Juris Publishing is a full-service legal publisher specializing in international and American law. We produce integrated reference works written by eminent authorities.
In the area of international law we focus on international business and investment, antitrust, ADR and arbitration, commercial arbitration, litigation, public international law, banking and finance, insolvency, and intellectual property. Our Doing Business series and related publications focus on business and investment in Asia, Latin America, Europe and Russia, and the CIS. Developed as research tools with a practical bent, our Doing Business products combine easy access to information with translations of hard-to-find primary source materials. Most offer periodic legal letters to keep readers abreast of developments as they occur.
The Juris Publishing domestic library includes a broad range of national topics such as antitrust, arbitration and ADR, trial practice, deposition law, bankruptcy, franchising and distribution law, labor and employment, environmental, insurance, products liability and negligence. The Juris domestic library also includes volumes on state practice in New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Texas, West Virginia, and Wisconsin. Our editorial board of experts combines academics and practitioners to focus our publications on the needs of practicing lawyers in each practice area and jurisdiction.
To enhance our international and domestic publishing efforts, Juris has formed cooperative relationships with some of the most prestigious institutes and universities in the world. Currently, we publish materials in cooperation with the Columbia University School of Law, the Parker School of Foreign and Comparative Law at Columbia University, the American Law Institute, the Fordham University School of Law, the Fordham Corporate Law Institute, the Fordham International Intellectual Property Law and Policy Institute, the Stein Institute of Law and Ethics of Fordham, the Institute of Law and Financial Services of Fordham, the Eason-Weinmann Center for Comparative Law and the Arbitration Law Institute of Tulane University School of Law, the Arbitration Institute of the Stockholm Chamber of Commerce, and Duke University's Center for Slavic, Eurasian, and East European Studies.