“Territory and Power in Constitutional Transitions includes a collection of 17 case study essays that details certain countries that are undergoing territorial disagreements regarding constitutional engagement in a variety of contexts. This collection is relevant to many current conflicts all over the world, including those that are most well-known.
These case studies were released by George Anderson and Sujit Choudry. They have also released a companion policy paper under the same name that helps provide insight into constitutional design and territorial claims. They provide advice in this paper with hopes that it will be useful to the advisers involved in these conflicting situations.
Sujit Choudry is a Rhodes Scholar and also has law degrees from Oxford, Toronto, and Harvard. This constitutional lawyer is also Founding Director of the Center for Constitutional Transitions, which supports constitution building by starting and leading networks of experts all over the globe to complete evidenced research projects about policy options for practitioners. Professor Choudry is also a member of the United Nations Mediation Roster and has advised on government and constitution building in many countries for a long time.
George Anderson has been a deputy minister for Canada and has also been a CEO of the Forum of Federations. He has consulted all over the globe, including being a member of the Sandby Team of Experts in the United Nations Department of Political Affairs and at the Centre for Democracy and Diversity at Queen’s University and lecturing in over 24 countries.
The original collection of essays is meant be to a realistic view on the policy recommendations involved in these complex territorial and constitutional cleavages. In the conclusion of this volume, the authors use information from the original conclusions of existing research in constitutional transitions and the like. These case studies are something every scholar of federalism, power-sharing, and devolution must read. They have a broad analysis that would be very important to advisers and consultants.
The “Territory and Power in Constitutional Transitions” volume has been on sale on Amazon since May 9th and the companion policy paper can be downloaded at any time.
Find out more here http://constitutionaltransitions.com/director-sujit-choudhry/
Sujit Choudhry; a renowned constitutional lawyer, recently went ahead to debunk the constitutional provisions that surround the replacement of a senator. This came in the wake of the sudden death of Senator John McCain who succumbed to brain cancer. Sujit says as much as it may be important to talk about his legacy, it is equally vital that we look at the constitutional provisions regarding the mechanisms of his replacement.
In his bid to look at the processes relating to the replacement of a senator who resigns, dies or is elected as president, Sujit makes reference to the Seventeenth Amendment. This amendment states that the governor of the state whose senator has died, resigned or elected president ought to appoint an acting senator until a time when an election takes place. However, this amendment is quite flexible and can be applied in several ways.
It would, however, be noted that this provision also works differently based on the states involved. Arizona, for instance, is one of the 36 states that allow the appointed senators to run for the seat in the next general election but can also step down in cases where the appointment was temporary. For the other 14 states, however, a special election has to be called. Notably, 4 states forbid the governor from making an appointment until the next general election is done.
Sujit Choudhry is an internationally recognized law guru who has been involved in the constitutional development of several countries. He holds a law degree from Toronto, Oxford and Havard. He has previously served as a law clerk for the supreme court of Canada’s Chief Justice, Antonio Lamer.
Professor Choudhry’s research focuses on a variety of issues especially in the field of comparative constitutional law and politics. He has mastered constitutional design as a tool that can help manage the transition from the state of violent conflict to a peaceful democratic process.
In the course of his research, Sujit Choudhry has managed to publish well over ninety articles, working papers, book chapters and reports. He currently serves as the director of the Center for Constitutional Transitions that offers evidence-based policy options.
Read more about Choudhry here https://ca.linkedin.com/in/sujit-choudhry
Miami is a unique city with a booming economy. Todd Levine has lived in Miami for his entire life. He is a successful commercial litigator who was a founding partner at a law firm in the city.
Todd is also a real estate investor. He has made excellent investments in Miami over the years, and he plans to continue investing.
What is Commercial Litigation
Commercial litigation is a specific aspect of the legal industry. Building a home or business is a complex process. It is common for legal issues to arise during the construction process. An experienced commercial litigator can help protect companies from financial problems and legal issues.
