Lawyers in Local Government (LLG) and LLG Legal Training Privacy Statement
Where you provide your information on this website you are giving your data to LLG and our events subsidiary LLG Legal Training. We jointly take decisions on how we control, process and protect your data. We comply with all relevant legislation regarding the protection, storage and use of your data. We have set out explicitly how we use your data below.
After you have been registered for three years, we will get in touch to confirm that you are still happy to remain registered and receive the information below. At that point in time if we do not hear from you we will cease all communications to you.
Data you provide when you register as a member
We will only use the data you provide in the registration process for the purposes of administering your membership. In registering as a new member on the website you are consenting to receive communications regarding your membership as outlined below, however if you ever wish to change or stop the way we use your data you can contact us directly at any time. We will never sell your data, use your data for profiling, automated decision making, or targeting or give access to your data to any other organisations for marketing or any other purposes than specific member benefits you have requested.
Specifically, we will use your member registration information to send you:
1.The weekly bulletin (for full members)
2.Information regarding Weekend School and the Governance Conference
3.Notices of any new member benefits that are launched e.g. bursaries or schemes
4.Notices regarding the annual AGM
We will also use your data to
If you specifically register within the website additionally to join an SAA or Branch then you will receive communications specific to that Branch or SAA.
We will only ever share data with a third party where you have specifically opted into a membership benefit that is administered by a third party, for example the MO Handbook hosted by Thompson Reuters or the MO Defence Scheme which is run by an external third party.
Data you provide when you sign up for the LLG Legal Training mailing list
We only send emails regarding the LLG Legal Training programme of courses and training for public sector lawyers to individuals who have specifically opted in to receive them and have highlighted their preferences regarding topics. If you would like to opt in to receive information on training and courses in areas of specific interest to you, you can do so via this link.
If at any time at all you would like to contact us to make a change to how we use your data, to request that we no longer use your data or to make any requests regarding your data then please contact: email@example.com Verification, updating or amendment of personal data takes place within a week of the request however changes may take up to 28 days to take force across all of our systems.
If you would like to make a subject access request or exercise any of your rights under GDPR such as the right to be forgotten please get in touch with firstname.lastname@example.org.
Some legal bits (we are lawyers after all):
When we refer to LLG in this policy and elsewhere on this website we are referring to Lawyers in Local Government. Lawyers in Local Government is the representational body for all lawyers and governance officers working in local authorities and similar organisations. Lawyers in Local Government is a members' company limited by guarantee - Registered in England No. 08379439 Registered Office: Sycamore House, Sutton Quays Business Park, Sutton Weaver, Runcorn, Cheshire, WA7 3EH
When we refer to LLG Legal Training in this policy and elsewhere on this website we are referring to LLG Enterprises Limited trading as LLG Legal Training also registered to Sycamore House, Sutton Quays Business Park, Sutton Weaver, Runcorn, Cheshire, WA7 3EH. Registered in England & Wales no. 5127694.