Call for Papers | Changing Paradigm of Corporate and Commercial Laws

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Jagran Lakecity University | Faculty of Law


Changing Paradigm of Corporate and Commercial Laws


Faculty of Law, Jagran Lakecity University, Bhopal, in collaboration with Taxmann Centre for Excellence in Taxation Laws (CETL), under the auspices of Centre for Competition and Investment Laws and Policy (CCILP) is organizing a two-day Virtual National Conference on “Changing Paradigm of Corporate and Commercial Laws” on 19th and 20th June, 2021.

The conference aims to discuss the upsurge of issues and changes that the corporate sector in India has suffered in the light of COVID -19. Under the impact, stakeholders have been highly mindful considering the unpredictable nature of trends in investments, commercial transactions and agreements and compliances; hence to address and discuss the issues thus faced by Indian economy JLU is calling for papers in this national-level conference. The conference is open to students of law, commerce and management, research scholars, academicians, corporate professionals, tax practitioners, lawyers and other stakeholders of the society.


  1. Papers may cover the broad themes of corporate and commercial laws such as the following (not limited to these themes only, author(s) may choose to write on any relevant theme within the ambit of corporate and commercial laws):
    1. Corporate Restructuring and Governance
    2. Commercial Agreements during COVID-19 Pandemic
    3. Force Majeure and Issues relating to Contractual Obligations
    4. Emerging Issues relating to Negotiable Instruments
    5. Trends in Mergers and Acquisitions
    6. Insolvency and Bankruptcy Processes
    7. Issues relating to Direct Tax Moratorium
    8. Challenges in Good and Service Tax Regime
    9. Role of Regulatory Authorities
    10. Corporate Dispute Resolution Mechanisms
    11. Competition Disputes and Unfair Competition
    12. Cartels and Monopolistic Practices
    13. Competition Commission of India and its Functions
    14. Abuse of Dominant Position
    15. Investment and Securities Issues
    16. Foreign Institutional Investments and related Issues
    17. SEBI and Regulation of Securities Market
  2. The word limit for papers shall be 3000 – 5000 words (exclusive of footnotes) in .docx format.
  3. Co-authorship up to one co-author is allowed. (a total of two co-authors)
  4. Plagiarised papers shall be summarily rejected.
  5. Papers shall be accompanied by an Abstract of not more than 300 words.
  6. For referencing, author(s) are required to follow the Bluebook: A Uniform System of Citation (20th Edition).
  7. All submissions shall be made to
  8. Selected papers shall be published in an edited book with ISBN published by Taxmann Publications.


  1. Submission of Abstract: 05 May, 2021
  2. Intimation of Abstract Acceptance: 10 May, 2021
  3. Submission of Full Paper: 05 June, 2021
  4. Date of Conference: 19-20 June, 2021

REGISTRATION FEE (to be paid after acceptance of Abstract)

  1. For Students: INR 300
  2. For Research Scholars: INR 500
  3. For Academicians and Professionals: INR 750


  • Patron

Dr. Sandeep Shastri

Vice Chancellor, JLU

  • Chairman

Prof. (Dr.) Yogendra Kumar Srivastava

Dean – Faculty of Law

  • Convener

Dr. Ankit Singh

Assistant Professor


Mobile: 8827638448

  • Co-Convener

Mr. Rohit Mishra

Assistant Professor


Mobile: 8103238755

  • Co-Convener

Ms. Aisha Khan

Assistant Professor


Mobile: 9818831611

NOTE: In case of any queries, feel free to contact the Convener or the Co-conveners.


Jagran Lakecity University is a reputed institution with multiple accolades, namely ‘University of the Year’ by FMPCCI and Global League Institution 2015-16 by The Great Place to Study Research Institute to its credit.


The Faculty of Law for JLU, holding up with the prestige and vision of the institution has been enthusiastically working towards providing their students a free, creative space to bring out the best in them , while also imparting excellent skills and legal ethics to help them outperform the competition. Keeping up with the tradition, The Faculty of Law, JLU has been recognised as the best emerging law school of the country in the past by various renowned knowledge magazines and web portals.


Centre for Competition and Investment Laws and Policy (CCILP) is a centralized platform for discussions and deliberations on subjects concerning competition and investment laws and policies, where functioning of the Competition Commission of India, contemporary challenges in front of fair competition, trade and cross-national competitive regimes can be critically analysed.


Centre for Excellence in Taxation (CETL) is a patronee/protégé/beneficiary under the JLU and Taxmann association. CETL provides a platform for students, academicians, lawyers, professionals and other stakeholders through various ways such as workshops, seminars, symposia, colloquia, conferences, to deliberate, scrutinize and discuss an array of aspects concerning taxation law and procedure in India.

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