Sujit Choudhry is the Michael Heyman Professor of Law at the University of California, Berkeley. Choudhry was the dean of the school of law from 2014 to 2016. He previously worked as a professor at the University of Toronto and New York University. Sujit Choudhry has written numerous articles, papers, and reports over the course of his career. He has also written a few books namely The Oxford Handbook of the Indian Constitution, Constitution Making, and The Migration of Constitutional Ideas.
Ideamensch recently interviewed Choudhry. He gave advice to leaders and organizations. Choudhry started by saying that he brings his ideas to life by making sure that the work he does is practical and is tested on the field. He stated that they work with policymakers to come up with issues that are the most important. They collaborate with experts from different countries to identify examples. They then make their ideas a reality. He said that his biggest regret was focusing his research solely on Canada. He would have gone global from the onset if he was given a chance. He mentioned that the worst job he has ever had was when he worked as an academic administrator. More details here on en.wikipedia.org.
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Based on crunchbase.com, Choudhry attributes his success as a leader to his ability to think about the long-term. This has helped him to become a thought leader since he is always ahead of the game. The trend that excites him the most is the role that the Internet plays in making knowledge on constitutional law available to the masses. This information was accessible by the highly educated in the past, but constitutional information is accessible to everyone today. Look here.
Choudhry added that his typical day begins with him catching up on current news. This is because constitutions are being rewritten or amended at any given time. It is important for him to stay up to date on the changes. He then responds to emails before spending a few hours on his research. He finishes by advising leaders to remain in touch with the people on the ground because they are in touch with what is going on. Hit this site works.bepress.com for more details.