DiscoverLaw.org is owned by the Law School Admission Council (LSAC). We are committed to providing you the best possible online service and experience, and your privacy on the Internet is important to us. As part of the operation of DiscoverLaw.org, certain types of information are gathered about DiscoverLaw.org users, and we would like to explain the types of information we gather, and what we do with it.
Two types of personally identifying information are collected from DiscoverLaw.org users: personal data that users supply to us voluntarily (such as names and email addresses), and aggregated data (such as information about DiscoverLaw.org traffic patterns).
Personal data is collected when users voluntarily provide such data when registering for a DiscoverLaw.org account. This data will be transferred to LSAC for inclusion in a larger database of LSAC account holders. This information is never shared with third parties for commercial purposes.
“Cookies” are used by DiscoverLaw.org to collect information. A cookie is a small data file that most major websites write to your hard drive for record-keeping purposes when you visit them. Cookies allow activity to be measured on DiscoverLaw.org and are used to improve your user experience. This information is never shared with third parties for commercial purposes.
The personal and aggregated information we collect through our traffic analysis software is used for multiple purposes. The information is used to improve the content of the website, to customize the content and/or layout of the website for each individual user, and to be able to implement and provide a more user-friendly site that meets the system requirements of users.
By using the DiscoverLaw.org website, you consent to the collection and use of your information by DiscoverLaw.org and LSAC as described in this policy.
LSAC fully cooperates with law enforcement agencies in identifying those who use our services, including DiscoverLaw.org, for illegal activities. We reserve the right to release information about users who we believe are in violation of our content guidelines. We also reserve the right to report to law enforcement agencies any activities that we reasonably believe to be unlawful.
LSAC wants you to be aware that when you click on links that take you to third-party websites, you will be subject to the third parties’ privacy policies. While we support the protection of privacy on the Internet, LSAC cannot be responsible for the actions of third parties.
By using the DiscoverLaw.org website, you consent to the collection and use of this information by DiscoverLaw.org with the understanding that DiscoverLaw.org is affiliated with the Law School Admission Council and that the Law School Admission Council may also use this information.
This statement and the policies outlined herein are not intended to and do not create any contractual or other legal rights in or on behalf of any party.