About University School Of Law And Legal Studies
Established in 2001, USLLS’s objective was to run Five Year Integrated Professional Law Course and to serve as an institution of advanced legal studies. It was the first University Law School established in the vicinity of the Supreme Court, Delhi High Court, various subordinate courts, commissions, tribunals and various monitoring offices of national and international voluntary organizations. Its Faculty is selected prescribing higher qualification than the University Grants Commission (UGC). Admissions are made on the basis of Common Entrance Test; the intake every year is 60. It also offers LL.M, Ph.D. and Post Doctoral research facilities in law.
A country must have a proper set of laws and policies in place to satisfy economic objectives. These laws and policies must protect the economic system and provide adequate procedures. As a result, the era necessitates effective laws and their implementation in the legal system.
As a result, striking a balance between economic endeavours and legal limits is critical. The goal of this conference is to provide a welcoming environment for academicians, researchers, law students, and legal practitioners to engage in discussions and debates on economic and legal developments and how they might contribute to the formation of a new India.
The session will be multidisciplinary.
Academicians, researchers, law students, legal practitioners, and other professions with an interest in economics and law are welcome to attend the conference.
Call for Papers
The University School of Law and Legal Studies is glad to solicit scholarly articles aimed at promoting research in economics, law, and allied fields.
The papers will be focused on the conference’s theme, ‘Roadmap of Law in the Development of New India.’
On or before November 15, 2021, all interested students and professionals are welcome to submit papers on any of the following sub-themes.
The broad sub-themes are:
- Reforms in Banking sector
- Digital economy in the post-pandemic era
- Cross jurisdictional analysis of economic legislation
- Capital markets in Indian economy
- Analyzing economic development of legal institutions (SEBI, CCI, RBI, etc.)
- Digital Economy: A way towards flexibility or away from flexibility)
The author(s) will also be given an opportunity to present their submissions, which will be reviewed by the reviewing committee.
Submissions to be made on firstname.lastname@example.org
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Ms. Vani Garg -8826629357