Tees Valley Law Society Cookie Policy

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Cookies are typically used to allow a website to maintain recognition of a site user as they browse between the pages of the site. Cookies do not typically carry any personal information nor information that can be used to identify an individual, however they can be used to track users' progress as they browse the internet.

Any cookies that our website may deploy are used entirely for the purposes of improving the experience of site users, and to allow us to understand the way in which users interact with our website so that we may seek to further improve the experience.

We do not deploy any cookies that personally identify users of our site. However in certain circumstances, such as when completing a form on the site, data may be generated that if analysed may allow a cookie to be used to identify a specific person. We will not perform any such analysis unless required to do so in order to comply with an order from the relevant legal authorities.

Some cookies deployed by our website may be generated by third parties who provide to the site services such as (but not exclusively) analytics, data frameworks, and security features.

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