Sujit Choudhry- Restoring constitutional order through constitution designs

November 15, 2017

Sujit Choudhry is a highly esteemed professor of comparative constitutional law. He currently teaches law at the University of California Berkeley as well as at the I. Michael Heyman. He is the first dean of law at the university from the Indian-American community. Sujit Choudhry was born in 1970 and remains one of the best legal minds in the world today. He attained his masters from Harvard’s School of Law. Sujit Choudhry left the University of McGill where he was undertaking biological studies to follow his passion in law. He joined the University of Oxford where he gained his bachelors in law degree. Refer to for related article.

His deep knowledge of the comparative constitutional law has seen him earn respect from all over. His partners in the legal field know that he is an authority on matters of the constitution and political crisis resolution.   Follow and read his blogs, check on his page.

Sujit Choudhry is internationally recognized for his role in constitution-making in various countries. He has been hired in a number of countries to give advice on the constitution-making process. Some of the countries that he has helped build a constitutional order are South Africa, Libya, Egypt, Sri Lanka, Ukraine, Nepal, and others. His experience is admired by many in the legal fraternity.    Related article on

Sujit Choudhry heads another important organization known as the Center on Constitutional Transitions. This is a body that is comprised of constitutional and political experts from more than 25 countries who have come together to address the issue of politics and constitution that affect various nations. Sujit Choudhry also does a lot in terms of research. He heads there global research teams that deal with Constitutional Transitions, Security Sector Reforms, and Territorial Cleavages. Most of the issues that Choudhry address in his research work are the issues of constitutional design. His aim is to come up with constitution design mechanisms that will ensure there is a peaceful transition into constitutional order. Read his views and insights on questions asked of him in this note-worthy article here.

Most of his works are published in articles, books, journals, and reports.  More of his published works on

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