Paris, 1 November, 2023
In a significant move to empower the global arbitration community, Jus Mundi announces the launch of the IBA Arbitration Law Library in collaboration with the International Bar Association (IBA). This milestone marks the second collaboration between the two entities, building upon their original partnership, which aimed at collecting non-confidential commercial arbitration awards and related case documents from across the globe.
This announcement – made during the 2023 IBA Annual Conference in Paris – heralds an era of unparalleled content accessibility. Users will benefit from immediate access to key issues in international commercial arbitration, insights from leading practitioners and authors, and the ability to craft winning strategies. Jus Mundi’s extensive international law and arbitration database ensures that users can locate the information they need in mere seconds.
But the advantages don’t stop there. With the IBA Arbitration Law Library, professionals no longer need to shuffle between multiple platforms. Everything, from awards, subcommittee reports, and toolkits to country guides, is available on Jus Mundi. This all-in-one platform approach is a testament to Jus Mundi’s commitment to streamlining research processes for legal professionals.
The integration of Jus Mundi’s AI-powered technology with the rich content of the IBA Arbitration Committee is a game-changer. This union ensures efficient research with interactive IBA documents, enabling users to uncover more cross-references and confidently cite content before tribunals.
Jean-Remi de Maistre, CEO and Co-Founder of Jus Mundi, expressed his enthusiasm, stating:
“This collaboration is more than just an integration of content; it’s a fusion of technological prowess and invaluable arbitration intelligence. Together with IBA, we are redefining the way the global legal community accesses and uses arbitration resources. We are proud to offer the IBA Arbitration Law Library to our users for free, advancing our commitment to enhancing accessibility and powering global justice.”
The contributions of leading figures in the arbitration sphere accentuate the richness of the IBA Arbitration Law Library. Among the library’s wealth of resources include a range of reports by renowned practitioners such as Samaa Haridi of King & Spalding, Reza Mohtashami QC of Three Crowns, Maxi Scherer of WilmerHale, Caline Mouawad of Chaffetz Lindsey, and Patrick Pearsall of Allen & Overy to name a few. There also includes in-depth country guides, curated by Amr Omran of Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer and Utku Coşar of Arbitration Chambers.
“By combining Jus Mundi’s cutting-edge technology and comprehensive research tools with the wealth of knowledge and resources from the IBA Arbitration Committee, this partnership will strengthen the quality and accessibility of arbitration-related information and enhance the overall practice of international arbitration.
It will empower practitioners to better navigate the intricate field of international arbitration more effectively, contributing to its continual growth and development, aligning with the mission of the IBA Arbitration Committee.”