In the article, OnlineDomain editor in chief Konstantinos Zournas wrote, “…since launching a year ago, .law has registered more than 6,000 first-choice and premium .law domain names. The registry also claims there are hundreds of unique .law sites already live and many more in the planning stages.”
Lou Andreozzi, CEO of Dot Law, Inc. was quoted, “When .law was introduced, the goal was to establish a distinct and trusted domain, like .edu or .gov, for lawyers to grow their brands online. It looks like we are well on the way. We’re already seeing large numbers of active .law websites ranging from large international law firm Eversheds.law to regional firms such as Feldman.law. It is particularly exciting to see the creative use of .law domains as the legal community becomes ever more adept at using the Internet to drive branding and business.”
MMX owns and operates the .law top-level domain. .Law is a restricted extension that has eligibility standards and requires a verification. .Law entered into general availability on October 19, 2015. Only lawyers who are licensed to practice law or accredited legal institutions may register a .law domain name. Registrations include AmLaw 100 law firms, national litigation firms, legal associations, legal media outlets and legal tech businesses, as well as regional law firms and individual lawyers.
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