Sujit Choudhry is a famous name when this is about constitutional law. He is also a professor and teaches law at Toronto University. He completed his law degrees from the Oxford University, the Toronto University, and also from the Harvard Law School. And this combination of globally acclaimed universities made him, what he is today. His firm command of constitutional law has no match, and he helped many counties with his expertise about this law. See here.
Based on en.wikipedia.org, Sujit Choudhry served as a clerk to Antonio Lamer, Chief Justice of the SCC during the tenure of 1996 and 1997. And in the meantime he was also taking his formal education so when he completed his education; he already had an extensive experience of working in the supreme court of Canada for more than a year under the lead of globally acclaimed judge, Antonio Lamer. Go here.
As mentioned earlier, Sujit primary field is Constitutional Law and its related Theories, and he chose this subject as his future, and he educates fresh candidates, the importance of this law and this law is affecting nations to rise. The proof of his love with Constitutional Law is that he published more than 70 different articles, reports, and book chapters. And he did that because he has command over that subject, and also he loves to write and share his knowledge with others. Check constitutionaltransitions.org and read related articles.
Due to Sujit Choudhry’s expertise, his articles have published in the much-renowned newspaper, and on the different globally acclaimed website. Few of the famous names who had the honor of publishing his material are the Global Journal of Constitutional Law, Canadian Journal of Law and Jurisprudence and few more. He also has been involved extensively in the development of different public policy for cities, states, and countries. Click crunchbase.com for more.
Due to Sujit Choudhry’s consultancy, many firms such as the Romanow Commission, the Naylor Committee, the World Bank Institute and few others are prospering day by day. He also worked for the peace process for Sri Lankan Government. Sujit was also the Chairperson of South Asian Legal Clinic’s Advisory Board, and he served that legal institute with his expertise and his skills for a very long time.
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