About Sujit Choudhry
Sujit Choudhry is an internationally recognized authority on comparative constitutional law and comparative constitutional development. His work addresses basic methodological questions in comparative constitutional law. He has also written on constitutional design as a tool to manage the transition from violent conflict to peaceful democratic politics, especially in ethnically divided societies, and is currently studying constitutional design in the context of transitions from authoritarian to democratic rule.
Living Originalism in India? ‘Our Law’ and Comparative Constitutional Law
Yale Journal of Law & Humanities (2013)
Although Jack Balkin’s Living Originalism is about American constitutional practice, it raises two sets of interesting questions for scholars of comparative constitutional ...
The Impact of Regionally Differentiated Entitlement to EI on Charter-Protected ...
Mowat Centre Employment Insurance Task Force (2011)
Under Canada’s Employment Insurance (EI) program, access to unemployment benefits varies according to the regional unemployment rate. Previous studies have ...