Sujit Choudhry’s Contribution To The Center For Constitutional Transitions

Being the Founding Director of the Center for Constitutional Transitions, Sujit Choudhry knows his way through the organization. The group’s aim is to support the constitution with the knowledge generated by experts who come up with policy options for decision-makers. The body also works to ensure that the advice given in the constitution is up-to-date with the relevant information by conducting complete and intensive research. Having worked as a constitutional advisor all over the world to emerging democracies, Sujit fits his position for overseeing the transition process.

The future goals of The Center for Constitutional Transitions are to launch their knowledge products and create partnerships to complete massive research projects that are underway.

Sujit acquired his degrees from Oxford and Harvard and studied law from three different countries, giving him a diversified understanding of his profession. With these skills, he has become successful and mastered the issues, histories, and stakeholders of the countries that he has migrated. His education background has been influenced by his parents who are both professors.

Sujit believes that to survive in a new environment with people of different cultures; you have to listen more and respond to them because they are more familiar with the place than you are. Also, one should look at things from the residents’ point of view.

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According to Sujit, the key to success is always reinvent the technique of how to achieve the set goals. If a project fails, one should never be discouraged. At times the setback can produce positive results.

Given unlimited time and funds, Sujit says that he would recommend an organization that organizes and hosts the most important constitutional case-law globally and in different languages.   For insights from Sujit, check this must-read article on

Between 2014 and 2016, Sujit Choudhry served as the Dean of the UC Berkely School of Law. Being good in comparative constitutional law has landed him professor jobs in several Law Schools like the New York University School of Law and the University of Toronto.  Related reading on this law blog about Sujit on

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Choudhry received the Trudeau Foundation Fellowship in 2010 for his good work constitutional law. Later in 2011, he was awarded the Practitioner of the Year by the South Asian Bar Association of Toronto.  Check this on

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