The Law

The Law

The Law may refer to:
* Laws
* The Law (band)
* The Law (Scotland band)
* "The Law (1974 film)" (1974 film)
* "The Law (1990 film)", a 1990 film also known as "Tilaï"
* "The Law (1959 film)", a 1959 film with Gina Lollobrigida (original title: La Legge)
* "The Law" (1849 book) by Frédéric Bastiat
* "The Law" (album) by Exhorder
* The Law, a peak of the Ochil Hills
* "The Law", a song by Leonard Cohen on the album "Various Positions"
* "The Law", nickname of Dan Law Field, home of the Texas Tech Red Raiders baseball team
* Torah in Jewish culture is also know as "The Law."
* Law or The Law, one of a list of slang terms for police officers.

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