Jus Mundi x International Law Students Association (ILSA) Partnership

Jus Mundi is thrilled to renew its partnership with the ILSA to support the world’s largest moot – the Jessup competition.

As part of the partnership, all Jessup participants will receive free access to Jus Mundi Legal Research for the duration of the Jessup competition until April 10, 2022.

The winning team and the runner-up team of the competition will also receive free access to Jus Mundi Legal Research for one year.

The necessary instructions to access Jus Mundi have already been circulated and will continue to be sent on a rolling basis to all fully registered Jessupers. We have created a dedicated help center page to answer any queries related to the Jessup competition.

Since 2019, Jus Mundi has been the official research partner of the Jessup – the world’s largest moot court competition, with participants from roughly 700 law schools in 100 countries and jurisdictions. The Competition is a simulation of a fictional dispute between countries before the International Court of Justice, the judicial organ of the United Nations.

This partnership is created to align with Jus Mundi’s commitment to providing easy access to the most comprehensive and reliable information on international law.

The Jessup 2022 Competition concerns human rights on the Internet, data theft, the secession of part of a nation’s territory, and foreign election interference.

We hope that all the participants benefit from Jus Mundi’s access to find creative arguments.

Good luck to the Agents of Antara and Ravaria to tackle the case.

Click here to learn more about Jessup.

About Jus Mundi

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Jus Mundi democratizes access to global legal information with unprecedented efficiency, thanks to a multilingual search engine that combines international legal expertise with artificial intelligence. Based in Paris and NYC, Jus Mundi works globally with law firms, governments, corporate companies, and universities.

Jus Mundi’s unique legal content comes from three key sources: partnerships with international institutions like ICC, Russian Arbitration Center (RAC), & VIAC, exclusive global networks of contributors, such as the IBA Partnership or Wiki Notes & local public sources (PACER, Eur-Lex, etc.).

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