Globalization affects how nations interact with each other. It has brought about trade relations, technology sharing, educational partnerships, investment partnerships, and cultural diversity.
This is because people are more mobile nowadays, and they move from one country to another in search of jobs, entertainment, and other prospects. This has plenty of benefits, but it also has brought about some strife between nations. The globalization effect leads to job loss, economic losses caused by increased competition, and degradation of culture. This could easily bring strife among nations.
Sujit Choudhry is an expert on comparative law. This is a branch of legal studies, which is concerned with studying areas of congruence and disharmony between the laws of two or more countries. As an expert on comparative law, he translates and analyzes the laws of other countries to understand how they are interpreted and how they could affect relations between nations. Understanding these laws has a tremendous effect on unifying legal systems between nations. Choudhry is internationally recognized for his efforts on building constitutions and unifying legal systems.
He has participated in the formation of constitutions for countries in Africa, Europe, and the Middle East. The professor has spoken in more than 12 countries on the significance of comparative law studies and unification of legal systems among other issues.
He is recognized as an advisor on legal matters because of his profound knowledge on the subject. Sujit Choudhry is also accredited to initiating research on a wide variety of areas related to the law.
In his over 20 years as a constitutional advisor, the Professor has gained invaluable experience working with political stakeholders, facilitating dialogue between governing bodies and civil society groups, advising technical teams, training government officials and staff, holding discussions with political leaders, and writing reports on his constitutional fieldwork.