Law terms can sometimes be confusing the same thing. Comparative law is the comparison of different legal systems. The comparison of legal systems has been known to produce a positive outcome by analyzing various legal cultures. Comparative law has another advantage in that it brings a better understanding of the legal system of other nations in the world. The law is a major unifying and harmonizing factor of the world, leading to International Corporation as well as promoting public order to the world. Law legislators use the comparative law to compose new constitutions, and most of the nations in the world use laws from abroad in their courts. Comparative law is not on y significant to the law students but to the world as well. Related articles on constitutionaltransitions.org.
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Comparative law is offered to law students who are pursuing a degree in law. The study is available in foreign law, international law, and comparative law departments in law schools. Law schools are very selective and strict when they are admitting comparative law students. A student must have gone through their Bachelor’s degree, and taken and passed the law school admission test. Comparative law students must first take related courses as part of their Juris Doctor program which has 84 credits of law course works.
Sujit Choudhry is a globally recognized attorney. Sujit is an expert in comparative and a professor of law. Professor Sujit is internationally renowned for his broad range of research and combination of his vast experience in the construction of the constitution of several nations. Some of the countries, based on about.me, that Sujit Choudhry has assisted in making their law include South Africa, Ukraine, Nepal, Egypt, Libya, Jordan, Tunisia, and Sri Lanka. Follow Choudhry on linkedin.com.
Professor Sujit Choudhry was born in 1970 in New Dehli. After his High School graduation, he proceeded to join McGill University where he studied biology, then went to the University of Oxford for her B.A in Law, and he then graduated with an LLB from the University of Toronto. Sujit began his career as a Law clerk to the Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of Canada Antonio Lamer. In 1999 he was elected by the University of Toronto to be an assistant professor. He is the founder and the Director of Center for the Constitutional transition. Sujit Choudhry is also serves as a member of the Toronto advisory panel. More on crunchbase.com.