Being the director of the Center for Constitutional Transitions, Sujit Choudhry is a man who focuses on implementing changes in constitutions. The Center for Constitutional Transitions does this by having different gurus analyze a constitution and give solid proof as to why changes must be implemented. Once this is done, it is forwarded to the affected parties who will then approve or disapprove implementation of the suggested changes.  More reading on

Professor Sujit Choudhry holds three law degrees from three different universities which are; Oxford, Toronto, and Harvard. He explained that the reason for this was because his parents moved a lot from one place to another when he was growing up. Choudhry is universally known as one of the best in constitutional law.  To know him more, hop over to this.

Sujit was recently interviewed concerning his stand on constitutional change and what made him come up with the idea of setting up a company that roots for this. He explained that he saw the need for constitutional change because most constitutions either had content that was no longer of value or content that did not have much detail and that is where The Centre for Constitutional Transitions was founded to right these wrongs. As of now, the Centre has been successful enough to work with more than 25 countries worldwide.

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Professor Choudhry also explained that before setting up the organization, he had been solely working with different countries around the world concerning similar issues that his organization addresses. Check how he tackled questions on issues hurled at him in this article on

He, therefore, has the relevant experience to lead the firm excellently. He went on to further explain that were it not for listening to peoples’ diverse opinions, he would not be as successful as he is today. According to Sujit, to succeed, he had to listen to people so that he could greatly understand what it is that they needed.  For added reference check

Currently, the Centre for Constitutional Transitions is working on three research projects that the professor is spearheading.

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