Justice is coming to the
Decentralized Web.

Blockchain is here. Here's how Juris is using it.

As outlined in the Juris Whitepaper, we believe the global economy is moving toward a paradigm defined by networks of people using protocols to organize, to build, and to transact in decentralized marketplaces. These marketplaces will allow anyone in the world with a smartphone to enter the global economy, and to engage in commerce to raise their standard of living. But these marketplaces will only work if the agreements people make are enforceable, and if disputes over those agreements will be resolved in a way that is fair, fast, and affordable. We’re building that piece of the infrastructure. We are following closely as standards take shape in every blockchain sector that impacts our world. And as we build, we are implementing blockchain features that improve our service today, with an eye toward what features we can implement in the future. Here is where we are:


Ethereum Wallet Integration

Users on Juris.Legal are able to create or connect an Ethereum crypto-wallet which can be used for login authentication.

Wallet integration from the beginning allows us to quickly make the best use of emerging smart contract, cryptocurrency, privacy and censorship resistance technologies.

The Future


We plan to use blockchain technology to give our users control over how the Juris protocol works.

Part of the spirit of decentralized technology is the idea that the line between developers and users should blur away. We want to use the crowd to make our service better.

Data Ownership

Blockchain technology presents a unique chance to reimagine the way that personal data is handled. Juris is designing and building in ways to provide our service with data privacy and data ownership in mind.

No one should have to "sell" their data in order to get or provide legal or dispute resolution help.


We plan to use blockchain technology to provide increased transparency into the operations of Juris and the outcomes of Juris disputes (keeping user privacy in mind).

In order for users to have true control over a service, they must understand it. Blockchain technology enables new ways of providing insight into the function of a service.