Privacy Policy

Your Privacy Matters

Express Solicitors Limited collects personal data from various classes of individual through the course of our activities. In doing so we respect your right to privacy and treat our obligations under Data Protection law very seriously.

Depending on the relationship we have with you, we need to give you different information about how we process your data. You can find out more by reading the Privacy Notice that applies to you based on your relationship with us. In some circumstances more than one Privacy Notice may apply to you.

If you have any difficulty understanding the information contained in these pages then please let us know by emailing [email protected]

Four our General Privacy Notice please click here
For our Website User Privacy Notice please click here
For our Client Privacy Notice please click here
For our Defendant Privacy Notice please click here
For our Staff Privacy Notice please click here

Express Solicitors Limited is accredited by Lexcel and holds the Cyber Essentials Plus certification which reflect the good practices employed by Express Solicitors Limited both procedurally and technologically to ensure that our systems and processes offer protection of your data at all times.

Our systems and processes are constantly under review and this page and the related Privacy Notice pages will be updated to reflect changes to these and changes to Data Protection law more generally.

Page last updated 29th May 2018.

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