Sujit Choudhry spends most of the time writing about law and politics. Sujit’s publication includes reports, journals, book chapters, and more than one hundred articles. However, although he spends a lot of time writing, he always gets time to go to the field. For over twenty years, Sujit Choudhry has worked as a constitutional adviser and offering motivational speech in more than twelve countries worldwide. South Africa, Jordan, Egypt, and Libya are beneficiaries of Sujit’s work in constitution building. Sujit Choudhry oversaw the constitutional process as the Director of the Centre for Constitutional Transitions a position he still holds. Recently, Sujit Choudhry and other world recognized legal experts participated in round-table meetings in Kiev. The sessions also involved Ukranian government and the agendas were the constitutional challenges and scrutinizing semi-presidential system in Ukraine, source (Twitter.com).
In the 90’s Sujit Choudhry researched socials sciences, health topics, and hospital policies. After nine years, Sujit Choudhry diversified his research to political ideologies and offering guidance to ways of formatting principles to rule a country in times of political crisis. In one of his first assignments in the constitutional researches, he used other countries’ constitutions as his template of self-assessment. He used them to make a case through making a comparison of societies and defining the practice as compulsory in determining what to include or exclude in the constitution. He opened a center of teaching Comparative Constitutional Law and sent his colleagues students to help countries, which had suffered a constitutional crisis, read (Law.nyu.edu).
Sujit Choudhry went to Sri Lanka in 2013 together with other constitutional professionally to review the country’s national conflict. In 2007 and 2010, Sujit supported talks to change Nepal’s judicial system. His participation in public policy went on in North Africa and the Middle East in 2010, based on facebook.coms. The countries in these regions suffered a wave of revolutionary actions including demonstrations, coups, riots, foreign interventions, civil wars, and protests. Many old regimes in these countries either stepped aside or were overthrown through these activities. The end of the revolution in these countries resulted in the formation of young democracies after the toppling of the old regimes. Other countries like Syria, Libya, and Iraq continue suffering through prolonged civil conflicts of the struggle for power, view https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCKLFd6DxqzfF1AlWuyXnI1w.