Comparative law has become a popular field of legal studies. As professionals seek to expand their awareness on the regulations governing different jurisdictions, they undertake studies in comparative law. The field entails the comparisons that exist in the laws of different countries and how the constitutive aspects can be combined into a single system. In order to understand the laws of different states, various fields have been developed including comparative administrative law, civil, criminal, and commercial law. Legal professionals have upheld comparative law for providing a platform for understanding the system in a wider perspective and its contribution to the unification of the laws in different countries. In addition, international bodies have found the comparative law to be imperative when analyzing the treaty obligations of the member countries. More of this on icon.oxfordjournals.org.
Professionals with a deep understanding of the comparative law have become critical inputs in analyzing international situations. Sujit Choudhry is among the globally recognized scholars in the field. He is a professor at the University Of California School Of Law. Besides, Sujit Choudhry is one of the distinguished constitutional law and politics expert who have exploited his in-depth research in providing advice to the constitutional building process. He has been an indispensable stakeholder in the constitutional process in Libya, Sri Lanka, Tunisia, Egypt, and Jordan among other countries. More of this on constitutionaltransitions.org.
Sujit Choudhry’s research has been used to address various issues in comparative law such as designing tools to address transitions, preventing conflicts, promoting democratic politics, managing decentralization, and federalism. Some countries have also used his ideas and findings when drafting language policies, human right bills, and protecting the liberties of the minorities. The malleability of his research in the different aspects of the constitution in different jurisdiction makes him an authority in comparative law. Know Choudhry better, follow his linkedin.com page.
Sujit Choudhry has also published several articles, book chapters, and reports. The widely read and reviewed works include The Migration of Constitutional Ideas and The Oxford Handbook of the Indian Constitution. He is also a member of the Executive Committee of the International Society of Public Law, Institute for Integrated Transitions, the Scientific Advisory Board of the International Journal of Constitutional Law and he is also a member of the Cambridge Studies in Constitutional Law, check this on blogs.kaw.nyu.edu. Finally, the United Nations and the World Bank have listed him as a critical consultant in internal legal matters.