A government is a collection of functions and departments, each with a distinct role to play. All the sections and functions that are to be performed by the distinct parts of a government are clearly spelt out in constitution. A constitution offers sets of laws that define actions and methods of dealing with different problems. It states the powers of different offices, functions and sections of the government and also describes the relationship between departments and parts of a government. Basically, it is the script that runs the whole government to ensure all actions are in line with the rules put in place.
To develop all the laws that make up a constitution is a process that may need a lot of time. In some countries, it can take as much as 10 years to complete the development of a constitution meant to replace an old version. All this time experts come up with new laws and test the effectiveness of these laws before they are integrated into the constitution. All the laws that are drafted are supposed to offer solutions to the problems the people want resolved.
At this point, engaging comparative law becomes necessary since this is an area that allows the experts to get support from other regions. Comparative law is the research, study and comparison of laws used in different jurisdictions. It is a vital field that is applicable during constitutional development and professionals like Sujit Choudhry have been in the business of developing new laws for different nations. Many of these laws should capture the needs of the people while also offering easy access to vital services.
Sujit Choudhry can be ranked among the most experienced professionals in law because of his great profile, see his profile in Facebook. He began building his career more than three decades ago and in the entire period he worked on constitutional development and related laws. At Berkeley Law, Suji worked as dean and professor of law, he was mainly concerned about the development of structures in constitutional development methods and his support for comparative law went a long way to building the field further.
Due to his experience and capabilities, Sujit Choudhry was invited during the development of constitutions for several countries, which include South Africa, Tunisia, Ukraine, Sri Lanka, Egypt, Nepal, Jordan and Libya. He has built his successful career working with different agencies and offering solutions to complex problems.