he Association of the Bar of the City of New York (hereinafter “NYCBAR”) uses personally identifiable information to permit it to contact members regarding Association activities, services and products; to permit members to contact each other directly; and to process requests and order forms.
The NYCBAR website may be used to order products and services, pay dues, and reserve and pay for programs. These activities are conducted in a secure environment.
NYCBAR provides contact information on its website of members who have provided that information, and the contact information is accessible on the password-protected portion of the website designed for members-only access. In addition, members may edit the contact, biographic and demographic information in the NYCBAR database, and each individual member’s data is accessible to that member, through use of that member’s password. We share your personal information only with companies with whom the Association sponsors products and services for the benefit of our members.
NYCBAR may provide the opportunity for members to join forums, discussion groups, listservs, electronic mailing lists or similar online activity. Each such communication, and group e-mails transmitted by NYCBAR, allow the recipient to unsubscribe.
NYCBAR is not responsible for the privacy policies or practices of any website linked through the NYCBAR website.