Sujit Choudhry Promotes Peace through Comparative Law

June 11th, 2017

For constitutional democracy to be relevant, there must be a constitution, and for the constitution to be complete, there must be an expert who analyses it. That is the relevance of Sujit Choudhry, an internationally recognized lawyer who has perfected the art of constitutional and comparative law.


Sujit Choudhry is an internationally recognized public figure who studies and teaches law. The Professor of Law at the Berkeley School of Law in California specializes in constitutional and comparative law. He combines a broad ranging research agenda with a deep experience from the field. As a legal adviser across Egypt, Libya, South Africa and Nepal among others, he has an extensive in-depth experience to bring the society together. Sujit Choudhry has initiated peace in many states through his understanding of law and the models used to study different cultures and the diversity of backgrounds.


Sujit Choudhry has been on the front lead of constitutional matters. The widely traveled professor of law studied various law disciplines in the three countries he traveled. After grasping what may be termed as sufficient knowledge across different states, Sujit Choudhry understood that most law practitioners had many constitutional questions. He, therefore, founded an organization called Centre for Constitutional Transitions. The aim of this foundation is to find the answered constitutional questions and providing the answers to individuals in authority who practice law.  More to read on

Centre for Constitutional Transitions

Because policy makers have a significant impact on the lives of citizens through policy implementation, Sujit thought that it was vital to provide concrete constitutional answers that would contribute to the implementation of fair policies. Through this organization, many law experts have assembled to complete thematic research projects. These projects have provided evidence-based policies that provide vast options for practitioners. Centre for Constitutional Affairs partners with many global networks across multilateral organizations with the aim of finding concrete constitutional answers.   Listen to Sujit sharing his views on things on his field of interest, click this podcast episode featuring him.

Sujit’s Profile

Sujit was born in India. He then relocated to Canada where he was raised. His multicultural upbringing played a pivotal role in shaping his universal perception of law and constitution. With the support of well educated parents, he was better placed for taking the peace mantle of the world. He is an alumnus of three universities, the Oxford School, Harvard, and Toronto. Sujit is a degree holder of law.  To learn more about Sujit, visit

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