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Privacy notice – Mailing List

Last updated: 18 April 2019


Thank you for choosing to sign-up to one of the InterLaw Diversity Forum’s mailing lists, either by signing up directly using a Mailchimp-generated sign-up form, or by giving consent to be added to our mailing lists on Eventbrite when registering for an event. 


The legal basis that we use for processing your data is consent. You can withdraw your consent or change which mailing lists you are on at any time by clicking on the relevant link in any marketing email that you receive from us, without any of your other rights being affected.


Our mailing lists are maintained by Mailchimp, and our marketing communications to our mailing lists are sent using their services. Please see here for Mailchimp’s terms of service, privacy policy, and cookie statement.


Mailchimp enables us to track whether you open our emails and which links you click on in order to help us create content that our readers enjoy. Wherever possible we will aggregate or anonymise this information so that it does not identify individual recipients on our mailing list.


We are committed to only retaining your data for as long as is necessary, or as required by law. We will periodically review who is actively engaging with our mailings, for example by opening or clicking within emails over a set period. If you are no longer active we may remove you from our mailing list. 


We may also need to disclose your information if required to do so by law or as expressly permitted under applicable data protection legislation. We will never sell your data under any circumstances.  We will not share your data with any other organisations other than as above without your express, prior consent.


In accordance with relevant data protection legislation you have the right to:


  • access data that we hold about you;

  • rectify data we hold about you that is inaccurate;

  • erase data that we hold about you;

  • restrict or limit the way that we process data about you.


For any further information about the Interlaw Diversity Forum's policies on data protection, or if you wish to exercise any of your rights, please contact:


Jonathan Leonhart, Head of Operations

InterLaw Diversity Forum

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