Publisher of Law Journals

Since 2003 MARIS is active as electronic publisher for two highly respected peer-reviewed online journals and associated discussion fora. Together with a partner and a large network of legal experts from around the globe we publish:

  • Transnational Dispute Management (TDM) / OGEMID
    - An innovative information service on the management of international disputes
  • Oil, Gas and Energy Law (OGEL) / OGELFORUM
    - A comprehensive information service with focus on oil-gas-energy law, regulation, treaties, and judicial and arbitral cases.


Transnational Dispute Management (TDM)

TDM (ISSN 1875-4120)

is a peer-review online journal publishing about various aspects of international arbitration with a special focus on investment arbitration. Since the first issue was published in 2004 it has gained popularity among a large number of law firms, academics and other professionals in the field of arbitration. A TDM subscription includes A) access to the journal; B) OGEMID forum membership; C) the Legal & Regulatory database; and D) the Audiovisual library.
TDMs main benefits are:

  • Established reputation for quality: More than 80 percent of the largest international law firms and the Executive Office of the President of the Unites States are TDM subscribers.
  • Always stay up-to-date about new trends and insights in international arbitration.
  • Join OGEMID: The world's only high-profile arbitration discussion forum.
  • Extensive archive providing background and research information.
  • Save time with our legal and regulatory database, containing more than 6500 documents from over 200 countries.

Readership includes International Institutions/Governmental Organisations/NGOs, Universities, Law firms/Consultancies/Other.

TDM has published a large number of special features on a wide range of topics, including:


Oil, Gas and Energy Law (OGEL)

OGEL (ISSN 1875-418X)

is a peer-reviewed academic journal covering all aspects of law pertaining to oil, gas, and energy in general. Since the first issue was published in 2003 it has gained popularity with a large number of (international) energy companies, governmental organisations, law firms, international agencies, academic and think-tank institutions in the field of energy policy and various NGOs. A subscription to OGEL includes A) access to the journal; B) OGELFORUM membership; and C) the Legal & Regulatory database.
OGEL main benefits are:

  • Established reputation for quality: leading (inter)national law firms and universities amongst our readership.
  • Always stay up-to-date about new trends and insights in international and regional energy policies.
  • Join OGELFORUM: Discussions on policy, legislation, contracting, security strategy and climate change related to energy.
  • Extensive archive providing background and research information.
  • Save time with our Legal & Regulatory database, containing more than 6500 documents from over 200 countries.

Readership includes International Institutions/Governmental Organisations/NGOs, Energy Companies, Universities, Law firms / Consultancies / Engineering.

OGEL has published a large number of special features on a wide range of topics, including: