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Stenning's Chambers Privacy Policy

Stenning's Chambers Limited (trading as Stenning’s Chambers) is an incorporated legal practice located in the Cayman Islands, established under regulations 9 and 10 of the Legal Practitioners (Incorporated Practice) Regulations 2006 and has limited liability.

This Privacy Policy sets out how Stenning's Chambers, hereinafter referred to as "Chambers" collects and processes data acquired and transmitted through this website (the “Site”).

Chambers processes data, whether on individuals (including personal data in respect of individuals who are clients, intermediaries or other third parties Chambers interacts with, or any individual connected to those parties) companies or otherwise.

Any questions relating to this Privacy Policy or requests in respect of personal data should be addressed in writing to the Head of Chambers, by email to or by hand-delivered letter to James Stenning. Head of Chambers, Stenning’s Chambers, The Highlands, 201 Hillard Drive, West Bay, Grand Cayman, Cayman Islands.

Chambers recognises that its website users have a legitimate interest in maintaining their privacy. This Privacy Policy describes our data collection, usage, and dissemination practices and applies to our websites, plugins, and tools. "Personal Information" that personally identifies you, including, for example, your name, address, and email address.

When you visit (referred to as the "Site"), you consent to the practices described in this Privacy Policy by using this Site.

Chambers recognise the importance of protecting the privacy and safety of children. This Site is not for use by young people/children under the age of 16 years. Chambers are unable to provide legal services directly to children and young persons under the age of 16 years in any event, other than through a guardian, guardian ad item,  parent or parent ad item engaging us/instructing us on their behalf.

The data held by Chambers

Chambers processes data to provide and market their legal services relating to Cayman Islands law. Chambers does not supply legal advice outside of Cayman Islands Law. The data we may collect and process through this Site includes:

  • Contact details (including names, postal addresses, email addresses and telephone numbers which data we may combine with publicly available information);
  • Data submitted by an applicant through a job application form and/or letter;
  • Data submitted by you through a survey;
  • IP address;
  • Certain types of demographic information;
  • Web page analytics and usage information, such as web page activity, links clicked, and videos watched;
  • Geolocation data;
  • Information required to allow Chambers to meet legal and regulatory requirements, in particular in respect of anti-money laundering legislation, including information as to the source of funds and source of wealth for those instructing Chambers in relation to any matter;
  • Information provided in the course of the provision of legal services (for examples, information on professional relationships and background, financial wealth and assets held, transactions entered into, tax status, disputes and court proceedings engaged in);
  • Financial information, such as payment/credit card information and credit rating information;
  • Professional interests and events attended (including images or video obtained during visits to events hosted by Chambers or at our offices);
  • Meetings attended and visits to our offices;
  • Any other information that you may provide to us.
  • Data submitted by you signifies that you are opting in to receive information about our services. Some of this information, including IP addresses, are stored in our log files along with the date and time.
  • Cookies

We may use cookies and related technologies to collect information about you, to improve the Site, and provide targeted information to you. Cookies help us to personalise your online experience. If you choose to decline cookies, you will not fully experience the features of the Site. Most Internet browsers have options for controlling, disabling, and deleting cookies on your computer. This Privacy Policy does not cover the use of cookies by third parties.


We use organisational, technical, and administrative measures to protect personal information under our control. When you submit information through a form on the Site, we may encrypt the transmission of that information. However, no data transmission over the internet or any other network can be guaranteed to be 100% secure. While we strive to protect information transmitted on or through the Site, we do not guarantee the security of any information.  All data/information that is provided to (or through) this Site by the actions of a user of the Site (be it the user themselves, their employee or agent)  is done so at their own risk.

How We May Use Your Information
  • We may use your information in the following ways:
  • To fulfil your requests;
  • To communicate with you about the information you requested;
  • To contact you and send you emails that may be of interest to you;
  • To contact you via surveys about your opinion of current services or of potential new services;
  • To infer whether you are a good candidate for our products and services;
  • To remember information you entered on the Site;
  • To improve our websites, services, and products;
  • To customise the content of the Site, newsletters and emails that you receive and see;
  • To conduct research and provide anonymous statistical reporting.
How Your Information May Be Shared

We may share your information with our trusted partners who work on our behalf. These partners may use your information to help us communicate with you.

We may or may not work with ad networks that display targeted advertisements based on your information. These ad networks may make inferences based on your information to provide targeted ads. They may collect and aggregate information about you and/or make inferences based on your information to serve targeted ads to you.

We may be required (and you as a user of this Site agree) to share your information with regulatory and law enforcement agencies (to include judicial administration) as the case may be necessary and in any event at our sole discretion.

How to Opt-Out from Emails

If you do not want to receive emails from us, you can opt-out or change your preferences at any time by sending an email to

Rights of data subjects

Data subjects who have data held by Chambers may have certain rights in respect of data. Any such data subject wishing to exercise any rights under an applicable data protection law (including the right to withdraw any consent to the processing, previously given right to access to data, or to have data corrected, updated, rectified or erased; or for access to data to be restricted or provided to any third party; or to object to any particular processing) should send their request in the first instance to the Head of Chambers

In any case in which a data subject chooses not to provide any personal data or where any of the rights set out above are exercised to limit the processing of personal data Chambers may be unable to provide relevant services or there may be a restriction on the services which can be provided.

Data Retention

Chambers will only keep data for as long as is necessary. In relation to a client matter or prospective client matter, Chambers will only retain acquired data to fulfil the purposes outlined in this Privacy Policy as well as to comply with Chambers' document retention and destruction policy, as may be amended from time to time. In general, your data and hard copy files will be kept by Chambers for a minimum period of six (6) years from the conclusion instructions. This is subject to certain exceptions (including but not limited to notters involving: immigration; wills and probate; property, conveyancing and trusts where, in each case, records may well be kept indefinitely) or in instances where the personal data is relevant to a dispute or potential dispute after the closure of the matter, or where the data cannot be deleted for legal/regulatory or technical reasons.

Changes to this Privacy Policy

We keep this Privacy Policy under review. Any updates to the same will appear on our website at

Should there be a  conflict as between Chambers' terms and conditions for using the site (located at  and anythings within this Privacy Policy, then the conflicting issues identified within the Privacy Policy shall be of no effect and application.

We reserve the right to change this Privacy Policy at any time.

How to Contact Us

If you have any questions regarding this Privacy Policy or any data which we hold about you, please contact us by email or call on +1 (345) 9450220