The Jus Mundi team gladly welcomes you to the very first version of our search engine for international law.
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Jus Mundi's artificial intelligence has been taught by a team of international lawyers from around the globe.
Indexes of traditional databases are never comprehensive. Our search engine allows you to explore and examine all legal material, beyond keywords and language barriers.
Before appointing an arbitrator, review in a few minutes all the positions she or he has taken on a particular legal issue.
Even the most intelligent machine is not able to understand the complexity of legal concepts
coming from several legal systems with different languages.
This is why the relevance of Jus Mundi's search engine is backed
by the collaborative contribution of lawyers from all over the world.
Work with high quality and interactive documents, while maintaining access to original PDFs.
This version dedicated to investment law is part of a wider project :
making international law more accessible.
"WE THE PEOPLES OF THE UNITED NATIONS, […] determined […] to establish conditions under which justice and respect for the obligations arising from treaties and other sources of international law can be maintained."
This extract comes from the Preamble to the United Nations Charter, signed on 26 June 1945 in San Francisco. It carries conviction that the establishment of the rule of law in the international society is a necessary condition for its peaceful development.
We believe that making international law more accessible to lawyers, judges, academics, etc. worldwide will enhance its utilization and strengthen the international rule of law.
That's why access to original legal documents will always remain free on JusMundi.com.
Jus Mundi was initiated by Jean-Rémi de Maistre who has practiced for several years as a lawyer in international law.
He observed that the complexity of international legal research was hindering international law application, whereas technology could help promoting it.
He brought together a team of young talents from different backgrounds: computer and data scientists, designers, and lawyers from all over the world. The team is mainly based in Paris.