About the Society for Advancement of Criminal Justice
The Society for Advancement of Criminal Justice (SACJ) at the National University of Juridical Sciences is a premier academic society working in the field of Criminal Law and its allied disciplines.
Since its inception in the year 2005, the Society has focused on fostering a conducive environment to promote discourse in the field of Criminal Law. This discourse is aimed to be promoted through talks, lectures and panel discussions by dignitaries related to this field, as well as by organising various academic competitions and focusing upon academic writing.
About the Blog
The SACJ runs a blog that contains notes, articles, news updates and case briefs on contemporary issues in the fields of Criminal Law, Criminal Justice and allied themes. The blog is comprehensive and is updated regularly. The blog can be accessed here.
Call for Blogs
The submissions can be centred around any theme relating to Criminal Law, Criminal Justice and its allied avenues and can cover both domestic or international perspectives. However, the piece submitted should not be a mere reiteration of the existing literature or framework, and the author(s) should try to be novel in their ideas.
Co-authorship is allowed for up to 2 authors.
The work submitted must be original, unpublished and not under review on any other platform. Any form of plagiarism will result in an automatic disqualification. Before submitting any piece, it is requested to refer to our ‘Conditions for Publication’ dealing with our submission policies regarding plagiarism, copyright infringement and ownership provided on the website which can be found here.
There is no publication fee for the approved works.
How to Submit?
All the submissions must be mailed to email@example.com and must be in word format (‘.doc’s or ‘.docx’).
Guidelines for Publication
For more details regarding formatting and submissions guidelines, please visit this page.
Timeline for Review
The authors will get feedback maximum within 10-15 days post the submission of their piece. The author(s) can request for an expedited review if they feel the topic is of pertinent contemporary importance and might lose its relevance if the review is delayed. The editorial board might accept/reject such requests of expedited review depending upon the feasibility.
Mail to: firstname.lastname@example.org
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