Japan Alliance of University Library Consortia for E-Resources (JUSTICE)is a consortium created to promote many activities for providing stably and continuously academic information, including e-journal that is essential for education and research activities of the university in Japan. The mission assigned to JUSTICE is to contribute to the enhancement of the nation's academic information infrastructure by contracting, managing, providing, and preserving e-resources and by training personnel with necessary skills.
JUSTICE was established within the framework of collaboration and cooperation between the Japanese Coordinating Committee for University Libraries and the National Institute of Informatics (NII) in 2011. At present, JUSTICE is comprised of over 500 participating libraries and is the nation's largest organization of library consortia.