This page gives you information about what cookies are and how we use them. This is required by law. This policy was implemented in March 2011 and was reviewed in May 2018.
What are cookies?
There are two main types of cookie:
- Session cookies – these are deleted when you finish browsing a website and are not stored on your computer longer than this.
- Persistent cookies – these are stored on your computer after you have finished using a website: the website provider can remember your preferences the next time you use it.
Most browsers automatically accept cookies unless you change your internet browser settings. You can restrict, block or delete the cookies which are set by any websites; you can generally do this through your browser settings. These settings are usually found in the ‘options’ or preference’ menu of your internet bar.
If you set your internet browser preferences to block all cookies, you may not be able to access all or parts of our site. If you delete cookies relating to this website we will not remember your cookie preferences.
Cookies can be set by the website you have browsed, i.e. the website displayed in the uniform resource locator (URL) window. These are called first party cookies. Third party cookies are set by a website other than the one you are browsing.
To find out more about cookies, including how to see what cookies have been set and how to manage and delete them, visit www.allaboutcookies.org.
If you have any queries or comments regarding the Cookies policy please email firstname.lastname@example.org
The Information below shows what cookies we use and why.
- Content Management System – Session
The Content Management System (CMS) that runs this website uses a cookie when logging in and is essential for proper website operation. It is only set if you are a registered user, so for most people not set at all. User data is anonymous.
- Google Analytics – Persistent
To understand how people use our site, and to discover areas on our site with issues, we use Google Analytics. Most websites use some sort of analytics program like this. The data it collects helps us see things like how many people visit our site, which country they are from, how many pages they visited, how fast our site loaded, and so on. All data collected is completely anonymous, it does not identify you as an individual in any way.
You should read these terms and conditions carefully before using TLW Solicitors website.
Please note that no sale of products or services takes place on this website. Any agreement to provide legal services will be governed by separate terms and conditions in addition to these terms and will be provided to you separately.