What is the .attorney generic Top Level Domain Extension?
There are thousands of attorneys practicing today, and it can be easy to get lost in the crowd. If you are working for a large law firm or if you are practicing independently, the .attorney domain name will help visitors find you online. Registering domains under the .attorney gTLD allows you to create a unique name that informs your visitors about your particular area of expertise.
Use a LegalSpecialty.attorney domain or LegalAdvise.attorney domain to inform potential clients of the services you offer. Differentiating yourself on the Internet is important and the .attorney domain is here to help! Pre-register your domain now!
With a .ATTORNEY domain name, there's so much you can do:
- Distinguished email address - email addresses ending in .attorney stand out with authority and help to establish credibility. Make a strong first impression with an email like John@Smith.Attorney - plus, it looks great on a business card!
- Focused professional sites - a domain under .attorney encourage a new generation of professionals to build a web presence that supports their careers.
- Sophisticated social presence - a domain like Canadian.Attorney is easy to use right away! Simply redirect your new domain to sites like LinkedIn and Avvo to make it easier for clients and colleagues to connect with you online.
Highly Regulated Domain
.attorney is a "Highly Regulated Domain" which is subject to additional requirements mandated by ICANN.
- Legal Compliance: Registrants must comply with all applicable laws, including laws relating to privacy, data collection, consumer protection (including in relation to misleading and deceptive conduct) and applicable consumer laws in respect of fair lending, debt collection, organic farming (if applicable), disclosure of data and financial regulations;
- Health and Financial Information: Registrants must acknowledge and agree that those who collect and maintain sensitive health and financial data must implement reasonable and appropriate security measures commensurate with the offering of those services, as defined by applicable law;
- Abuse Contact Information: Registrants must provide administrative contact information, which must be kept up-to-date, for the notification of complaints or reports of registration abuse, as well as the contact details of the relevant regulatory, or industry self-regulatory, bodies in your main place of business;
- Possession of Necessary Credentials: Registrants must represent that he/she possesses any necessary authorizations, charters, licenses and/or other related credentials for participation in the sector associated with such Highly Regulated TLD; and
- Report Material Changes to Credentials: Registrants must report any material changes to the validity of the Registrant’s authorizations, charters licenses and/or other related credentials for participation in the sector associated with the Highly Regulated TLD to ensure the Registrant continues to conform to the appropriate regulations and licensing requirements and generally conduct activities in the interests of the consumer served.