Democracy is always a work in progress. Designing systems for national governance that can lead a nation towards peace and prosperity and enable public servants to create a better quality of life for the citizens that they are accountable to is no easy task. Building or repairing a political system with the aim of making its institutions and frameworks more sound is exactly the kind of work that expert Sujit Choudhry specializes in.
Sujit Choudhry is the director of an organization that is known as the Center for Constitutional Transitions. The organization focuses on producing useful scholarship on the issue of democratic governance that looks into issues that have long gone underexplored. Under Sujit Choudhry’s leadership the Center for Constitutional Transitions does rigorous research in the area of democratic governance that is designed to examine the needs of democracies that are at various stages of development. Read his blogs and have updates on his timeline activities,
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Constitutions are the founding documents that politicians and government officials look to to help them run national governments in a coherent way. They are documents that represent the political aspirations of a nation and often serve as a contract of sorts between citizens and governments. Constitutions often serve as a reference point for the powers and responsibilities that governments have to citizens and the ways in which governments must be accountable to citizens. For added reference, check papers.ssrn.com.
As an expert in comparative and international law Sujit Choudhry leverages his experience in academia and his international legal training to helping democracies around the world become stronger. Additional article on works.bepress.com
Working in the legal field has been a lifelong pursuit for Sujit Choudhry who started his career in the law as an undergraduate student at the University of Toronto in Canada where he earned his Bachelor’s of Laws as a college student in the 1990s. He would go on to study law at Oxford University in the United Kingdom where he was a Rhodes Scholar. After completing his studies in the United Kingdom he would go on to earn his Master of Laws from Harvard University. Sujit Choudhry also holds a Bachelor of Science from the prestigious McGill University in Canada. He would then go on to become a law professor at the University of Toronto, New York University, the University of California, Berkeley. With reference from en.wikipedia.org..
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