When Todd Levine attended college, he did not plan on becoming an attorney. Instead, he earned a degree in business. However, he decided to enroll in law school because he wanted to make a high income. After graduating from law school, Todd started working at a small firm in Miami. He worked at the firm for several years, and then he decided to start a legal firm that focused on commercial litigation.
With Todd Levine’s successful career, he receives a substantial income each month. Instead of wasting his money, Todd purchases multiple investment properties each year. He now owns dozens of homes in Miami. Although he does not enjoy dealing with tenants, he does enjoy looking at real estate in the city.
Todd is one of the wealthiest business leaders in Miami. He plans to help people in the local community in the coming years. Although the city of Miami has a strong economy, there is a significant population of people living in poverty. Todd wants to improve the education system in the city. He also wants to improve access to healthcare for thousands of people in Miami.
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Sujit Choudhry, an internationally recognized scholar who currently works for the Center of Constitutional Transitions, operating as the Director, is an expert in comparative constitutional law, and throughout his career, his research has addressed and challenged a multitude of issues regarding the sector (constitutionaltransitions.org).
In his latest work, which is to be released in the upcoming book, “Constitutional Democracies in Crisis?,” Sujit Choudhry focuses on a recent tweet by Eric Holder in which he questions the potential firing of Robert Mueller, White House Special Counsel. According to Eric Holder, if this action were to be executed by President Donald Trump, it would represent the crossing of an absolute red line – one in which the citizens of the United States would be responsible for addressing, check releasefact.com. The former United States Attorney General, who operated during the Obama Administration, went on to state that he believes the American people will react with peaceful protests as the first strike, and that it will be up to these citizens to dictate the future actions of the US government.
In the upcoming chapter, Sujit Choudhry breaks down Eric Holder’s tweet about the end result for Robert Mueller by placing it into two separate categories; one being the red line that Holder asserts will have been crossed, and the other being the American people’s summation as to whether that line has actually been crossed. According to Sujit Choudhry, the underlying concept of Eric Holder’s tweet is formed on the basis of “constitutional self-enforcement,” which he believes does not require a decision in court to make it such, and he also believes, to his surprise, that Holder is fully aware of this, as he never considers or mentions the option of taking a legal approach. Sujit Choudhry also staunchly believes that these red lines described by Eric Holder, are a real representation of a full-scale failure in regards to democracy and its processes. If these red lines are not directly challenged by the American people, Sujit Choudhry believes that it could result in a US President or similar figure, attempting to remain in office for a period exceeding the two-term max allotted.
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Sujit Choudhry has advocated for reforms and democratic constitution in the globe, since the beginning of his career. He is an expert in law and addresses issues based on constitutional law and politics. Sujit has helped many countries maintain peace through democratic talks and advice (http://constitutionaltransitions.org/director/#Choudhry),
Among the major issues that Sujit has helped to address include trans-border municipalities, security, bills of rights, official and national language, group and minority rights, among many others. His advocations for peace in countries in the world has seen him gain a lot of fame, besides merging as the most sought-after advisor by many political leaders around the globe (sujitchoudhry.com).
Besides, his advocations, Sujit Choudhry has also taken part in the publication of a number of texts to guide people on the democratic constitution and their rights as citizens. He has also taken the initiative to shun authoritative leadership in countries and encourages political leaders to focus on the rights of citizens and listen to the issues that they raise concerning leadership.
Sujit has been actively involved in the politics of the United States, with his major focus being on the constitution and its advocations. He recently addressed the issue of conducting a census in the country, which takes place after every twenty years, through which he gave his thoughts concerning the latter. Sujit insists that census in Trumps era might be hard to conduct because many opponents and non-citizens are reluctant to the procedure. He further insists that the constitution laws must be followed and as a result, every individual in the country must be ready to be counted. He believes that the figures gained from census play a major role in the lives of every individual in a country and that they are important because they help the government make a budget of expenditure and to avoid a financial crisis in future.
