The world entails a number of legends whose actions and desire to change the world are highly valued and treasured deep into our hearts. Some have moved the world by acting as pioneers by providing insights to us on how we should change our way of doing things. They strongly believe that change is inevitable and there has to be a change of progress to be achieved. Sujit Choudhry is walking in his road to legacy by providing insights on comparative constitutional law and comparative constitutional development globally. He is recognized by the world for directing competence and introducing constitutional transitions to the best university that teaches and rallies round constitutional building.
Professor Sujit Choudhry has used constitutional design as a medium to manage conflicts by bringing democracy on board in countries that suffer ethnic divide. His comprehensive and authentic articles and books that entail constitutional design with an aim of transforming readers from being authoritarian to a democratic rule include Constitutional Design for Divide Societies: Integration or Accommodation (Oxford,2008) and The Migration of Constitution.
Sujit Choudhry works as a consultant at World Bank and United nations development program. His passion and competence in constitutional transitions are evident by being the director of Center for Constitutional Transitions that aids in dispersing knowledge on constitution building to top leading global networks with an aim of providing awareness on policy options to the auctioneers.
Comparative law involves comparing and contrasting laws in different countries. It entails having knowledge on the differences between legal that exist globally such as common law, civil law, socialist law, Islamic law, Hindu law and Jewish law. It also analyses and describes legal systems where there are no obvious comparisons that have commenced. Its purpose has been embraced globally in this era of democracy, internationalism, and economic globalization by aiding in understanding legal systems impacts, shaping legal systems to perfection and unifying legal systems regardless of their small scale or large scale. Source: investing.com.
Some several disciplines such as administrative law civil law, commercial and criminal law have emerged from comparative law their studies have termed them as micro and macro legal systems. This shows that we can compare two countries by bringing their broad studies on board.
The Comparative law provides a platform where we understand how rules can function as different legal systems as accordance with other societies and how alterations and comparisons can be explained by the legal rule.
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