Countries Learning to Exercise Constitution Better with Sujit Choudhry

Constitutions and constitutional systems are not the most heated topic in the world at the moment. However, they have an impact on the world. In July there was a meeting in Kiev, Ukraine. Sujit Choudhry as the Director of the Center for Constitutional Transitions joined his colleagues and other experts for talks and discussions.

Importance of Discussion

The workshop encouraged a debate on the current situation in Ukraine. There were several great attendees including the international institute for democracy and electorate assistance.

Sujit Choudhry expressed his concerns about democracy in Ukraine. He emphasised the amount of power the president holds, how the election system works and the weakness of the current political parties as well as their opposition.

He had the opportunity to talk to many distinguished guests including Vladimir Vasilenko Ukraine’s representative on Human Rights and Thomas Sidelius from the Dalarna University. There were also former members of the Ukrainian parliament who participated in the roundtable discussions.

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Sujit Choudhry is a key contributor of the academic circles and Constitutional Law cases where constitutions and the change of constitutions figures as the key aspect. He has gathered a lot of experience during his career and has a unique perspective on these issues.

A Personal Touch to Everything

Sujit Choudhry currently works as a Professor of Law in California. He currently is a lecturer at the Berkeley School of Law and worked as an advisor to several advisory boards in constitutional matters in Libya, Nepal and other countries.

He is also interested in research to widen his field of expertise and mobilising knowledge to help support more constitution building around the world. He gathers information from countries practising law the right way. He works with experts from more than 50 countries to provide the best advice on constitutional matters and changes.  Update with his latest work, check on researchgate.net.

He studied biology to study law, and his intelligence was evident straight away. Based on blogs.law.nyu.edu, he holds a Bachelors of Law from the University of Oxford as well as a Master’s degree from Harvard school of law. His colleagues genuinely like him, and he inspires young people to study law as well. He is passionate about his work and his students, and they notice it.  For his contact info, head over to bizjournals.com.

For an in-depth look at Sujit’s profile visit his website at http://sujitchoudhry.com/