Sujit Choudhry works as a internationally known expert when it comes to comparative constitutional law. In the capacity of a Solicitor and Barrister, Sujit Choudhry continues his career giving advice on subjects such as governance, constitution building and the rule of law for the past 20 years. This also includes time spent sharing this information in Jordan, Nepal, Eqypt, South Africa, Tunisia, Yemen, Sri Lanka and the Ukraine.
Sujit Choudhry lectures have taken him all over the world to roughly 30 countries and more. His area of focus is a list of contexts that include the conditions and ceasefires regarding political violence. His main experience lies with giving needed advice on a technical level to multi-party general dialogues, leading the charge to with stakeholder consultations, being apart of the facilitation of public dialogue meetings that join together civil groups and additional stakeholders. Further, he address and performs advisory when working directly with technical experts, helping and training bureaucrats and civil servants, creating technical reports, memorandums and working with leaders of parties and the parliamentarians.
While working for the Center for Constitutional transitions, which he founded and is the director, he tries to mobilize and create knowledge regarding the needed support to build constitutions through leading and assembling a strong international group of experts. These individuals are producing options regarding policy that is evidence based to give to the researchers who set the agenda and the authorities who are making the decisions. This all is done within a building partnership along side a huge global network.