More of the Professor’s Advocacy
Additionally, Sujit has also addressed issues of presidential terms in the United States. He believes that the terms set for the president to rule in the country are important and vital for the people to experience a change in things that do not make them happy and those that please them. Besides, Sujit also encourages political leaders to pay close attention to the constitution and respect the decisions of their people. Read more about Sujit, check blogs.law.nyu.edu.
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Law is a lucrative career in Brazil. The number of students in university studying law is staggering. In fact there are more law schools in Brazil than USA. It takes one 5 years to get a law degree and another one year to be admitted to the bar. Without being admitted to the bar, one cannot practice law legally. Upon graduation and ascension to the bar, one can practice law or choose to be a magistrate or arbiter. Ricardo Tosto de Oliveira Carvalho chose to open a law firm.
Court System in Brazil
In order to dispense legal matters well and expeditiously, Brazil is divided into judicial districts. These judicial districts are further subdivided into municipalities. The ‘judicial district trial courts’ are presided over by a judge. In both ‘civil and criminal cases’ the judge makes decisions without the aid of a jury. The jury comes in when it’s a murder trial. These are all first instance courts and therefore appealing the decisions made here can be done in courts of second instance.
Ricardo Tosto de Oliveira Carvalho practices commercial and business law. His practice is also engaged in credit restructuring, business crime and debt cases. Although his is an inclination to cases in the business world, he is also a seasoned civil and electoral litigator. Being LeiteTosto e Barros Advogados lead partner, Ricardo Tosto de Oliveira Carvalho handles the major political cases.
Ricardo Tosto de Oliveira Carvalho has worked in human resources as well as legal management for GrupoRede. He was the group’s advisor in these matters. At OAB/SP, Ricardo served as president of a judicial reform committee. The committee’s mandate also included modernization of the judiciary. Ricardo is an International Bar Association (IBM) member. Ricardo Tosto de Oliveira Carvalho also has an ‘Institute for Management Development (IMD) membership. He is also a ‘center for lawyer societies’ (CESA) member. At the ‘Institute for Election Law and Political Party Studies (IBEDEP) he enjoys membership as a founder.
Comparative law, in other words, can be translated into being an in-depth comparison of legal systems in different countries. Through this, we get both the similarities and differences in specific countries. Over the years it has been useful to bring an understanding of diverse cultures and their operations. It studies different legal systems of the various countries.
One internationally known figure for the comparative law is Sujit Choudhry who is currently a Law Professor at Berkeley –School of Law at University of California. He deals with politics and constitutional law. He is a visionary man, and one of his greatest achievements is having written over 90 articles and reports. Professor Choudhry was born in the year 1970.
Sujit Choudhry attended Oxford University where he attained a Bachelor of Arts in Law. Further on, he went to the University of Toronto and did a Bachelor of Law. He then proceeded to do his Masters of Law at Harvard Law School. His education clearly shows his qualification as an expert in Law-related issues.
He has had vast experience over the years with his commencement being a law clerk at the Supreme Court of Canada. He started his lecturing after that where he was the Assistant Professor of Law at the University of Toronto. He then advanced to being the Associate Professor of Law at the same University for six years. More to that, he became the Cecelia Goetz Professor of Law at New York University. After that, he became a Professor of Law at California University where he is up to date.
Center for Constitutional Transitions
2012 was a crucial year for him because that is when he founded the Center for Constitutional Transitions which runs up to date. This center’s aims to source information regarding constitution building where it brings together professionals from all over. The experts come up with a fact-based research that helps in decision making. See indiawest.com for additional reading.
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Professor Sujit has been closely related to the United Nations. He has constantly been an advisor to the World Bank Institute. He says that one way he makes sure he is current with information in his expertise is by reading online articles. It is a sure way of being on par with the evolving issues around the globe. More of Sujit on sujitchoudhry.com.
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