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Sujit Choudhry is a globally acknowledged controller and qualified person on matters of the constitution. He has been a counselor to the development of the constitution and the processes involved in making the rule of law. Sujit has labored during times of political unrest and armistice. His skills include technical expertise to multi-party conversations, ability to aid public communication sessions with civil community groups and training civil servants and bureaucrats.

Choudhry developed and manages the center for constitutional transitions that creates and organizes knowledge in aid of constitution development. This is done through collecting and leading international networks of specialists to develop proof-based policy alternatives for decision makers and the agenda-setting examinations.

With his vast knowledge in issues related to the constitution, Sujit Choudhry has been able to give legal advice on multiplex constitutional and policy issues to the Canadian government, royal commissions, and the private corporations. In the comparative constitutional law and politics, Choudhry talks on a variety of topics such as developing the constitution to be a tool to command change from violent rivals to peaceful democratic politics.

Choudhry is a dominant specialist on the constitution of Canada and has written mainly on the Canadian charter of rights and freedoms and federalism. The supreme court of Canada has approved his work. In 2001, the South Asian Bar Association of Toronto named Choudhry as the practitioner of the year and was awarded the Trailblazer in 2015.

In an interview, Choudhry explains that the idea of his industry came from his knowledge of the questions that arose during the changes in the constitution. The lack of enough and up-to-date information regarding the law compelled him to identify issues that were of much concern and to the success of the constitutional amendment. Besides, he said that his ideas came out of real life experiences. To make the work practices, he spends a lot of time communicating with the stakeholders to identify issues that affect different countries where knowledge is outdated and incomplete. This enables him to identify clients for his work.