Sujit Choudry Collaborates on Constitutional Transitional Manual

Sujit Choudry has recently added a new item to his long resume of accomplishments. He has collaborated with fellow legal scholar George Anderson on a new volume entitled “Territory and Power in Constitutional Transitions.”

The volume has already been hailed as a major work on the subject. Although the work is bound to prove controversial in some quarters, the scholarship and exegetical prowess that Sujit Choudry and his collaborator have shown is beyond reproach.

The book is especially relevant in the modern political climate of constitutional crisis and regime change. Nations such as Chad, Libya, Myanmar, Yemen, and others have proven themselves to be highly vulnerable on both counts.

Sujit Choudry and George Anderson have attempted to explain within the space of a single volume the various constitutional crises that can lead to a major conflict. In such nations, territory is often secondary to political or tribal affiliation.

The book will prove to be excellent reading for people who are interested in the breakdown of these nations along such line. It provides a careful and highly detailed exploration of how constitutional law can heal such factional divisions.

Sujit Choudry has received high praise from experts in the field. His latest volume is another milestone in a career that is already one of the most illustrious in Canadian legal history.

Sujit Choudry has long been a renowned expert on Canadian law and Constitutional issues. During his days as a student of law, he earned degrees from the Universities of Oxford, Toronto, and Harvard. He then served in the capacity of Law Clerk to Chief Justice Antonio Lamer of the Supreme Court of Canada.

Sujit Choudry was called to the Bar of Ontario in 2001. He spent nearly two decades in the position of constitutional law scholar. In this capacity, he served fruitful terms at the Universities of Toronto, NYU, and UC Berkeley.

As a recognized expert on Canadian law and its Constitution, Sujit Choudry is in a unique position to educate both legal scholars and interested layman. His latest editing project will go a long way toward achieving this noble end.

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