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Cookies Notice

You will find information here about what cookies would be set when you visit our website (the “site”).

​This Cookies Notice is kept under regular review and was last updated in January 2023.

​What are cookies?

​A cookie is a small file of letters and numbers that are stored on your browser, the hard drive of your computer or your mobile device, if you agree to them.

​Cookies are safe and only really store information used by your browser. They cannot access any other content on your device, and they do not create malware or viruses.

​There are two main categories of cookies which are “session cookies” and “persistent cookies”.

​Session cookies last for the duration of a user’s visit to our site – the cookies delete themselves when a user closes their browser.

Persistent cookies stay on a user’s device, even when they close the browser.

​Cookies are further broken down into four main types of cookies depending on their purpose;


  1. ​Strictly necessary cookies are required for the operation of our site. Our site cannot function properly without these cookies. This means that when a user logs onto the site, the strictly necessary cookies have to be operating.

  2. Functionality cookies are used to recognise when a user returns to our site. These cookies allow us to remember a user’s preferences (such as in respect of language of the site).

  3. Analytical or performance cookies recognise and count the number of users that access our site and how they move around our site when they are using it (such as which pages of a website they click on).

  4. Targeting cookies record a user’s navigation around our site (a little like analytical or performance cookies) and are used when an organisation wants to make a more personalised experience for a user and to display advertising (where applicable) that would target the user.

​There are “first-party cookies” and “third party cookies”.

​First party cookies are set by us, the site owner. They are stored by the website.

Third party cookies are set by someone other than us (i.e., a third-party supplier) and collects user data for the third party (and is stored on the third party’s server).

How can you manage cookies?

​When you immediately click on our site, you will be presented with a pop-up message that will inform you that only strictly necessary cookies are running and that you will have the option to opt-in to the other categories of cookies running on our site. If you select the option to accept all categories of cookies, then as you continue to use our site, more cookies will be placed on your computer as you have consented to these cookies too.

​If you wish to restrict or block the cookies on your device, you can do this through visiting your browser settings. You may find it useful to see the following:

Cookie settings in Chrome

Cookie settings in Safari for Mac and iOS

Cookie settings in Internet Explorer

Cookie settings in Firefox

​Please note that we are not responsible for the information on any of the websites above.

​If you use your browser settings to block all cookies (including strictly necessary cookies) you may not be able to access all or parts of the website and may mean that you are not able to take full advantage of all the features or services available on our site.

Do cookies collect personal data?

​As cookies allow us to identify some information about you (such as your internet protocol address), it is considered that cookies do collect personal data. We take data privacy seriously and has a robust data privacy compliance program in place. If you would like to find out more about our privacy practices, please see our Privacy Notice here.

Will we make changes to this Cookies Notice?

​We may make changes to this Cookie Notice at any time by posting a new copy of it on our site. Any changes made will take effect immediately.

​How can you contact us?

​If you have any questions in relation to Aria Grace Law CIC’s Cookies Notice, please contact us on

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