Sujit Choudhry the Constitutional Advisor and an Expert Center for Constitutional Transitions

Professor Choudhry is the leader of Center of Constitutional Transitions which mobilizes and generates knowledge in backing up the constitution by leading and assembling international networks of professionals to produce proof based policy alternatives for agenda setting and decision doing research. The organization partners with the international network of multilateral organizations, NGOs, and think tanks.

Professor Choudhry served as a dean in Berkeley law school in the University of California. Previously, he had worked as Professor of Law as a Cecelia Goetz at the New York University and also at the University of Toronto he was the Scholl Chair. He is recognized internationally for his authority on qualified constitutional politics and law, and he has done in-depth research on the same. Related article on  He worked as an experienced consultant to legal building processes in Yemen, Ukraine, Tunisia, Sri Lanka, South Africa, Nepal, Libya, Jordan, and Egypt.  Check on to read more of his advisory works.

Professor Sujit Choudhry is a law degree holder from Harvard, Toronto, and Oxford. In Supreme law court of Canada, he served as a legal assistant to Antonio Lamer the Chief Justice. His research addresses a comprehensive variety of issues in comparable constitutional politics and law such as inherent design as an instrument to manage progress from violent battle to peaceful self-governing politics, federalism, legal strategy in culturally divided societies, constitutional court, federalism resignation and decentralization, certified language policy, constitution building, constitutional policy in the context of deal authorization to independent rule, security sector mistake and fundamental procedural questions in the training of comparative legal law. He wrote expansively on the constitutional law of Canada.  Related article on

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Sujit Choudhry has published book chapters, more than ninety articles and has worked on papers and reports.  Read more about his published work on  He is a member of United Nations Negotiation Roster and a consultant in the world bank institute and the development program in United Nations. For more than 20 years, he has remained to be a constitutional advisor in the extensive variety of settings such as situations of political violence and during ceasefires. Some of his experiences include; simplifying public dialogue hearings with stakeholder and other civil society groups, training bureaucrats and civil servants, engaging parliamentarians and party leaders, stakeholder consultations and drafting of memoranda and technical reports in the field.

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Sujit Choudhry Speaks at Ukrainian Workshop for Constitutional Leaders

Sujit Choudhry is a Professor of Law at the University of California, Berkeley, where he served as the Dean of the School of Law. Aside from being a distinguished author, he serves as a prominent advisor to the constitution-building processes, in a broad range of Middle Eastern countries such as Egypt, Jordan, and Yemen.

Having published over 90 articles, Professor Sujit Choudhry’s research focuses on ideas such as transitioning to peaceful democratic politics, constitutional courts such as minority rights, and constitution building.  Hop over to for additional article.

As the Director of the Center for Constitutional Transitions, Sujit Choudhry attended a July 10th workshop with constitutional leaders in Kiev to discuss the presidential system in the Ukrainian government and the challenges it faces. Choudhry would be joined alongside people like International IDEA Sumit Bisarya, Ukraine’s representative on Human Rights, Vladimir Vasilenko, Sergyi Holovatyi, a member of the constitutional commission of Ukraine, Viktor Musiaka a representative in Supreme Court, and Ihor and a former Member of Parliament and the president’s advisor.

It was hosted by a Ukrainian think tank International Institute for Democracy and Electorate Assistance (IDEA) which supports healthy democracies all over the world. Sujit Choudhry spoke there mentioning the importance in discussing these topics on cooperation and sustainability even pointing out the lack of democratization in Ukraine. He highlighted the electoral system and weak political parties as leading to this instability. Relevant article worth reading here.

Sujit Choudhry’s “constitutional Making,” provides a collection of academic contributions relevant to the workshop such as classic articles on case studies and constitutional law. Check  Choudhry has provided lectures to a number of diverse countries and serve as their constitutional process advisor. Scholars have long been interested in the process of constitution making, what history has told us about it, and how to best assemble a democratic system free of corruption and greed. Hop over to for his timeline activity update.

The Ukrainian workshop is a vital step in the long-sought process of cooperation because it allows for more than 25 countries to have discourse and share ideas in being able to tackle the many constitutional hurdles that face nations. This strengthens instability and ensure security in their hemispheres.

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