Privacy Policy and Collection of Information

QC LAW

QC Law is committed to protecting the privacy of your personal information.

The primary purpose by which we at QC Law collect your personal information is to provide you with legal services and/or advice. We may also use or disclose the personal information for another purpose, such as to inform you of updates and changes in the law, to provide a referral, as an intermediary, for auditing purposes or invitations to QC Law events. You may choose not to receive such communications at any time by advising our office.

QC Law’s process for collecting personal information may vary as usually we would seek the information from you direct, but from time to time may be provided from a third party such as your accountant or other associated party that discloses information to us in order for us to provide you with the legal service.

Under our professional obligations, we are also required to issue you with a client service agreement and disclosure notice for some matters. For this reason we will need to collect your contact details before providing the legal services.

If you choose not to provide us with the requested personal information, we may not be able to provide you with the legal services.

QC Law do not usually disclose your personal information to other entities, unless it is necessary to provide you with the legal services, you have requested or authorised us to disclose the information to another entity or as otherwise required by law.

If you have any concerns about the privacy of your personal information, please consult our office on +61 7 5657 1928 or by email us at epost@qclaw.com.au