SUJIT CHOUDHRY AND THE CENTER FOR CONSTITUTION TRANSITION
In an interview with the CEO/CFO magazine, Sujit Choudhry talked about the Center for Constitutional Transitions. The interview was in April 2017. Sujit Choudhry is a renowned expert in law making and legal affairs. Currently, he teaches law at the Berkeley School of Law in California. For the full interview, check ceocfointerviews.com.
The Center for Constitutional Transitions is a non-governmental organization that is responsible for campaigning and educating on legal reforms and democracy in countries in the world. This organization works in partnership with other expert policy makers, NGOs and think tanks to facilitate democracy and democratic processes. As at now, the center for democratic transitions prides itself in pushing for and enacting legal reforms in 25 countries.
The organization was founded in 2012 as a university-based forum that produces and advocates for policy changes that support the Constitution. As years have passed, this team has transformed to be among the leading organizations that have facilitated constitution reforms in many countries across the globe.
This organization seeks to provide leaders and ordinary people with the knowledge and information involving many aspects of law making. These issues include;
2. Writing of the Constitution
The Center for Constitution Transitions relies on the think tanks and experts to provide the policies that will best-fit a given country. This is to ensure that the country has the best possible systems to facilitate democracy. Read more on constitutionaltransitions.org.
Sujit Choudhry is a well-known expert in the constitution and a professor of law at the Berkeley School of Law. He is the benefactor and the current managing director of the Center for Constitutional transitions. This organization serves to advocate for democracy in the world.
Besides teaching law, professor Sujit Choudhry uses his expertise in-law making to advise new democracies on issues on legal reforms. He has visited many countries in the Middle East and Africa to provide his expertise in federalism, conflict resolution, and the rights of minority groups.
Sujit Choudhry attributes his expertise in legal reforms to his vast experience as a professor of law. He holds two degrees from Oxford University and Toronto University.Refer to blogs.law.nyu.edu for related article.