Sujit Choudhry is the expert’s expert when it comes to constitutional law, especially when it’s Ukrainian in nature. This proven leader goes above and beyond the call of duty in democratic politics and more than holds his own in a speech, lecture, debate, policy discussion and more. How can he not? He is, after all, a “guru” in Ukrainian constitutional matters – an unmatched expert of many years – of whose expertise many have both learned from and shared in turn.
In fact, this last week alone, Sujit Choudhry attended and spoke in a Ukrainian semi-presidentialism roundtable held in – you guessed it – the very heart of beautiful Ukraine itself. Thousands of leaders expressed their opinions and shared a voice at the event, and Sujit Choudhry was certainly no fly in the room – to say the least – but one who most spoke and reinforced what he believed should comprise a solid Ukrainian constitution and the proper application of it in all matters legal and civil alike. He spoke with a voice of authority like no other, and the crowd had no option but to listen and applaud, which it did one more than one occasion. Additional reading on works.bepress.com.
Did you know that Sujit Choudhry is one of the few people in the world to have studied the Ukrainian constitution in all its aspects: past, present and future? Did you know that he is also one of the world’s foremost authorities on its present and future implications and applications alike? He therefore shared with the Ukrainian people exactly what they needed to do to ensure that the future of their country is not only a safe one but a prosperous one for the long haul, imposing certain step-by-step instructions and relevant suggestions, all of which he holds as proven to work when applied properly. Additional article on blogs.law.nyu.edu.
Sujit Choudhry is also loved and admired by many of his students at the University of Berkeley. Check his recently authored article, check on activistpost.com. Even as the busy man that he is, he still finds time to share with his young pupils. Who could ask for more in a teacher, tutor, debater and friend? Read more on en.wikipedia.org.