Sujit Choudhry Supports Constitutional Change

Recently, Sujit Choudhry sat down for an interview to discuss his outlook on constitutional comparative law. During the interview Choudhry said that he supports change in constitutional law in order to preserve democracies worldwide. He believes that with frequent changes to the constitution, democratic nations can maintain a fair and just legal system. Over the years, Choudhry has studied the legal systems of multiple nations and has come to the conclusion that changes to the constitutional law need to be made in order to ensure that there is not only a fair society but also where the balance of power is checked.

Sujit Choudhry has had a long career as an expert in law. He has spent a majority of his career as a scholar and educator, check this on works.bepress.com.   During this time, he frequently studied comparative law in order to learn more about how the legal system works in various countries. When he first began his career, Choudhry worked for the Canadian Supreme Court. As someone working for the court, he would assist the head of this court. As a result, Sujit would gain a substantial knowledge of the Canadian legal system and how its constitution was structured. He would provide interpretations and advice on how the constitution works as well as what changes can be made in order to improve it. This experience would propel Choudhry to begin a career as a legal educator.  More on law.nyu.edu.

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After working for the Canadian Supreme Court, Choudhry would then move on to become an associate professor at the University of Toronto. During this stint, he would teach constitutional law to students who were interested in becoming future lawyers. Within a few years, he would become the assistant dean of the law school as well.While he experienced a lot of success in Canada, Choudhry wanted to continue his legal career and move to the United States. When he arrived in the United States, based on ideamensch.com, he got a teaching position at the University of California Berkeley School of Law.

Like his experience in Canada, Sujit Choudhry was a professor and became the dean of the law school. Choudhry would also get involved in providing guidance to foreign leaders who were looking to make changes to their nation’s constitution.   Follow him at facebook.com.

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