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It’s true the comparative law is not a new thing in the ears of many people but, finding a specialist in this legal field is not an easy thing. Most people believe the comparative law is hard and that’s why they don’t pursue it. Comparative law explores the similarities and differences various legal systems have. Comparative law experts such as Sujit Choudhry are keen to analyze the civil law and common law systems of various countries. According to Sujit, the comparative law compares the law aspects, particular rules, and legal systems that operate in multiple jurisdictions as posted on medium.com. Some of the legal systems that the comparative law compares include civil Islamic, Jewish, Hindu, and Canon laws.
People like Sujit study comparative law to unify the larger and smaller legal systems, get deeper law knowledge and understanding, and make the current legal regimes perfect. Sujit says the comparative law should help someone to describe the knowledge scope, understand the concept, describe compiled data, identify similarities and differences, and confirm the theory. Although many people know Sujit Choudhry as a constitutional lawyers, he is also a lecturer and author. He currently resides in Canada although he is a New Delhi native. He is among the privileged people the world has today since he has been to some of the best universities in the world.
Sujit has been to the Havard law school, Toronto University, Oxford University, and McGill University, see (Releasefact.com). He is experienced and knowledgeable on the constitutional and comparative law. For this reason, most countries with constitutional issues look for him to resolve them. Sujit says constitutional laws change from time to time and they differ with countries. Most of the people who read his published papers, articles, working reports, and book chapters understand this.
He has served in different places such as at UC Berkeley Law School as a dean. Sujit Choudhry also taught at the Law School of New York University as an experienced Professor, check (Linkedin.com). Sujit has also been a law clerk at the Canada Supreme Court. The Toronto University is one of the universities he has worked in as an associate professor and a lecturer. Besides receiving the Rhodes scholarship, Sujit Choudhry also received Trudeau Foundation Fellowship award in 2010. His passion for legal reforms helped him to come up with a university-based platform known as Center for Constitutional Transitions. Go to http://blogs.law.nyu.edu/magazine/2011/introducing-sujit-choudhry/ for more details.