Sujit Choudhry is known around the world as a renowned politics and constitutional affairs speaker and professor. He has worked in the legal field for more than 20 years, and during this time he founded the Center for Constitutional Affairs which he is also its current Director. Sujit is today among the top authority figures when it comes to constitutional law and politics globally. He has been to 30 countries to offer his expert opinion on political and constitutional affairs as a speaker. This celebrated lecturer has also worked as a constitutional advisor in Ukraine, Libya, Tunisia, Egypt, and Nepal. Through his career, Sujit Choudhry has dealt with issues of political violence and ceasefires and has held meetings with government organizations, tech companies, and key political figures.
A bright child and brilliant student
This high-achieving lecturer was born in India, but later his parents moved to Canada in search of greener pastures where he grew up. His father worked as a lecturer at the University of Toronto while his mother was a nursing teacher. They both encouraged Sujit Choudhry to nature his intellectual skills and exposed him to numerous newspapers for him to read. He developed an interest in law while interning at a bioethics center one summer and decided to go for it. This constitutional affairs speaker joined Oxford University for his law degree and graduated in 1994. He did not stop there; he went on to graduate with another law degree from the University of Toronto in 1996 and later earned his graduate law degree in 1998 from Harvard Law School. After his graduation, Sujit Choudhry went on to begin his prosperous career.
The Catalonia secession
The Catalonia secession subject has been one of the most defining moments in Sujit Choudhry’s career. The open letters that were written by him and other constitutional law experts to by the subject helped the Spanish government and the people of Catalonia to solve their issues amicably. They provided guidance that helped both parties in this entanglement settle their problem peacefully through a referendum. Sujit regards this as one of his biggest career achievements.
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