Sujit Choudhry is one of the most renowned and honored professors in the field of law. His unparalleled experience in this field has enabled him to inspire people all across the world. Being the former dean at University of California, Cecelia Goetz teacher of Law at New York University, and a law clerk of the chief justice in the supreme court Canada, his profound knowledge has enabled him to do extensive researches, write multiple articles and work on the constitutions of many countries such Jordan, Egypt, Sri Lanka, Ukraine, and many others. Some of his of books such: Integration or Accommodation? (Oxford, 2008), The Oxford Handbook of the Indian Constitution (Oxford, 2016) is currently used by Law students all across the world. He is a graduate of Oxford, Howard, and Toronto and has also worked with many international organizations and has been a consultant to United Nations Development and World Bank. As a founding director of Constitutional’s Transitions founding a director and partnering with organizations such as think tank and multilateral universities, he is truly an inspiration. Here are some information and tips to learn from Professor Chaudhry.
Always so something that inspires you
When asked what keeps him motivated to work he replied that while working on a number of constitutions around the world, I have realized there is a need to keep our constitution up to date and add more effective policies and this is what The Center for Constitutional Transitions aims to do.
Spend your time wisely
His day starts with reading about the current issues, latest researches and various new constitutions that are being made and amended all across the world. He also takes out some hours every day to write about everything that he wants to share.
Communicate with the people you are working with
His work is inspired by the practical and real-life examples while keeping the policy partners in the loop of everything that the does. He believes that having an entrepreneurial mindset as well as effective coordination and communication is the key to doing the job in the best way possible.