Date of birth: September 8th, 1961
Joined Alfreton Town: May 14th 2007
The 2012/13 season sees the Reds manager in his sixth consecutive season with Alfreton Town and he is presiding over the team for a second successive season at non league's highest level, the Conference Premier Division after he had guided them to a hugely respectable final 15th place in the table in the 2011/12 campaign.
He led the club to their biggest achievement in the club's 52-year history when he guided them to the Conference North title by a ten-point margin in the 2010/11 campaign.
The richly-deserved title success followed two successive third-placed finishes in Conference North in both the 2008/09 and 2009/10 seasons which brought play-off football in both campaigns, the Reds narrowly losing out 2-1 in the final at Fleetwood Town in May 2010.
In the 2008/09 season, Law also took the club into the FA Cup second round proper for the first time ever.
He was appointed on Monday, May 14, 2007, after resigning his post at Buxton the day before.
He had led the Bucks to promotion after winning the UniBond First Division title and also landing the President's Cup which made it back to back promotions and three cup wins in his two seasons at the Silverlands.
A professional licence as well as UEFA A and B coaching licence holder, Law is the highest qualified manager ever to have taken charge of the Reds.
He has experience in abundance having also managed Grimsby Town, Bradford City and Chesterfield in the Football League, leading the latter to promotion from the old Third Division in the 2000/01 campaign.
He has also held player/coach roles at both Ilkeston Town and Stafford Rangers.