Sujit Choudhry founded The Center of Constitutional Transactions. The organization works to generate and mobilize knowledge that will assist in the in the building of the constitution. It achieves this by bringing together and leading the international networks of professionals. The institution works with more than 50 experts. These professionals come from more than 25 nations. Sujit had been working as an advisor in the constitution for the democracies across the world. However, there has been a lack of enough research to make the constitutional advice efficient. He formed the organization so as to fill that gap. Currently, he is co-leading in several collaborative projects on research.
Sujit Choudhry is a professor at the University of California, teaching Law. He also serves as the dean of the Berkeley School of Law. He has served at the New York University as the Professor of Law for Cecelia Goetz. More on indiawest.com. At the Toronto University, he is the Scholl Chair. The United Nations Mediation Roster has him as a member. He is also a consultant to the World Bank Institute for the United Nations Development Program and the World Bank.
Sujit Choudhry has been able to publish more than ninety book chapters, articles, reports, and working papers. Some articles that he has written are; The Migration of Constitutional Ideas. The Oxford Handbook of the Indian Constitution, Constitution Making, Constitutional Design for Divided Societies. In addition to this, he is also an Executive Committee member of the International Society of Public Law. He serves on the Board of Editorial at the Constitutional Court Review. The Cambridge Studies in the Constitutional Law has him on the Editorial Advisory Board.
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Sujit Choudhry has been recognized several times and has had several awards. Check this on law.nyu.edu. He used to be a Rhodes Scholar. The Canada Council for Social Sciences and Humanities Research gave him the William E. Taylor Memorial Fellowship. He was also able to get a Frank Knox Memorial Fellowship at the University of Harvard. He was able to acquire the Trudeau Foundation Fellowship in the year 2010. He got this for his work in the post-conflict work on constitutional law. In the year 2011, the Toronto South Asian Bar Association gave him the award for the Practitioner of the Year. check this on blogs.law.nyu.edu.
Be sure to read this article written by Sujit on http://www.activistpost.com/2017/06/hate-speech-vs-free-speech-critical-analysis-constitutional-law-expert-sujit-choudhry.html