At the Collin County Bar Association, protecting your privacy and the confidentiality of your personal information is one of our primary concerns. When you use our web site, we strive to make sure that any personal information you provide to us is protected. We believe it is important that you know how we treat the information about you that we receive on the Internet.
Please read our statement below for more detailed information.
Acceptable Uses of Your Information
Collin County Bar Association may use council membership information to periodically broadcast newsletters, including conference announcements. Each recipient of such a message will have the option to permanently unsubscribe from future communications from CCBA.
Our Commitment to You
The relationship between CCBA and members is extremely important to us. We strive to maintain your trust and confidence in our association, an essential aspect of which is our commitment to protect your personal information to the best of our ability. We believe that you value your privacy, so we will not intentionally disclose your personal information to anyone unless it is required by law, is at your direction, or is permitted by law and necessary to provide you with our services. We have not and will not sell your personal information to anyone.
The Personal Information That We Collect and Communicate
The primary reason that we collect and maintain your personal information is to serve you and administer our relationship with you. The types and categories of information we collect about you include:
- Information we receive from you on applications and other forms to join our membership such as your name, address, telephone number, discipline, and other relevant information; and
- Information about your transactions with us such as event registrations.