It is rightly said that the world has become an oyster these due to the rapid globalization that is taking place. The concept of global citizens has become a standard affair. Different countries are partnering up and working together on many different fronts, whether it is economic, social, cultural, criminal information exchange, and more. To facilitate such transfer and flourish the partnerships across the countries in the world, there needs to be an in-depth understanding of the legal systems of different countries. It is a comparative law that studies this aspect and bridges the gap that completes the understanding of differences and similarities among the jurisdictions of various countries.
Comparative law examines different legislation that exists in the world, which is Socialist law, Cannon Law, Civil Law, Islamic Law, Chinese Law, Hindu Law, and Jewish Law. The comparative law helps in smooth transitioning of the regime from authoritarian to peaceful democracy and has played a vital role in designing the constitutional framework for the countries going through turbulent times. The legal systems of different countries are based on similar fundamental concepts per se, but there are amendments that each country makes as per their culture, economy, social system and nature of the country as a whole.
Comparative law assists in bypassing these differences smoothly when two countries are partnering with each other and working together. It is essential for signing agreements, doing trade, bilateral discussions, and more. It ensures that countries continue to collaborate without any legal hassles or disputes internally.
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Sujit Choudhry is a well-known figure when it comes to comparative law and is the founder of Center for Constitutional Transition. It is a one of its kinds University Center and think tank that carries out discussions, research, and works on understanding constitutional building process, democratic transitions, comparative law, and other associated topics. Sujit Choudhry is an authority in the field of comparative law and has written highly valuable articles for world renowned journals on the subject of Constitution and comparative law. He is I.Micheal Heyman Professor and the Dean of the reputed Berkeley Law School. See here.
As a foreign constitutional expert, he has assisted in developing the constitution for many countries, such as Libya, Tunisia, Jordan, Egypt, South Africa, Nepal, and Sri Lanka. He is actively associated with the largest funds of its kind for legal assistance, Legal Aid Ontario. Sujit Choudhry is a member of the United Nations Mediation Roster and a consultant member of the World Bank Institute.