Sujit Choudhry has been seen to spend a lot of his tome with boots on grounds considering he is a renowned Constitutional law scholar who has edited and written more than fifty works. He started writing in the late 90s due to the changing political scope in South Africa and Eastern Europe provided a polarized and enormous landscape in comparative constitutional law.
During this time, many scholars directed courts to look for guidance from other nations. Other scholars discouraged the engagement and involvement by the courts as the constitution of any country is the embodiment of the nation’s unique identity.
According to Choudhry, he argued that a country can grasp what they want their constitution to be by using others to act as a tool for self-reflection. He defended his thoughts by saying that with the help of comparative materials, individuals are in a position of defining what they require and what they don’t. More on him at Tumblr.com.
Sujit Choundhry was born in Delhi but was raised in Toronto. According to him, his parents, who were Indian immigrants, played a significant role in making him who he is today as when he was small, they have made a home for grooming scholars.
Their parents were strict on their children and had tuned the radio permanently to CBC which was Canada’s version of NPR. The children were also expected to read several newspapers every day, and this made their house all about intellectual stimulation.
His late father was a lecturer in economics at the University of Toronto while his, mother taught nursing. At their home, they had a procession of academic visitors from all walks of life and the children were part of these events which boosted their knowledge and thirst for academics.
Sujit Choudhry was interested in law after a summer internship in bioethics, and this made him join Oxford University as a Rhodes Scholar and in 1994, he earned a degree in Law. Having an education in law, Choudhry has been able to appear before Canada’s Supreme Court three times.
He also had the chance of being part of a three-member sitting of the Governing Toronto Advisory Panel. The panel was responsible for drafting a proposal which led to the restructuring of city government. He is expected to join NYU Law faculty where he will teach Comparative Constitutional Law in the field and classroom. Check this.
Choudhry is a family man as he has two children, a boy and a girl, and a loving wife. He looks forward to raising his kids in a global city and always teaching them the importance of doing the right thing. Connect and read here http://challenge.berkeleylawblogs.org/