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In result of the interview from CEOCFO with Sujit Choudhry we learned many valuable things about him personally and The Center for Constitutional Transitions, which makes knowledge available in regards to constitution construction. This center focuses on bringing together global experts to create documentation of administrative options. They provide this information to an international group of organizations to help resolve constitutional issues.

Sujit Choudhry has spent many years studying, writing and re-writing different constitutions from around the globe. Through this experience he learned that many documents and records used to clarify these constitutional changes were outdated, extremely limited or didn’t exist. He was driven to establish this organization to resolve the issues of not having proof to aid the changes being made. Refer to fundacity.com for additional articles.

Sujit Choudhry is an immigrant that has the ability to practice law in three different countries. He received his degrees from Harvard, Oxford and Toronto. His parents made it clear from an early age the importance of higher learning. Check this on indiawest.com.

His experience comparing information between countries and countries of our past has never been more important. Our country is experiencing drastic changes and to ensure a graceful transition we need his knowledge to assist us.

Thanks to his opportunities to travel the globe and get to understand the workings of so many countries he is able to view and understand that there are quite a variety of perspectives in the world. We don’t always understand how someone see’s something, but he is able to completely immerse himself in the experience and gain knowledge from it. For a related article, try clicking law.nyu.edu.

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Choudhry suggests one of the biggest keys to success is the idea of constant reinvention. Allowing failures or disappointments to pass so that you can learn from it and then create something greater. Choudhry suggests that if there was a way to create an organization that compared and analyzed constitutional law around the globe it would change the way our world works for the greater. Bringing people together of different backgrounds is always positive as it allows for greater open mindedness. For a glimpse of an important interview with Sujit, click ceocfointerviews.com.

In the fall we can expect Sujit Choudhry to release multiple thematic collaborative research projects that he has been working on.

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The world is fast moving into becoming a global village, and one of the reasons it is happening so seamlessly is because the countries across the world are making integral changes in their legal systems. It is a well-known fact in the law and political fraternity that every step that the government makes needs to abide by the national and international law, and the legal systems followed through decades should permit it. However, globalization that is taking place world over is forcing the countries to modernize their law and adapt to the changes happening globally. And, it is where the importance of comparative law comes in.

Comparative law studies the broad range of differences, similarities, and loopholes, as per the current world situation in the legal systems and suggests the changes needed going forward. At any given time, the countries around the world are working on making amendments with their legal system and constitutions, and ensuring it is done with an angle to accommodate globalization easily; the comparative law is highly relevant.

Sujit Choudhry is one of the most sought after personalities on the topic of comparative law and is a highly reputed speaker and writer on the subject. Sujit Choudhry has spoken extensively on the subject of comparative law and its importance in today’s world, in many different countries.

As a foreign constitutional expert, Sujit Choudhry has also helped with building the constitution of many countries, including Tunisia, Egypt, Jordan, South Africa, Libya, Nepal, and Sri Lanka, click on law.nyu.edu for additional article..   Sujit Choudhry believes that comparative constitutional paves the way for solving many national and international conflicts peacefully, including ethnical issues in various countries, sectarian issues, decentralization, semi-presidentialism, minority group rights, the transition to the government from authoritarian to democratic, and more. To follow his recent timeline activities, hit crunchbase.com.

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Sujit Choudhry is also one of the founding directors of one of the most prominent think tanks on comparative law, Center for Constitutional Transitions. Sujit Choudhry is also the author of over 90 book chapters, review, reports, papers, and articles on the subject of comparative law, check this on blogs.law.nyu.edu. Currently, Sujit Choudhry is the I. Michael Heyman Professor of Law at Berkeley Law College and was previously the Cecilia Goetze professor of law at NYU Law School.  To learn more about Sujit , head over to officialsujitchoudhry.com.

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