Well known legal expert Sujit Choudhry recently sat down to talk about constitutional law in an interview. During this interview, Sujit would discuss his outlook towards the need for changes in constitutional law. When he spoke at his interview, he said that making changes to a constitution is very beneficial because it can help nations govern more easily. Changes in the constitution allow countries to address certain legal and social issues, maintain an equitable legal system that is fair and also make sure that governments do not exercise too much power. During his career, Sujit Choudhry has researched and provided insight to many people about the value of comparative constitutional law. More of this insight here.
Sujit has had a very long and successful career in the legal field. During his career, he has worked in both government and the educational sectors. At the very beginning of his career, he worked in government as an assistant to the head of Canada’s Supreme Court. At this position, he would routinely evaluate the constitution and make interpretations for the people in charge of the court. His insight proved very valuable as he helped Canada maintain a fair and just legal system for many years. Sujit’s recommendations also helped the Canadian government more easily address legal issues as well, see indiawest.com/news. His next career opportunity would be in education where he was a professor at the law school at the University of Toronto. He would teach constitutional law and also become the assistant dean as well. Related article on Law.nyu.edu.
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Sujit Choudhry would continue his legal career in the educational sector when he moved to the United States. When he moved to the U.S. he would teach constitutional law at the University of California Berkeley. He would continue to provide valuable insight to aspiring lawyers by teaching this important aspect of the legal field. More of this insight here. Within a year, Choudhry would be named the dean of the law school which allowed him to assume an important leadership position at the school. After his stint at the University of California Berkeley, he would move on to provide guidance to foreign leaders in terms of changing their constitutional law.
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