Internationally recognized professor Sujit Choudhry teaches at the University of California at Berkeley as a law professor. Additionally, Choudhry is the founder and director of the Center for Constitutional Transitions and has traveled across the world doing lectures in countries like South Africa, Yemen, Egypt, Ukraine, and Libya just to name a few.
As a member of the Center for Constitutional Transitions, Sujit and his team have worked with various experts in over 25 countries around the world. With someone as culturally versed as him, he came to the conclusion that there are ultimately many issues around the world that are incomplete or nonexistent in the constitutions that definitely need to be addressed. Being a constitutional advisor, law professor and helping to diminish the gap between democracies worldwide, Sujit Choudhry has the experience needed to lead this team to correcting these constitutional issues that negatively affect the world (works.bepress.com).
Additionally, he has degrees from three different countries to include one from Harvard, one from Oxford, and one from Toronto, which further validates him as someone that is well educated on the issues that he is fighting for (blogs.law.nyu.edu). Being well-versed in constitutional law, how people work, and the world, it makes him a great candidate for these type of issues. With this in mind, Sujit often finds himself looking at countries like the United States and suggest that they learn from other countries to avoid some of their known failures and gain some of their greatest successes.
One of his main focuses and goals is to bring together and organize critical constitutional case laws from around the globe in various languages so that everyone is on the same page. This ultimately would bring experts together and create a clear picture of world constitutions. Considering all of the unaddressed critical issues and incompleteness, Choudhry makes it clear that this is an important and innovative system that will change the way the world works. With Professor Choudhry and the Center for Constitutional Transitions working with over 50 experts, it would seem that they are well on their way to creating his overall vision for the betterment of society as a whole.