How Sujit Choudhry is Changing Constitutional Democracy

Sujit Choudhry is the Founding Director of the Center for Constitutional Transitions, and recently gave an interview describing the past of the company, the problems it faces every day, and the future for what is still to come. Everyone has a different interpretation of democracy, but Mr. Choudhry is an expert on the subject. He began the Center for Constitutional Transitions as a means to mobilize ideas that support constitution building with democratic governments all over the world. Sujit Choudhry also states that his vision for the company has changed drastically over the years due to the ever-changing political climate. He states that setbacks are not always failures, but learning experiences, for the interview, click on   The company has brought together experts from all over the world to share knowledge and ideas that significantly contribute to their projects. In the future, Choudhry is planning three very important research projects with the International Institute for Democracy which will benefit those countries with emerging democratic governments. For updates on his timeline activities, click on

Sujit Choudhry is a scholar and a visionary. He has obtained law degrees from three prestigious schools around the world; Harvard Law School, Toronto Faculty of Law, and Oxford University. Choudhry was also a Professor of Law at the University of Toronto and New York University, and he is currently a professor at the I. Michael Heyman School of Law in California. Sujit Choudhry is considered an expert on the subject of comparative constitutional law, and uses his full breadth of knowledge to fuel his company’s projects. Many of his projects focus on transitioning previous dictatorships into fully functioning democracies.

In addition to his years of experience teaching, according to, Sujit Choudhry was an advisor to implementing a constitutional democracy in countries such as Egypt, Nepal, Libya, Sri Lanka, Tunisia, and Ukraine. His extensive knowledge of law and democracy has inspired over ninety publications by his hand, including book chapters and scholarly articles. His writings focus primarily on the transition from a totalitarian regime to a constitutional democracy, but his writings have also covered a broad range of subjects including; implementing a bill of rights, official language policy, minority and group rights, and Canadian constitutionalism. More on

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