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Jus Mundi has been selected as finalist for the ALPSP Awards for Innovation in Publishing 2020. Read more here: https://www.alpsp.org/Awards
Jus Mundi has also been selected as one of the Top 25 Machine Learning Startups to watch in 2020. Read more here: https://www.forbes.com/sites/louiscolumbus/2020/04/26/top-25-machine-learning-startups-to-watch-in-2020/#216df8731f52
The Jus Mundi platform offers a comprehensive, multilingual, and user-friendly search engine for advanced academic research in international law. Aimed at judges, academic researchers, legal practitioners, and tertiary students, Jus Mundi covers over 16,000 international law and investor-state arbitration documents, including treaties, ICJ, PCIJ, PCA, ITLOS, ICSID and other arbitration institutions, UNCITRAL, IUSCT documents (judgments, arbitral awards, orders, pleadings, etc.), and decisions of the Mixed Claims Commissions. Commercial arbitration is exclusively available on Jus Mundi.
Sovereign Limits is the world’s most comprehensive and thoroughly researched digital database of land and maritime boundaries. Trusted by industry leaders in web mapping and large research institutions, Sovereign Limits provides robust spatial and analytical information on every international border. The database offers a detailed mapping scale of 1:25,000 or larger, attributed GIS data, instant access to primary source documents, and much more.
The Hague Academy Collected Courses Online / Recueil des cours de l’Académie de La Haye en ligne, makes nearly 100 years of scholarship of international law electronically available to students and researchers around the world. Now available in full-html, this version opens up the encyclopedic richness of the Collected Courses to its full extent by offering advanced text search options, and improved on-screen readability. At the same time, the download and print PDF functionality remains in place.
CALI Lessons are our most popular and widely used learning tool. They are computer-based, interactive tutorials that cover narrow topics of law. Browse our library of over 1,000 CALI Lessons below. Students, staff, professors, and employees of all CALI member schools and organizations get unlimited, free access to CALI Lessons through our website.
QuizWright is a web app that lets teachers write individual MC, T/F, Y/N questions, saves the questions in a personal question bank, allows teachers to bundle the questions into quizzes, turns the quizzes into AutoPublish Lessons that are published to the CALI website and run by students either as LessonLive or LessonLink assessments.
Docket Alarm is a legal research and analytics provider specializing in U.S. Federal, State, and Agency courts. The refreshingly smooth interface makes searching and tracking cases a breeze. Docket Alarm’s powerful analytics can help attorneys develop data-based litigation strategies. Judicial profiles tell attorneys how a judge thinks, and party profiles show the status of a litigation campaign in seconds. By aggregating thousands of case outcomes, Docket Alarm can spot trends across subject matter, judge, and law firm. Docket Alarm opens up its data providing an API for anyone to integrate.
For over 20 years, Fastcase has inspired attorneys and researchers with smarter legal research technology using data visualization and algorithms. Fastcase's proprietary features of the interactive timeline enables users to visualize their results and find the 3-5 cases needed. Additionally, Fastcase's proprietary algorithm of Bad Law Bot and Authority Check warns users faster to potential negative treatment. Fastcase legal research is more than just a smart legal research application - the database behind Fastcase and the proprietary features of the research application can be turned into APIs and ingested into client interfaces that meet a partner's needs and processes. Whether a partner is looking for case law or regulatory data feeds, or customized public links to bring a client newsletter "to life," the Fastcase application and database is white space to meet your innovative needs.
Law Street Media aims to revolutionize legal news by providing smart, accessible, and practical content in a modern way. Using the latest in research and analytics tools, our content is ahead of the curve and enriched with the latest insights – and we’re just getting started. Current content: Agriculture, including Cannabis Technology, including Cybersecurity & Intellectual Property
Leopard InHouse is one of the largest corporate counsel databases in the U.S. Built on the same great platform as The Leopard List, the Leopard corporate counsel directory is vigorously vetted and maintained up to date by our proprietary algorithm and a team of legal market data experts. Leopard InHouse is specifically designed to serve the specialized needs of your corporate counsel research, business development, sales, marketing, and talent acquisition.
Manzama Base sets the bar when it comes to finding crucial information for your organization. Analyzing over 80,000 sources and feeds against your specified topics and interests, Manzama Base is the perfect content aggregation tool for current awareness, thought leadership, content publishing, and competitive intelligence needs.
Manzama Insights™, our patent-pending technology, is designed to help organizations leapfrog the competition by using proprietary algorithms to identify indicators and themes from the deluge of web content that highlight opportunities and risks around individual companies and industry sectors. Manzama Insights™ employs data-driven models to better inform an organization’s competitive intelligence, business development, sales efforts, and strategic decision making.
Thomson Reuters HighQ is an integrated digital workspace where legal professionals can get work done, seamlessly collaborate with others, share valuable insights and engage with clients and colleagues to deliver their services. HighQ helps drive efficiency in legal service delivery, project management, collaboration, process automation, and client engagement.
Learn how to take your research instruction online and maximize your class time. Thomson Reuters provides over 60 supplemental eLearning lessons that were informed by and co-created with academic librarians and legal research and writing staff. Easily assign training to your students and track their progress. Learn more now
Building the best case for your client means relying on more than anecdotes and emails to make strategic decisions. Trellis Judge Reports analyze millions of data points to give you a competitive advantage by showing you exactly how your judge rules on the most important pre-trial motions. Understand where your judge is an outlier, set your client’s expectations, and make data-backed decisions from the start of every case. Quickly analyze whether you should "ding" your judge based on past rulings on similar matters.
The Trellis Motion & Issues Library enables state court litigators to draft better motions. Quickly learn about various motions and see common examples of state court judges ruling on those motions. Research your legal issue quickly and understand the threshold and elements of each claim. Write better motions in less time by using prior rulings on a particular matter.
Search superior court records by keyword to learn how the courts, judges, and opposing counsel have handled similar matters in the past. Trellis leverages the largest and deepest set of context rich state trial court data so litigators can spend less time doing academic legal research, and more time gaining strategic insights. With Trellis, State court dockets are searchable through a single interface. You are able to find similar cases filtered by parties, counsel, court, or matter type. Gain valuable insights on how opposing counsel positioned issues in the past, as well.
Today, more than 3,000 law professors, lawyers, and law librarians review CILP each week. Electronic subscribers to the publication receive the full text of the most recent CILP issue on most Mondays of the year. Subscribers may download the CILP issue in various file formats directly in the HeinOnline interface. The files are available in a dedicated database, along with the entire archive of CILP issues.