Tuesday, January 9, 2024

Jus Mundi Arbitration Database Now Available

The Goodson Law Library has recently subscribed to Jus Mundi, a research platform containing the full text of treaties, case law, rules, and publications related to international law and arbitration. This database is available to current Duke University students, faculty and staff with NetID and password, and links are available through the Duke Libraries Catalog and Legal Databases & Links page.

Jus Mundi includes thousands of documents on the topics of investment arbitration, commercial arbitration, public international law, law of the sea, and international trade. Decisions from more than 100 commissions and organizations are included. Duke's subscription also includes access to the ICC Dispute Resolution Library and Juris Arbitration Library.

Additional international arbitration databases include Kluwer Arbitration and the Oxford Legal Research Library's International Commercial Arbitration module. For more information about researching international arbitration and the resources available at Duke, consult the research guide to Arbitration or Ask a Librarian.