Lay down your .LAW
Create your own .law and reach new clients online. Only qualified lawyers and authorized legal institutions are eligible to secure a .law domain name, which means that visitors will see the .law top-level domain (TLD) as a trusted online space. For more information on who can register this domain, check out the .law eligibility criteria policy.
Use your .law TLD to offer legal services, establish a respected online presence, and share expertise. Whether you’re an attorney, tax lawyer, or run a bustling firm, buy a .law domain name and get on the web now.
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|Minimum Registration Period||1 year|
|Maximum Registration Period||10 years|
|Minimum Renewal Period||1 year|
|Maximum Renewal Period||9 years|
|Is Domain Privacy Supported||NO|
|Are IDN Domains Supported||YES|
|Is RegistrarLock Supported||YES|
|Is DNSSEC Supported||YES|
The .law domain is a top-level domain, ideal for creating a trusted online space for law firms, law schools, courts of law, and qualified lawyers. You can find eligibility criteria for this domain on the .law eligibility policy page.
If you’re interested in purchasing a .law domain name, take a look at our pricing table above.
If you’re an individual rather than a firm, you may be wondering, is a .law domain worth it? Well, the .law TLD is aimed at both firms and people. If you want to stand out online, this memorable domain can help you look professional, trustworthy, and it’s easy to remember.
Just as deciding any domain name, when choosing law firm domain names, you’ll want to start by brainstorming. Perhaps in your domain name you’ll want to include the type of law you practice, the name of your law firm, or even include the geographical location you practice in.
In comparison with .com, the .law TLD is expensive. This could be due to a number of reasons — it’s a trusted space, it’s short and memorable, and it could be competitive. A .law takes the hard work out of branding, and establishes you as a legal professional without adding it to the first part of your domain name.