Sujit Choudhry is the founding director of the Center for Constitutional Transitions. For many years, he has been working with democracies that are emerging across the world by either writing new constitutions or amending the ones that already exist. He found out that during the constitutional process, there are issues that arise. Some fail to be solved because the knowledge is unavailable, non-existent, or incomplete. Due to lack of research that is accurate and updated, the effectiveness of constitutional advice is impeded.
In an interview, he says that the idea behind the firm is to generate and mobilize knowledge needed to give support to the legal building by assembling and leading of international networks. For the full interview, click this. The company also works to produce policies that are evidence based to be used by the decision makers and the agenda-setting research. The company has partnered with NGOs, multilateral organizations, and think tanks and has worked with over 25 counties and 50 professionals. Related articles on law.nyu.edu
Despite being an immigrant, Choudhry has been successful in his venture. One of the primary things that have helped him is attaining law degrees from three countries. He has spent most of his time navigating new legal as well as political environments. He has learned that every country has its issues, stakeholders, and histories. He also has a wide-range of experience in public policy which has helped him learn a lot about political decision making. His parents, who are both professors, understood the importance of education. That is the reason that they put a premium on his higher education. Hop over to thereisnoconsensus.com for additional reading.
Choudhry says that the law degrees in Oxford and Harvard have helped him succeed. He also believes that listening and responding to the people on the ground since they know what is going on and the things that they need. When making policies, the one thing that leaders should do is not to assume that they know the truth. To read blogs and latest news about Sujit, visit linkedin.com.
Sujit Choudhry is a professor of law at the University of California, Berkeley. He has been recognized internationally as an authority on politics and comparative constitutional law. He combines a wide-range agenda on research with in-depth experience in the field as he works as an advisor to legal building process in Jordan, Libya, Egypt, Sri-Lanka, South Africa, Ukraine, and Tunisia. He is skilled and knowledgeable that he has been asked to speak and lecture in over 24 countries. Refer to en.wikipedia.org
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