What Is the Arbitration Law Database?

JURIS ArbitrationLaw.com provides immediate database access to 10 arbitration Journals, more than 170 proprietary Treatises, Practice Manuals, and Monographs that cannot be found on Kluwer Arbitration, LexisNexis, Westlaw, or any other platform. With both proprietary and public domain material, ArbitrationLaw is a comprehensive and indispensable research tool.  A powerful search engine enables you to search inside thousands of PDF documents.

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Highlights include:

Six Leading Journals (updated semi-annually and quarterly)

Thousands of articles!

World Arbitration Reporter

(The Encyclopedia of International Arbitration Law and Practice)

ASA Special Series (Nine titles)

IAI series (Seven titles)

AAA/ICDR handbooks and yearbooks (19 titles)

Premium Juris ContentPublic Domain Resources

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