Comparative law, unbeknownst to many, is an expertise field that few study and even less graduate in. It is for the very few special and gifted people out there in search of a genuine pursuit and lifelong study. Meet Sujit Choudhry, internationally recognized authority on comparative constitutional law. Like those in his field, he is both unique and hard-working, accepting no less than the very best. The field itself cannot afford any less, and as someone who has actually succeeded in it, his actions speak for themselves. Hit this related link for more details.
“Dean Sujit Choudhry is a member of the United Nations Mediation Roster, has been a consultant to the World Bank Institute at the World Bank, has worked as a foreign constitutional expert in… (http://constitutionaltransitions.org/director-sujit-choudhry/, pg. 1)
Today’s global system of legality dries a very fine line. Do not cross it, or you may very well find yourself at the mercy of the courts and the overall justice system. In a world in which black and white are more than often confused and intertwined, it is more essential now than ever for there to be leaders and future generations who both study and have a genuine passion for making the world a better place. Not only must these needs be met and cries for justice answered in the realm of law, but in all other related legal aspects as well. Who will stand up and plead for the cause, defending the orphan and the widow?
Who will balance the scales of justice and once again prove that the system is not, in fact, at fault or lacking in a true sense of justice? Who will answer the call? Will it not be the future generations who pursue the more rigorous and difficult, weighty matters of justice and the law? Will it not, in turn, be they who devote themselves to comparative law as one such branch of needed laborers in the field? Refer also to constitutional.com
Those who seek to do so may well end up running the courts, the justice systems and one day the great aspects of the world as Mr. Choudhry has well done many a time as of yet. .