5 Paper Buildings has created this privacy statement in order to demonstrate our firm commitment to your privacy. The following discloses our information-gathering and dissemination practices for this web site.
If you have any questions or queries regarding this statement, please contact the person named at the end of this statement.
As part of the on-going process of improving our web site, its content and the service we provide to our clients, we may record information about your computer. The information collected is limited to details of the web browser used, the operating system version, current screen resolution and colour depth, your domain name and the domain from which you are making your request. Unless you are the sole owner and user of the domain, we would not be able to identify you personally. This means your session will be logged, but who you are remains anonymous to us.
We use the information collected in this way to produce aggregate reports on visitor demographics and traffic patterns solely for our own use. This allows us to improve and tailor the content and design of the site.
On several pages you may be asked to provide us with a variety of details such as your name, firm or company, email addresses, etc. We do not gather this or any other more personal information without your knowledge and active permission and participation.
Personal information that has been volunteered to us is not made available to any third parties or combined with data from third parties.
Where you give your consent, we may make use of the information to contact you via email or postal mail (e.g. to send newsletters, brochures, etc.).
Should you wish to have your information removed from any of our mailing lists or believe the information we have is incorrect, please contact the person named at the end of this policy.
This site contains links to other web sites and 15 New Bridge Street Chambers is not responsible for the privacy practices or the content of such sites.
As you browse websites on the Internet small markers known as cookies may be stored on your computer or device. Cookies are often used by webistes to make the website easier to navigate and provide features and interactivity to its visitors.
By using this website you are permitting us to store the cookies needed and it is important that we explain to you what cookies are being used and why.
So we can find out more how people use this website we make use of the Google Analytics service. This service records non-personal information about visitors when they arrive and move around the website and provides us with an overview of how the website is being used. To do this Google Analytics will store cookies with the following names on your computer or web browsing device:
The system used to deliver this website also uses a cookie to keep track of your session as you move around the site. No personal information is stored in this cookie and when you leave the cookie is automatically removed from your computer or web browsing device. The session cookie will have a name of the form:
We recognise the need to ensure that information gathered through our web site remains secure and our site has security measures in place to protect the loss, misuse and alteration of the information under our control.
Access to information volunteered by visitors to our web site is limited only to members and employees of chambers. Access to information gathered automatically is limited only to members and employees of chambers, our Internet Service Provider and our Visitor Statistics provider.
Any member or employee who violates our privacy and/or security policies may be subject to appropriate action, including possible civil and/or criminal prosecution.
If you have any questions about this privacy statement, the practices of this site, or your own dealings with this Web site, please contact:
Chambers' Business Manager
5 Paper Buildings Temple London EC4Y 7HB
Telephone: 020 7842 1380