Sujit Choudhry was born in 1970 in New Delhi. He joined high school in University of Toronto schools. He went to Mc Gill University where he attained a B.S. Choudhry also went to the University of Oxford where he got degrees in law. Choudhry organized for a memorial fellowship of Frank Knox in the Harvard schools of law and Toronto University.
Choudhry became a chief justice’s clerk in the Canada Supreme Court during 1966-1967 period.
In 1998 to 1999, Choudhry graduated in center of ethics and professions at Harvard University. He also was a graduate of Harvard schools of law as a visiting researcher (blogs.law.nyu.edu). Sujit later became part of Toronto university faculty serving as an assistant professor in 1999. He was on the advisory panel governing Toronto which he helped by proposing vital reforms of the municipal governance structure of Toronto. Choudhry was mentioned in the legal aid Ontario board of directors in 2006 by the government of Ontario.
Sujit Choudhry became a professor of law at the university school of law in New York in 2011. He was a speaker in discussing rights of groups in a split society in 2013. He guided a Tunisian team in 2013 and 2014 at New York University to provide reports at Tunisia University and meet with the Tunisia president, Mohamed Marzouki. Sujit became a Dean at California University at the school of law Berkeley in 2014. At the University of California in Berkeley’s schools of law, Choudhry became the I. Michael Heyman Professor. Among different nations, he is well known as an international lawyer and an experienced professional in comparative law of constitution and politics (http://www.law.nyu.edu/news/choudhry_award).
Sujit Choudhry started the Center for Constitutional Transitions, which creates and utilizes knowledge in assisting of constitution creation. The group helps in gathering and guiding international system of experts to finish thematic investigation projects that provide evidence-established law alternative to practitioners. Up to now, 50 experts have worked in the Center for Constitutional Transitions in over 25 countries. Presently, Choudhry is leading in research projects in three research of global collaborative.
Sujit Choudhry has issued book chapters more than ninety articles, reports and working papers. The books he has published are: in 2006 at Cambridge, the migration of constitutional ideas, in 2008 at Oxford, the Constitutional Design for Divided Societies, in 2016 at Oxford, the Oxford Handbook of the Indian Constitution and 2016 at Edward Elgar the Constitution Making, check works.bepress.com.
Keep up with Choudhry on Crunchbase.