Call for papers on Banking law@USLLS : Submit Now!!


University School of Law and Legal Studies envisages advancement of institutional expertise in the area of legal research and education by augmenting academic and professional excellence, developing critical and relentless engagement with legal theory and practice, synergizing law, legal research, legal education and action to further the quest for justice. University School of Law and Legal Studies aspires to open new vistas in the arena of law, legal studies, theoretical and clinical legal education through an incessant endeavour towards developing academic potential, critical analytical ability, advocacy, counselling and mediation skills so as to fully equip the students with learning which is intellectually stimulating, socially vital and professionally enriching.


The for calling for this full paper for this edited book is to bring together academics, community bankers, regulators and policymakers to focus on the latest academic research on community banking and the important policy issues that affect community banks. The issues related to the opportunities, challenges and global practices relevant to the development of banking and financial sector; macro and micro economy and business practices. The scholarly, conceptual, empirical and practitioner papers that address the conference theme of integrating research, practice and teaching are welcomed.


Economic Imbalances During COVID 19 Scenario and Role of Banks

-Blockchain Technology and Banking Law imperatives

-Cyber Forensics and Banking Concerns

-Waiving of loans and RBI’s plight

-Changing Dimensions of Repo Rate and Reverse Repo Rate

-Mergers of Banks and legal positions of banking employees

-RBI’s stand on insolvency proceeding highlighting Mortarium Issue

-Banking Ombudsman- Legal Issues, limitations and challenges

-Deposit Insurance and Banking Regulation

-Future of Debt Recovery Tribunal

-Non-Banking Financial Companies Loans Disbursements

– Legal Concerns -Role of Bad banks in tackling the issue of NPAs in Indian Banking System.

-Rise of Bank Frauds: Legal Issues and Challenges –

Legal Concerns regarding electronic wallets in contemporary phase

The author may write on any of the aforementioned issue. The book shall be published by a publisher of repute or By University School of Law & Legal Studies itself. There shall be no charges for publication.


The authors have to follow following submission guidelines:

1-The Chapters shall be scanned on Anti-Plagiarism Software.

2-The Chapter must be between 4500 to 6000 words including footnotes.

3-The Chapter must be in Times New Roman Font Size 12, Foot Note Size 10, Spacing 1.5.

4-For Citation and Referencing BLUEBOOK, 20th Edition must be referred.

5-The Chapters shall be scanned on Anti-Plagiarism Software.

6-The Chapters shall be screened by Editors and Editors reserve their right to reject any submission

7- The Editors will follow the UGC rule of similarity/Plagiarism below 10%.

8-The Chapters shall be screened by Editors and Editors reserve their right to reject any submission.


LAST DATE OF SUBMISSION OF PAPER: August 10, 2020 before 11.59 P.M. at


EDITOR-IN-CHIEF- Prof.Dr. Amar Pal Singh, Dean, University School of law & Legal Studies, GGSIPU.

EDITOR-  Dr. Zubair Ahmad Khan, Asst. Prof, University School of law & Legal Studies ,GGSIPU.


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