The MNLUM Law Review Blog is the flagship online publication of the Maharashtra Law University Mumbai. It is a student run peer reviewed legal blog that aims to create a platform that showcases exemplary academic research on contemporary legal and allied issues. This shall be a platform for students, legal practitioners and academicians to express their views and contribute to scholarly discussions on the pertinent concerns that our legal systems grapple with.

The MNLU Law Review Blog is managed and edited by a dedicated team of ten editors operating in a three-tier editorial structure consisting of an Editor-in-Chief, Managing Editors and Associate Editors.


“I congratulate the MNLU Mumbai Law Review team for coming up with this blog. As the past one year has shown, the reach of technology in ensuring access to knowledge remains unparalleled. A platform such as this one would undoubtedly contribute to that end by offering space to some of the finest scholarly work in the field of legal studies. My best wishes for this endeavour.”

-Prof. (Dr.) Dilip Ukey, the Vice Chancellor, MNLU Mumbai


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Modifying Arbitral Awards: An Analysis of Practical Implications

By Saket Pathak and Roshni Basu, students at MNLU, Mumbai Introduction Section 34 of the Arbitration and Conciliation Act, 1996 (“the Act”) delineates the grounds on which an arbitral award may be set aside by a Court on the application of a party. Under this Section, the Courts are empowered to review the matter’s constitutionality…

Decoding the Rise of Killer Acquisitions in India

By Abhimanyu Pathania and Mansi Subramaniam, students at Gujarat National Law University, Gandhinagar Introduction Consolidation is the way forward for any business in any industry. However, at times because of this goal, some companies become extremely dominant, depleting the consumers’ choice at the end of the day. One method of achieving this market dominance is acquiring…

Spotlight at Google’s Abuse of Dominant Position in the Android Mobile Ecosystem

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