Andras Sajo is Professor, Legal Studies Department and Chair of Comparative Constitutional Programs at the Central European University, Budapest, Hungary. He also serves as a Visiting Professor with the Global Law Faculty, New York University School of Law. He has held fellowships and visiting professorships at major universities in Western Europe and the United States, as well as serving as a consultant to the World Bank and the United Nations Development Program. Apart from his academic work in Hungarian universities, he has served as a member of Hungary's Constitution Drafting Committee (1988-89), as Principal Draftsman for Hungarian Environmental Legislation (1991-92), Legal Counsel to the President of the Hungarian Republic (1991-92), and Chair of Drafting Commission for Broadcast Law (1994). He has published articles on constitutionalism, rule of law, and telecommunications law, and his most recent book, Limiting Government: An Introduction to Constitutionalism, which was published in Hungarian in 1995, appeared in both English and Russian translations in 1999.