Cookies Policy

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Cookies are small text files that are placed on your computer, smartphone or other device when you access the Internet. This Site uses cookies to allow users to navigate around the Site and, where applicable, lets us tailor our content to fit the needs of visitors who access the Site and to improve the user experience. Information collated from cookies helps us recognise you on subsequent visits so that you don’t have to re-enter your registration details each time you visit us.

We use cookies within the online forms in this Site. Without cookies enabled you may not be able to submit questions to us or request to join our mailing list. While the online forms will provide information to us about you based upon the data you choose to enter into the fields on the form, the cookies themselves do not contain or store any personal data.

If you do not want us to use cookies then depending on the type of browser you are using, you may be able to configure your browser so that it accepts or rejects cookies on an individual basis, or you may be able to prevent your browser from accepting any cookies at all. You should be aware that rejecting cookies may affect your ability to use some of the goods and/or services at this Site. If cookies are not enabled, we cannot be sure that your online experience of the JS Law website will be as we intended.

We may use Google Analytics on this Site. Google Analytics is a popular web analytics service provided by Google Inc. Google Analytics uses cookies to help us to ascertain how users navigate the Site, lets us monitor and manage website traffic, and can help us improve the JS Law website design and user experience. You can learn more about how these Google Analytics cookies are used on the Google Privacy site.