Paris, July 12, 2023
Jus Connect, the leading platform dedicated to the arbitration community, is thrilled to announce its independence. With an unwavering commitment to innovation and a data-driven approach, Jus Connect revolutionizes professional networking by connecting in-house teams from companies and governments to arbitration expertise and addressing the growth needs of law firms on a global scale.
Since its launch in March 2022, Jus Connect has experienced remarkable growth among in-house counsel and government legal teams. With a 300% increase in clientele from industries like energy and construction, including renowned companies such as Total Energies, WeBuild, Teklas, and various ministries – such as the United Kingdom, Japan, Colombia, and Saudi Arabia – Jus Connect is positioned to provide data-driven arbitration professional selection and due diligence.
Leveraging Jus Mundi‘s extensive global database on arbitration and international law primary and secondary sources, Jus Connect offers the most comprehensive track records of law and expert firms, lawyers, and arbitrators. Jus Mundi, a trailblazer in powering global justice since 2019, has provided arbitration professionals with unparalleled access to legal intelligence in international law and arbitration through esteemed partnerships with institutions like ICC, AAA-ICDR, CBMA, SHIAC, SCCA, and IBA, as well as renowned publishers, including ICC, Juris Legal Information, and Oxford University Press.
As a global marketplace of over 20,000 active monthly users, the platform seamlessly connects legal demand with arbitration expertise through our data-backed profiles. Empowering clients from law firms like Hogan Lovells, FCDG, GBS Disputes and WongParthership, expert firms like Accuracy and Berkeley Research Group, and esteemed arbitrators to highlight their expertise and forge valuable connections in the evolving legal landscape, Jus Connect’s tailored solution expands the revenue and reach of firms and practitioners globally.
“We are excited to announce the launch of Jus Connect as an independent platform, enabling us to deliver exceptional value to in-house counsel while maintaining seamless data flow between Jus Mundi and Jus Connect,” said Jean-Remi de Maistre, CEO and Co-Founder of Jus Mundi and Jus Connect.
As part of this development, Jus Mundi and Jus Connect have introduced three new plans:
- Jus Connect Arbitration Insights: Empowers in-house counsel, arbitrators, and law firms with data-backed insights, Conflict Checker, and real-time industry trends for informed decision-making.
- Jus Connect Elite: Showcases the expertise of law firms, expert firms, and arbitration practitioners through data-backed profiles, connecting them with in-house counsel seeking specialized legal expertise.
- Jus Mundi Legal Intelligence: Equips arbitration professionals with swift access to legal information, effective case analysis, and customized insights through Jus Mundi’s upgraded research tools powered by cutting-edge AI and machine learning technologies like Jus-AI.
Hanh Huynh, Head of Jus Connect, emphasized the platform’s vision for the future, stating, “Today marks an important chapter for Jus Connect as we concentrate our efforts on building the platform that connects legal departments with arbitration expertise.
With our unwavering commitment to innovation and data-driven tools, we are dedicated to empowering in-house counsel, sparking fresh opportunities for collaboration, and catalyzing positive change in the world of arbitration.”
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