Sujit Choudhry is a professor of law, and since he began his practice in the legal industry he has been dealing with politics as well as comparative law. Mr. Sujit is an expert in the social process, federation, the change of state from violence to peaceful manifestation in politics, as well as separation. Another of Sujit important task is the making of constitution especially for nations that are facing political instability. The attorney by profession has largely written on comparative law as well as Canadian constitutional law. He is a published author who has published several books, (works.bepress.com), on law-related issues and recently the comparative expert lawyer wrote a book known as Constitutional Democracies in Crisis.
In his newly released book, Choudhry is mostly focusing on Erick Holder’s tweeter who was a former Attorney General during the Barack Obama’s regime, The twitter was published in December 2017 stating that any state house termination is a special counsel, and he even further said that if anything happens a demonstration should be carried out. According to Holder, the termination is a red line and if tempered with there should be a mass of peaceful support because Americans should be heard. Choudhry views the call of Holder on twitter in two ways one being the controversial constitution boundary in the American democracy or the symbolic “red line”.
Sujit Choudhry was born in 1970 in Delhi and after his high school graduation he knew he wanted to pursue law and after that, he attended the University of Toronto, and later McGill University where he received his B.S. His degree in law was received when he joined the Oxford University. The professor of law began his career and he was elected the Cecelia Goetz Professor of Law of the New York University school of law in 2011 (blogs.law.nyu.edu). Sujit is also a speaker who has spoken to many forums including the pluralism forum which took place at Global Center Pluralism’s in 2013. His efforts and achievement in the legal industry have not gone without recognition. Sujit Choudhry has on several occasions been awarded including Trudeau Fellowship from Trudeau Foundation, in 2011 he was the practitioner of the year from the South Asian Bar Association of Toronto and many other awards.
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