Privacy policy

We are committed to safeguarding the privacy of visitors to our website. This policy explains how we will treat information about you. By using our website you accept this privacy policy. It relates only to this website at,, and any other websites that we may set up from time to time; this website may contain links to other sites, and this policy does not apply to them.

This site and all content in this site may not be copied, reproduced, republished, uploaded, posted, transmitted, distributed, or used for the creation of derivative works without CP Law’s prior written consent, except that CP Law grants you non-exclusive, non-transferable, limited permission to access and display the Web pages within this site, solely on your computer and for your personal, non-commercial use of this Web site. 

This permission is conditioned on you not modifying the content displayed on this site, your keeping intact all copyright, trademark, other proprietary notices and your acceptance of any terms, conditions and notices accompanying the content or otherwise set forth in this site. You may not mirror any of the content from this site on another Web site or in any other media.

Information we collect

CP Law Solicitors may collect certain information when you use our services and/or this website. However our website does not collect any personal information about you unless you choose to give it to us by completing a form or sending us an email The information collected may include:

  • Your name and position;
  • Your address (post and/or e-mail);
  • Your gender and occupation;
  • Your interests; and
  • Other information relevant to client surveys and/or service offers.

CP Law Solicitors may:

  • Send you information which it thinks maybe of interest to you;
  • Provide information relating to you;
  • Provide our contracted service providers, such as our public relations company, with information about our clients;
  • Pass your details to accountants, consultants and other professionals, for the purpose of obtaining professional advice and complying with CP Laws’ contractual obligations; and

When you visit our website your browser does, however, send details of your IP (Internet Protocol) address, and sometimes a web address which will identify organisations visiting the site, together with the date and time and other information about your browser and operating system. We and those who maintain our website record and use this information to evaluate how our website is used.
If you provide your data on a form, you will have the opportunity to restrict the provision or use of your personal information by clicking (if you are completing the form electronically) or ticking (if you are completing a hard copy form) the box to indicate that you do not want your data to be used for marketing purposes.


All our partners and staff are obliged to keep your personal information confidential. We take all reasonable precautions to keep it secure, but note that information in forms and emails is not encrypted and is no more secure than ordinary email.

Your rights

You are entitled to apply for a copy of any information we hold about you and to have any inaccurate information corrected.

Changes to privacy policy

We may revise this policy at any time. If it changes, this page will contain the updated version; please review it regularly.

If you require further information please complete the contact form.