Constitutional Law Expert

Professor Choudhry has a vast experience in comparative constitutional law. He has exhibited brilliance and exemplary footmarks as the director of constitutional transitions. He attained degrees in law from the universities of Toronto, Harvard, and the Oxford.



Previously, Professor Choudhry served as a clerk to Justice Antonio Lamer in the Supreme Court of Canada. Later on, he served as Cecilia Goetz Professor of Law at New York University. He served as the Scholl Chair in The University of Toronto.

He seats in the committee of International Society of Public Law. In the International Journal of Constitutional Law, he serves as a scientific advisory board. Professor Sujit Choudhry is also a member of the international advisory board of the Institute for Integrated Transitions.

The Law genius is an instrumental member of the advisory board in the Cambridge studies for constitutional law. Besides the many international bodies Professor Sujit Choudhry seats, he is the founder of the Center for Constitutional Transitions.



Professor Choudhry is a worldwide figure that has been to over 20 countries giving talks on matters constitution. He has been to Africa, Asia, The Middle East, and Europe. The countries he has offered the invaluable service include Egypt, Sri Lanka, Libya, Ukraine, Tunisia, etc, read (

The books that he has written are more than you can imagine. He has a whole library of 90 books including Constitutional Making (Edward Elgar 2010), The Oxford Handbook of the Indian Constitution (Oxford 2016), Migration Of Constitutional Ideas (2006), etc, know more on (

Not only are his books a point of references in the most universities in the world, but also the creation of working papers, and reports.


Choudhry Speaks On Catalonia and Spain’s Crisis

When the leadership of Spain turned to brutality in order to suppress the will of the Catalonians to secede from Spain, Professor Sujit Choudhry co-authored a letter to the president of Catalonia, Puigdemont to express commitment to the course of secession through a referendum.

In his expertise, it is only the referendum that will demonstrate the will of Catalonia since the constitution of Spain does not embed secession. Throughout his life, The Professor of law has dedicated his life to the constitutional transition, visit