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SACJ is an academic society at NUJS, Kolkata. The Society primarily works in various areas of criminal justice, and strives to create a discourse on the contemporary and relevant issues pertaining to criminal law. Among other activities which we conduct at the National Level, we also publish our Criminal Law Journal and publish blogs and news updates regularly, on our website.