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Church & Grace


Our Policy

Church and Grace understands the importance of safeguarding your personal information, and collects and stores all personal information in accordance with the National Privacy Principles 1988 (Privacy Act).

We also comply with the Spam Act 1993 in relation to the transmission of emails.

The type of information we collect

We collect personal information from our clients and on their behalf in order to provide legal service and representation. We may also have information provided to us by other legal firms and professionals during the course of conducting legal proceedings. We further may collect personal information in relation to prospective employees as provided to us by recruitment agencies and individuals.

The information we collect may include personal or business contact details, financial information and other personal information as required during the course of providing legal service to our clients.

Information collected from our website

When individuals visit our website they will have the following information recorded by our Internet Service Provider (ISP):

  • Internet address
  • Domain name
  • Date and time of visit to our website

Our website uses cookies for website development only, by recording pages that are visited frequently. If you do not wish your internet browser to accept cookies please change your browser settings.

Any other information collected via our website is provided to us voluntarily.

How we manage your information

All information we collect is used to provide and market legal services to our clients. We may disclose information to other legal advisors and experts during the course of our engagement or during legal proceedings in order to provide our clients with representation and advice. In all other circumstances consent is required to communicate information to third parties.

We are bound by the obligations of legal professional privilege, and we take all reasonable steps to ensure that the information we collect is accurate, complete and stored in a secure environment.

We have strict security measures in place to ensure physical and electronic access to information is restricted. However, the Internet is a non-secure public medium, and information sent to us through the Internet is liable to security breach, and is sent at the sender’s risk.

Accessing your information

Our clients may access personal information we hold concerning them, except in such circumstances where access may be denied under the Privacy Act 1988.

Please contact our Privacy Officer to make a request for access to your information. Where appropriate you may be charged a fee for costs incurred in the provision of complying with the request.

If access is denied, you will be provided with the reasons for our decision.

Changing your details

If you believe that any information we hold about you is inaccurate, please contact our Privacy Officer to discuss.

Contact Us

Privacy Officer
Church & Grace
Level 3, 65 Martin Place

Tel:02 9233 1155
Fax: 02 9221 6771