Sujit Choudhry’s track record speaks for itself, as he has been involved as an advisor in several constitution building processes all over the world. Aside from that, he heads the Center for Constitutional Transitions. For these reasons, Sujit recently participated in discussions about the Ukraine government’s semi-presidential system alongside other constitutional professionals. The talks regarding the impediments facing the system took place on July 10th in Kiev.
For Sujit Choudhry, it was an honor to deliberate on executive powers in front of experts. He attributed several factors including the weak political parties, the legislature electoral system and the presidential power to the instability in Ukraine. Other notable personalities in the company of Sujit included Sumit Bisarya of the International IDEA, Thomas Sidelius of Dalarna University, Viktor Musiaka, the president representative in Supreme Court, as well as Sergi Holovatyi, sits on the constitutional commission of Ukraine among others. Hit on researchgate.net and be updated with his latest work.
All the individuals present in the discussions boasts valuable knowledge and experience in the subject matter. Apart from being a renowned constitutional building process advisor, Sujit Choudhry has recently released a collection of classic articles, academic contributions on constitutional law dubbed Sujit Choudhry’s Constitutional Making. Additional reading on works.bepress.com.
Sujit Choudhry in Brief
Sujit Choudhry is globally known for being an authority on both politics and comparative law. Previously, he worked at the University of Toronto as the Scholl Chairperson and as the professor of law at the New York University. Sujit Choudhry integrates a vast research agenda with his extensive field experience as a constitution building process advisor in countries like Yemen, Sri Lanka, South Africa, Egypt and Nepal among others. For more related reading, check on this.
Sujit Choudhry holds several law degrees from internationally recognized universities like Toronto, Oxford, and Harvard. During his 20 years’ experience as a constitutional advisor, he has dealt with various contexts including political violence and ceasefires. In fact, his vast experience ranges from leading stakeholder consultations, training civil servants and bureaucrats, performing extensive advisory work with technical experts to drafting memoranda and reports in the field. Click on law.nyu.edu to read more. Additionally, Sujit Choudhry has served as a consultant to several international organizations like the United Nations Development Program and the World Bank Institute at the World Bank. For his contact info, hit on bizjournals.com.