9 St John Street Chambers and its staff monitor visits to our website. We may collect your name and job title, your contact details including your email address or we may collect demographic information such as postcode, preferences and interests. The information we collect is used to improve the website so that you are able to benefit from it. The information that we collect in this process may identify you as an individual, however, we do not seek to identify individual visitors unless they volunteer their contact details through one of the forms on the site. In some circumstances, our records will identify organisations visiting our site and we may use that information in managing our relationships with those organisations – for example, in considering how to develop the services that we offer them. Various forms on our site invite you to submit your contact details and other information about yourself or your organisation, or to send us emails which will, of course, also identify you. In each case, the purpose for which you are invited to give us information is clear and we also indicate which of the requested information is essential for the relevant purpose and which is optional – fields for essential information are marked with an asterisk.
If we propose to use your details to send you information from 9 St John Street Chambers about barrister bookings, events or legal developments, which we believe may be of interest to you (other than information that you have specifically requested), we give you the opportunity to tell us that you do not wish to receive such information by ticking a box.
We will not use your information for purposes that are not clear when you provide your details and will not disclose them outside 9 St John Street Chambers except in very limited circumstances, for example, with your agreement or where we are legally obliged to do so.
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