Trial Subscription to Arbitration Law

JURIS may extend free trial subscriptions to parties interested in subscribing to the Arbitration Law Full Subscription. While no credit card information or payment are required for a free trial, JURIS only extends trials to parties with a legitimate interest in subscribing and an understanding of subscription costs.

Trial Rules and Stipulations
  • A trial subscription is not necessary to explore the database and browse its content. No account or trial is required to use the search function or review Arbitration Law's list of titles, journals, or chapters/articles. You can begin your search of the database from the digital library page. All content has descriptions and/or previews available, but you will not be able to download the full content as a PDF unless you subscribe or have a trial. We ask that you review content on the database before requesting a trial

  • The trial will utilize an Arbitration Law account, which you can create for free here. The trial account email address must be a professional email address from your firm/organization/institution. For example, accounts with are not eligible for a free trial. 

  • While subscribing accounts are eligible to set up their subscription access via IP Address, trial subscription accounts are limited to login via username/password

  • Trial subscriptions are limited to 50 downloads for a law school, firm, or institution and limited to 25 downloads for an individual

  • Before you begin a trial subscription, you must meet with the Arbitration Law team to receive a brief 15-minute demonstration of the Arbitration Law database and its features. This will also provide an opportunity for you to ask questions about the trial and platform's content and features. The demonstration will take place on Zoom and you may invite any number of interested members of your organization. 

As stated above, free trials are not necessary to explore and review the content and features of Arbitration Law. JURIS reserves free trials for interested parties who would like to review the full experience of Arbitration Law in a limited run before purchasing a subscription. 

Contact Us

If you are interested in setting up a trial, please contact our team at Please include your position within your firm/organization/institution, as well as your level of interest or expertise in arbitration & ADR and how these areas of law relate to your practice/business.