Privacy & Cookies
LawNet respects your privacy.
The website creates a 'cookie' or small piece of computer code which is stored in the memory of your computer together with a unique session identifier.
Unless you are personnel of a LawNet member firm using a 'username' and 'password' to enter the 'Members' Area' of the website, we do not collect any information as a result of your use of this website that can be linked to you as an individual.
Additionally, our web server will record the IP address of your computer and details of the website used immediately prior to entering the LawNet website.
The purpose of these two actions is to help us analyse site usage, and to help us develop the content and layout of the LawNet website.
Your use of the site indicates your consent to the collection and storage of information as set out above.
Please be aware that we assume no responsibility for the privacy practices of any website linked and accessible from this website.