Privacy Policy

Thank you for using our Website. This statement discloses the privacy policy for futurelawpractice.org, including but not limited to apply.futurelawpractice.org, as well as any online features, services and/or programs offered by Website (collectively, “Website”, “our” or “we”). Questions for clarification of this statement or comments may be addressed via email to: support@futurelawpractice.org.

We have adopted this Privacy Policy to further the relationship between us and our users. This statement of our Privacy Policy makes disclosures concerning our collection of information, including personal information, when you use the Website, and how we use and disclose it to others. By using the Website you accept the practices described in this Privacy Policy.


Information We Collect

We collect personal and non-personal information when you provide it to us in the course of using our Website. The personal information that we may collect includes your name, mailing address, phone number, email address, work history, educational background, school transcripts, and resume. The non-personal information that we may collect includes your browser type, the URL of the previous website you visited, your ISP, operating system, and your Internet protocol (IP) Address. The non-personal information is not used by us to personally identify you and is not readily usable for that purpose.

If you communicate with us regarding the Website or program, we collect any information that you provide to us during the course of our communication.

We may use analytic and reporting technologies to record non-personal information such as Internet domain and host names, Internet protocol (IP) addresses, browser software, operating system types, click patterns, and the dates and times that the Website is accessed by you. We may in contract with a third party to help us manage, monitor and optimize our Website and measure the effectiveness of our communications and use of the Website. We may use web cookies (described below) for this purpose.


Our Use of Information for Internal Purpose

We use your personal information primarily for our own internal purposes, such as providing, maintaining, evaluating, and improving our Website and services we offer. We use the non-personal information we collect to track the use of the Website and to assist us in providing, maintaining, evaluating, and improving our Website and the services we offer.


Our Disclosure of Personal Information to Third Parties

We will disclose your personal information to protect or enforce our legal rights and policies, to protect or enforce the legal rights of a third party, or as we in good faith believe we are required to do so by law (such as to comply with a subpoena or court order, for example).

We will disclose your personal information to third-parties who are participating in our program. For example, we will disclose your personal information to employer participants and law school employees. We cannot control how third parties may use your personal information.

We may also contract with various third parties who help us provide, maintain and improve the Website and the services we provide. Such third parties contractors may have access to your personal information in order to perform their services. We may contract with third party contractors to help us manage, monitor and optimize our Website and the services and products we offer and sell. We may also use third party contractors to help us measure the effectiveness of our communications. We will enter into confidentiality and non-disclosure agreements with all third parties contractors that have access to your personal information which will prohibit them from using or disclosing your personal information except for the purpose of providing services to use. We intend to take commercially reasonable steps to enforce such non-disclosure and confidentiality agreements if and when we become aware of any violations.


Our Disclosure of Non-Personal Information to Third Parties

We may disclose non-personal Information, in aggregate form, to potential strategic partners. You may not opt-out of the sharing of this information.


Our Use of Cookies

A cookie is a small file placed on the hard drive of your computer. Most websites use cookies. We will use cookies to track your use of the Website and the services and products we offer and sell, provide you with a more personalized user experience, and to facilitate your logging in to the Website. Cookies used by us will not be linked to your personal information.


How We Protect Your Personal Information

We consider protecting the security of your personal information as very important. When you enter sensitive information such as personally identifiable information on our registration forms, we encrypt that information using secure socket layer technology (sometimes referred to as “SSL”).

We follow generally accepted industry standards to protect personal information submitted to us, both during transmission and once we receive it. No method of transmission over the Internet, or method of electronic storage, is 100% secure. Therefore, while we strive to use commercially acceptable means to protect your personal information, we do not guarantee absolute security. We are not responsible for the unauthorized acts of others and we assume no liability for any disclosure of information due to errors in transmission, unauthorized third party access (such as through hacking) or other acts of third parties, or acts or omissions beyond our reasonable control.


Reviewing and Changing Your Personal Information

You may obtain a copy of and request that we correct errors in your personal information by emailing us at support@futurelawpractice.org. If you do desire to obtain a copy of your personal information, you will be required to provide proof of your identity. If your personal information changes or if you no longer want to subscribe to or use the Website, you may correct or update your personal information and your account through the profile screen. If you wish to deactivate or terminate your account you may email support@futurelawpractice.org.


Application of Privacy Policy You Access Third Party Websites

You may be able to access third party websites directly from the Website. This Privacy Policy does not apply when you access third party websites. We cannot control how third parties may use personal information you disclose to them, so you should carefully review the privacy policy of any third party website you visit before using it or disclosing your personal information to its provider.


Children’s Privacy

Our Website and the services and products we offer and sell are intended for law school students. Therefore, it is unlikely that children under the age of 18 will use the Website. Accordingly, we will not knowingly collect or use any personal information from children that we know to be under the age of 18. In addition, we will delete any information in our database that we know originates from a child under the age of 18.

If you are under the age of 18, you, your parent, or your legal guardian may request that we deactivate any of your personal information in our database and opt-out from receiving communications from us. If you wish to do so, please contact us at support@futurelawpractice.org.


Opting-Out From Receiving Communications From futurelawpractice.org

You may opt-out from having your personal information used for certain purposes. If you no longer wish to receive any other communications from us, you may opt-out by emailing us at support@futurelawpracitce.org. We also offer you an opportunity to opt-out of certain communications through the account management screen. If you need assistance you may contact us at support@futurelawpractice.org.


Changes in Privacy Policy

This Privacy Policy is subject to change from time to time. We will update our policy on our Website whenever there is a change in our Privacy Policy. The date of this version of our Privacy Policy is January 1, 2018.

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