Impact of Supply Chain Issues
The current supply chain backlog at various US ports as well as the national shortage of commercial truck drivers has severely impacted paper supply and costs. Our printers are experiencing delays in receiving the materials they need and this has slowed the production of books.
WE RECOMMEND THAT CUSTOMERS PURCHASE OUR PUBLICATIONS AS DIGITAL PRODUCTS RATHER THAN ORDERING THEM IN PRINT.
All books, chapters, and articles are available as PDFs and can be immediately downloaded after purchase. Click Here to explore the digital library.
Delivery Delay Alert
As the COVID-19 pandemic continues to significantly alter our lives, both personally and professionally, we want to provide you with an update on our operations.
United States Postal Service Delays
Customers have reported significant delays with USPS Media Mail. Transit times have been reported in excess of three weeks and trackable shipping has seen delays in package scans. If possible delays cannot be tolerated, please purchase Digital versions or contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org about UPS shipping.
We recommend that customers purchase our publications as digital products rather than ordering them in print.
Customers can expect international shipping costs and delays to be increased on orders. Due to the United Kingdom's exit from the European Union, Books will carry country specific VAT (typically assessed at 8%) into the EU moving forward. All duties and taxes are the responsibility of the customer and are not calculated with initial purchase from JURIS. To avoid duties, taxes, and shipping costs, we recommend you purchase titles as PDF Books.
Updated November 11th, 2021
All our publications are available as PDF Books
-PDF Books are often available for a lower price than print.
-Digital products can be downloaded instantly.
-No shipping costs or transit times.
-Our PDF books are digitized copies with pagination matching the print for ease of citation and reference.
-PDF books are word-searchable whereas print books are searchable only through indexes