arts degree in law. Choudhry later joined the University of Toronto where he graduated with a law degree. He started his career at the Supreme Court of Canada as a law clerk in the office of the chief justice. Choudhry joined the Harvard Law School in 1997 where he earned a Master’s degree in Law. Sujit Chouhdry was hired as an assistant professor of law at the University of Toronto after graduating from Harvard. Sujit retained this position for five years until 2004 when he was appointed an associate law professor with tenure. His work excellence led to his appointment as the Scholl Chair of the faculty of law at the school in 2006. Read blog.
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Based on crunchbase.com, Choudhry served as a Global Visiting Professor of Law at the New York University for four months in 2008. Choudhry left the University of Toronto to join New York University as the Cecelia Goetz Professor of Law in 2011. He was appointed the dean of the school of law at the University of California, Berkeley in 2014. Sujit served in this role for two years until 2016. Choudhry is currently the I. Michael Heyman Professor of Law at the University. Choudhry is the founding director of the Center for constitutionaltransitions.org that was founded in 2012. The center conducts research projects to inform policy makers on how they should draft constitutions. Interesting facts here on law.nyu.edu.
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