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Cookies And Privacy


What are cookies and what are they used for?

Cookies are small encrypted text files that are stored on your computer, tablet or phone hard disk by this website.

Like most other websites, Bloomsbury Law’s website uses cookies to collect data and information about the website usage. The information we collect is not personally identifiable information but only information about how you browse the website. This helps us continue to improve our website and our service to our clients.

You may change your website browser settings to reject cookies. However, this may reduce this sites functionality. To learn how to disable cookies or opt out of their usage please visit www.aboutcookies.org

Which cookies are used on this website?

Functional cookies
The cookies listed below cannot be disabled, as each of
them is needed for the functionality of the Bloomsbury Law website.

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These cookies are used to store information
from sessions for the functionality of a website. Bloomsbury Law
uses these cookies when completing the ‘keep informed’ form, to
save the information between steps. Sessions are deleted when the
browser is closed. This cookie does not share
any information with a third party.

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Google Analytics





The cookies that Google Analytics uses are to
track user activity, which are used to generate reports for Bloomsbury Law. Each of these cookies expires after a specific number of days.

For more information please see http://www.google.com/intl/en/privacypolicy.html


How long will the cookies remain on my computer?

The cookies will remain in the cookies file of your browser after the closing of the browser, and will become active again when the Site is reopened, until removed.  The cookie(s) can be deleted at any time by you. The cookies are only collected during your access and use of the site.

Third party cookies

The single session and persistent cookies are provided on our behalf by a trusted third party service provider to aid in the reporting of user behaviour on the Site. The information collected is not linked to personally identifiable information in any way.

To help us analyze the use of this site we use Google analytics. Google Analytics generate statistical and other information about website use by means of cookies, which are stored by users’ web browsers on their computer. The information generated relating to our website is used to create reports about the use of the website. Google hold this information and provide us access to it. Google’s privacy policy is available at http://www.google.com/privacypolicy.html


We respect your right to privacy

You are not required to provide us with any personal information to use this website. Any details or personal information provided by you via this website or in your interaction and correspondence with our lawyers and other personnel may be added to our database.

Privacy and security is a serious matter, and we will not rent, sell or disclose your contact details to any other third party. The personal information will only be used in accordance with this policy.

By using the Bloomsbury Law Website and submitting your information to us you agree to use your personal information in accordance with this policy. We reserve the right to change or modify this privacy policy at all times. Changes will be posted on this page.

What information will we collect?

We will collect information submitted by you through the information submission boxes and forms on this website. We will also collect data about your use of the Bloomsbury Law website and through our interaction and correspondence with you.

Questions and access to personal information

Should you like to see, amend or update the information we hold about you or if you have any questions or comments regarding our cookies and privacy policy, you can contact us at info@bloomsbury-law.com.

In accordance with the Data Protection Act 1998, Bloomsbury Law Solicitors is registered as a ‘Data Controller’ on the public Register of Data Controllers as maintained by the Information Commissioner.