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Domain Name:  JURYLAW.COM (view lowercase
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To be a part of a jury is the right of every American as protected by the Constitution. This could be an informational site about the various laws that are involved with a jury. The legal field is a high paying niche and partnering with a law firm specializing in this type of law could prove very lucrative for both the site owner as well as the law firm who is obtaining the leads.


To be a part of a jury is the right of every American as protected by the Constitution. This could be an informational site about the various laws that are involved with a jury. The legal field is a high paying niche and partnering with a law firm specializing in this type of law could prove very lucrative for both the site owner as well as the law firm who is obtaining the leads.
 
 
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Yofie of DotWeekly.com

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JuryLaw.com has some domain age, as the domain was first registered in 1998 and was never dropped. .net and .org are registered with the .net developed (Spanish Law Site) and the .org not in use (parked).

People do not "pay" to be on a Jury in the US, but people do pay when they need a lawyer and if a Jury is needed in a case, a law firm with fighting cases with a Jury is...
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Better find an attorney with the last name of "Jury" for this one to make any sense. Unless I am missing something, just two niche-related words that don't make sense together in this fashion.
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This one doens't make sense. Worked at a law firm for several years, and I can't see anyone buying this one. But sometimes things don't make sense and people plop down good money for such things. Heaven knows the Lawyer's have the dough to spend. 2 catchy words that make absolutely no sense together. Doesn't work for me.
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JuryLaw.com is short and easily spelled. Those are the pluses. However, it's bit too generic to trademark. Law is a strong keyword. The age and keywords might help get the site ranked.

Perhaps a law practice would like to claim expertise with juries and use this domain name. The lay person, however, might not make such a distinction, but might be easily...
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The only situations I can think to use a name such as this is:

1) A lawyer/judge named Jury
2) an information site regarding the laws surrounding jury duty
3) Some sort of "Runaway Jury" spinoff tv show

I really hope for the 3rd option, but I don't see any of them happening.
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I'm leaving this one to the marketplace. Eric's comment about finding a lawyer with a last name "Jury" would bring immediate value to this but that value is for the end user to determine. The combo of the two words doesn't work for me. Juror's are not on trial and do not need the advice of counsel so I would not even register this name - however people buy stranger things.

I know a lot of investors like age - For us, its 100%%%% entirely irrelevant so for the newbies don't buy a name just because it was...
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DN Media of DN Media

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I searched the FindLaw lawyer directory, and there are actually eight attorneys with the last name of Jury. Could be worth rolling the dice on this one in the hopes that one or more of the eight will be interested. If you do drum up interest, I could see a lawyer easily paying low $x,xxx for it. If that fails, you might as well delete it because it won't make anything parked.
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I'm honestly not sure on this domain. Part of me says this domain isn't really worth much because it just mashes two names together and part of my says this domain could be a good catchy brand for thr right buyer if they are a law firm. The bidding will tell and I'll leave it to that.
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Nebraska of Split Testing

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JuryLaw.com is one of those domains that at first glance can get you a bit excited. It kind of sparkles. Being made up of two popular and meaningful keywords is the kindle to that shine, but a more sober look at JuryLaw.com shows some of its limitations.

There have been many good issues pointed out in the other commentaries so I will leave those issues alone and focus on the economy of 'jury law' as a keyword phrase.

If someone wanted to use Google Adwords to bid on the phrase 'jury law' it would only...
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