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Cookie Policy

This is the Centre for Legal Leadership's Cookie Policy.

Your information will be held by Reynolds Porter Chamberlain LLP (RPC LLP/we/us/our), which is part of the RPC Businesses that this website www.legalleadership.co.uk (Website) supports. The RPC Businesses are a network of affiliated firms comprising RPC LLP in England, Reynolds Porter Chamberlain in Hong Kong and RPC Premier Law Pte Ltd in Singapore.

The Centre for Legal Leadership (CLL) is a trading name of RPC LLP a limited liability partnership, registered in England and Wales with registered number OC317402, whose registered office is at Tower Bridge House, St Katharine's Way, London E1W 1AA. It is a body corporate, which has members whom we refer to as "partners". The firm is regulated by the Solicitors Regulation Authority. A list of partners' names is available for inspection at the registered office.

CLL is committed to ensuring that your privacy is protected. We aim to be as open and transparent as possible around the information we collect when you visit our Website including through the use of "cookies". This policy explains what cookies are and how we use them. It also explains the different types of cookies we use, and how you can change or delete them. We hope that this policy helps you understand and feel more confident about our use of cookies. If you have any queries, please contact us by emailing data-enquiries@rpc.co.uk.

We may update this cookie policy at anytime and we would encourage you to review this policy from time to time to remain informed about how we use cookies. This policy was last updated in February 2021. 

For information about how we collect and use your personal information more generally, please see our Privacy Policy.

1. What is a cookie?

1.1 Cookies are small text files downloaded and stored by your browser onto your computer. They are widely used in order to make websites work or work in a better, more efficient way. They can do this because websites can read and write these files, enabling them to recognise you and remember important information that will make your use of a website more convenient (e.g. by remembering your user preferences) such as your username and password, and they also allow us to improve our site.

1.2 We may work with third party organisations to provide the services on our Website. A third party is an organisation which is not hosted at the domain address in your browser when you visit our Website. These third parties may also use cookies on our Website and can also place cookies on your browser without you visiting their website directly. If you would like more information about third party cookies, please read section 3 below.

1.3 The two types of cookies used on our Website are known as "session" cookies and "persistent" cookies. These may be cookies which we use and/or a third party uses.

1.3.1 A session cookie is used each time you visit our Website to give you a session ID. We use this type of cookie to link your actions on our Website and each session cookie will only last for a browser session. Each browser session will start when you open your browser window and finish when you close your browser window. After your visit to our Website all session cookies are deleted. Every time you visit our Website you will have a different session ID.

1.3.2 A persistent cookie has a longer lifetime than a session cookie and lasts for the period of time specified in the cookie (this will vary from cookie to cookie). This type of cookie will not be deleted when you close your browser window and will be activated every time you visit our Website.

2. What cookies does CLL use on the Website?

A list and details of the cookies we use on our Website, together with the date the list was last updated, can be found by clicking the "Show details" button on the cookie banner displayed on our Website. The list is updated on a monthly basis.

We have classified each of the cookies we use on our Website as one of the following:

  • necessary cookie;
  • statistics cookie
  • marketing cookie; and
  • unclassified cookie

Necessary cookies

2.1 Why does CLL use necessary cookies?

Necessary cookies are essential to enable you to move around the website and use its features, such as forms. Without necessary cookies, we may not be able to provide certain services which you have asked for and our Website is unlikely to work as you would expect.

2.2 How do I consent to use of necessary cookies?

Accepting necessary cookies is a condition of using our Website and you cannot decline consent.

Statistics cookies

2.3 Why does CLL use statistics cookies?

Statistics or 'analytics' cookies allow us to understand how visitors use and move around our Website. We use this information to inform the ongoing optimisation of our Website based on user behaviours and needs.

2.4 How do I consent to use of statistics cookies?

By ticking the relevant box on the cookie banner displayed on our Website.

Marketing cookies

2.5 Why does CLL use marketing cookies?

Marketing cookies are primarily used by YouTube and other networks to help them develop a profile of your interests so that only content that is interesting for you is displayed on other websites. We may also use them to measure the effectiveness of campaigns.

2.6 How do I consent to use of marketing cookies?

By ticking the relevant box on the cookie banner displayed on our Website.

Unclassified Cookies

2.7 Why does CLL use unclassified cookies?

Unclassified cookies are cookies that we are in the process of classifying, together with the providers of those cookies.

2.8 How do I consent to use of unclassified cookies?

By ticking the relevant box on the cookie banner displayed on our Website.

3. What third party cookies may be used on the Website?

3.1 If you engage with third party organisations through connections on our Website (other than through the marketing cookies described in section 2 of this cookie policy), even if you are not a "logged-in member" of those organisations, they may place cookies on your browser. 

3.2 The cookies placed on your browser by such third parties may inform the third party organisations about your visit to our Website which may then be used by those organisations to deliver targeted messages and advertising to you. In all cases, these cookies are not within our control, we are not responsible for them and we have no access to the information that they gather.  Such cookies are subject to the third party organisations' own cookie policies.  

4. How do I manage cookies using my browser?

4.1 All the major browsers, in their recent versions, have settings which offer a level of control over the cookies which you get and keep. You can set your browser to allow, or block all or selected cookies. For guidance on how to manage cookies, please visit the "Help" section of your browser and search "cookie". You can also find more information on cookies at ico.org.uk/your-data-matters/online/cookies.

4.2 Please note that by deleting cookies or disabling future cookies you may be unable to access certain areas or features of our Website and it will mean that you may need to reset settings such as your stored username and password. If you adjust your cookie settings this will also affect the other websites you visit.