Sujit Choudhry looks at constitutional design with the perspective of transitioning from being an authoritarian ruled state to being a democratically ruled one. His other researches include constitution building along with the oversight of security sector. He has a list of basic questions that deal with the studying of comparative constitutional law. There is a lot of written work from him that is related to the Canadian constitutional law, try clicking this for related post.
Sujit Choudhry is the founder of the Center for Constitutional Transitions. This organization is responsible for generating as well as mobilizing knowledge to support in the constitution building process. This is managed by getting together leading international experts who are able to provide policy options that are based on evidence. These can be used by decision-makers and for the setting of agenda for research. This organization is partnering with multilateral organizations globally, along with think tanks, as well as NGOs.
The Center for Constitutional Transitions is working with more than 50 experts belonging to over 25 countries. Sujit Choudhry is partnering with the International Institute for Democracy and Electoral Assistance in order to co-lead three collaborative research projects globally. Check this on constitutionaltransitions.org. These include Dealing with Territorial Cleavages in Constitutional Transitions, along with Security Sector Reform and Constitutional Transitions in Emerging Democracies, as well as Security Sector Oversight: Protecting Democratic Consolidation from Authoritarian Backsliding and Partisan Abuse. Their policy outputs will be published after meticulous research, in 2017.
Professor Sujit Choudhry is also a member of the United Nations Mediation Roster. Based on blogs.law.nyu.edu, he is also serving as a consultant to the World Bank Institute. This is at the World Bank. He is also serving the United Nations Development Program.
He is deeply rooted in his work, follow him on twitter.com . He always likes to talk and understand the people on the ground. This is because they know exactly what is happening, and what they need. He has been working in the capacity of a constitutional advisor since long. This is for a number of emerging democracies all across the world. In this position, Professor Sujit Choudhry has been writing new constitutions as well as getting involved in the amending of the existing ones. More of his writings on his linkedin.com page.