Hallam Solicitors Privacy Policy


Here at Hallam Solicitors, we take our visitors’ privacy very seriously. We have therefore created this privacy policy to provide information about the data we collect from our site users, the reason why it is collected and how it may be used.

Please take a few moments to read through our privacy policy. By continuing to use the Hallam Solicitors website, we will assume that you have read and accepted the terms outlined below.

We take your privacy very seriously.

 Collecting data

Hallam Solicitors will collect data, such as your IP address, so that we can send information to you and receive it from you, whilst you are using our website. If you wish to make an enquiry or send communications via our online contact form, you will be asked to provide information such as your name, address, email address and telephone number. We may also collect information from you using cookies. Please read the section below to find out more information about our cookie usage.

 We use computer cookies to collect information about our website users.

 How we use cookies

Hallam Solicitors uses cookies to collect information about users and determine how they interact with our website.

Cookies are small files that are downloaded to and stored on a browser. They are designed to send information back to our website, so that we will be able to recognise you and remember your preferences when you next pay us a visit.

We use cookies to gather information about our website users and how they interact with our website, so that we can make improvements to its user experience for future visitors.

We may use two types of cookies to collect information from you. The first are session cookies, which will only remain on your browser until you close it. The second type is known as persistent cookies and will remain on your browser for a while longer. These are designed to help us provide you with a more personalised experience next time you visit our website.

If you are not happy with Hallam Solicitors using cookies to collect information from you, you can disable them within your website browser. Please keep in mind that some parts of the Hallam Solicitors website may be inaccessible if you choose to block our cookies.

How we use your personal data

As stated above, we will use the information we collect to create a better online experience. We will also use any personal data you provide us with via our online contact form to process your request. Once your request has been processed, we will discard of your data responsibly.

Hallam Solicitors operates in full compliance with the Data Protection Act 1988. We will keep your data stored securely and discard of it once it is no longer of use.

We will never pass or sell your information onto third parties, without first getting your permission. Nor will we send you email or written communications to the email and address provided, unless you have explicitly asked to receive them.

If you wish to find out what information we have about you on file or would like it removing, please get in touch and we will ensure your request is processed immediately.


Third party websites

Please keep in mind that this privacy policy only applies to http://hallamsolicitors.co.uk/. We are not responsible for any third party websites that we link to or who link to us. These third party websites will be governed by their own privacy policies and therefore recommend that you read them through before continuing to use their websites.


Changes to our privacy policy

Hallam Solicitors reserves the right to make changes to this privacy policy at any given time, without prior notice to our site users. We therefore recommend that you re-visit this page each time you visit the Hallam Solicitors website, so you can keep up to date with any changes to our policy.

Thank you for taking the time to read through our privacy policy. If you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to get in touch.



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