Sujit Choudhry and George Anderson recently co-authored a collection of policies in an attempt to settle territorial disagreements in countries such as Sri Lanka and Spain. The policies draw from conclusions and analysis of 17 case studies. They are mostly for practitioners and advisors as well as scholars of fields such as federalism and devolution.
Choudhry and Anderson reported that they also authored a companion policy that has detailed insights explaining the connection between such disagreements and constitutional designing. The main purpose of that is to offer useful advice to those involved in constructional designing.
George Anderson has served as a deputy minister for the Canadian government. He is also a former CEO of the Forum of Federations. He is a member of the Sandby Team of Experts for the U.N. Department of political affairs. He is considered to be a global expert.
Sujit Choudhry is a founder and director of the Center for Constitutional Transactions. He is globally recognized as a renowned constitutional lawyer and scholar. He has been advised in constitutional designing around the globe for decades.
More than constitutional designing, Choudhry has been involved in a wide variety of political building such as ceasefires, training civil servants as well as bureaucrats, and engaging parliamentarians and political leaders. Like Anderson, Choudhry is a leading expert in Canadian Constitution and has written extensive comparisons on their Charter of Rights and Freedoms. His work has been approved many times throughout Canadian courts. Beyond the federal level, Choudhry has also provided advice to complex policy issues to royal commissions, private corporations, and public sectors.
Choudhry has won several awards, including the South Asian Bar of Toronto’s Practitioner of the Year in 2011.
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