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Sujit Choudhry; the Laws and Wars

A constitutional law expert, Sujit Choudhry is the current Chief Executive Officer of the Center for Transitions; the source of his label CEOCFO. Sujit is involved in rallying for establishing a society whose citizens obey the law without reservation. CFO seeks to produce world-class leaders who will generate resources because they adore and follow the law. CFO believes that when decision makers are not informed, they cannot make the correct decisions.

Academic and Career Background

Sujit Choudhry was a professor at Berkeley School of Law, University of California. He also served as a Dean at the same University. Few lawyers have had a chance to be invited as guest speakers at major functions across the globe as Professor Choudhry. He has been to such countries as South Africa, Ukraine, Egypt, Libyia, among others.

Background of Sujit Choudhry

Mr. Choudhry is a legal mind from Oxford University among other top-flight universities. He served as a clerk at law to Justice Antonio Lamer. Professor Choudhry has been working as a lawyer for 20 years in a broad range of legal contexts (blogs.law.nyu.edu). He has been involved in facilitation and mobilization of groups for a course. Sujit Choudhry has a wide range of experiences under his cap. He has been the main facilitator on public dialogue with all stakeholders including civil society groups.

 Portfolio and Responsibilities

Apart from heading the CFO, Sujit is the Director for the Center for Constitutional Transitions. The center acts as a resource center for the generation of knowledge for building the constitution. Sujit Choudhry has worked in war zones and has also acquired a lot of expertise regarding the plight of people during the turmoil. The professor is leading, along with other colleagues, a host of collaborative projects of research and generation of policy. He is a notable member of the Mediation Roster of the United Nations. Previously, he offered consultancy service to the UNEP and the World Bank.

Having worked in war tone areas as the list earlier highlighted here suggests, professor Sujit embarked on research to tackle politics and constitutional law. He proposes the inclusion of a constitutional design to handle the shift from violent conflict to politics that is inspired by democracy. Professor Sujit has also interacted with and written material on Canadian law.

More to read at https://works.bepress.com/sujit_choudhry/

Professor Sujit Choudhry is particularly more interesting, not just because he is an astute constitutional expert, no; not even because he has been to Harvard, or Oxford; although that’s no mean feat. Sujit is one of the few lawyers to hold law degrees from three different countries. Sujit is an immigrant who takes pride in education. The law professor has given his views on a broad range of subjects touching on world politics and constitutional order.

Keep up with Choudhry, visit LinkedIn.