CJC Forensics is a student-led initiative that aims to promote the importance of forensic science in the criminal justice system by exploring its technological advancements as well as the aid it provides to both the prosecution and defence.
CJC-CLAS aims to provide student assistance to CLAS Fellows and private firm lawyers taking on CLAS and LASCO cases
Military Justice Project
The Military Justice Project aims to work closely with the Ministry of Defence and the legal community to facilitate effective administration of Military Discipline, thereby upholding the standards and values expected of our nation’s soldiers and servicemen.
The Recourse Initiative
The Recourse Initiative is a student-led initiative that aims not just to aid inmates in assessing the likelihood of reopening their cases, but also to help our partner organisations like CLAS by assessing and recommending inmates who have a particularly strong claim to having their cases reopened.
Criminal Law Digest
Criminal Law Digest is the CJC’s very own student-run publication. Here, you will find a variety of informative pieces on criminal law that will enrich your mind and challenge your perspectives.
The Events team organises various events throughout the academic year with the objective of raising awareness of interesting and contemporary criminal justice issues. Often, these conferences or dialogues are organised for the NUS law student population as well as members of the public.
The Publicity Committee serves the entire CJC’s publicity-related needs. Its main jobs include providing event coverage and running the website/CJC social media platforms.