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Paris Place de Droit is strongly committed to take all necessary measures to ensure it complies with the applicable regulations, in particular the General Data Protection Regulation (EU) 2016/679 on the protection of personal data (hereinafter GDPR and the Law of 6 January 1978, referred to as the « Law on Information Technology, Data Files and Civil Liberties ».

By using the Paris Place de Droit website (the “Site”), the user (the « User ») agrees to this Privacy Policy (the “Policy”). This Policy is intended to set out the terms and conditions under which the User’s data will be processed in connection with the User’s utilisation of the Site.

Paris Place De Droit reserves the right to modify this Policy at any time. If a change is made, Paris Place de Droit will publish the new version on the Website with the last date of update. It is therefore the User’s responsibility to check the Site regularly to stay informed of any changes.


Your data is collected by :

Paris Place de Droit
2-4 rue de Harlay
75001 Paris Île-de-France, FR SIRET
N°: 84115689600018


A « Personal data” is any data relating to an identified or identifiable natural person, whether directly or indirectly.
In the course of operating the Website, Paris Place de Droit may process certain personal data. In this respect, Paris Place de Droit undertakes to process only the data which are strictly necessary for the purposes sought, in particular for recruitment and communication with users.

DATA Paris Place De Droit COLLECTs FROM the user

In order to benefit from the services offered on the Site, it is necessary to proceed to a quick registration involving the communication of certain personal data.

– When the User fills in the contact form allowing to send an application, Paris Place de droit asks the User to provide his/her identity (Name) and contact information (E-mail), as well as to specify the subject and body of his/her message.

– When the User fills in our online recruitment form, Paris Place De Droit requires the User to provide his/her identity (Name) and contact information (E-mail). The User also has the possibility to send Paris Place De Droit information about his/her profile (lawyer, trainee, administrative), as well as a curriculum vitae and a covering letter in a suitable format.

The collection of this information is necessary for Paris Place de Droit to be able to process the User’s requests in the best possible conditions and time.


When the User browses the Site, Paris Place de Droit may collect, in accordance with the legislation in force and with the User’s prior consent when required, data relating to his/her browsing and the terminals or networks from which the User accesses the Site, such as: the IP address, the browsing path on the site, the content consulted, the preferred language, the type and version of browser used, etc.

This data is collected solely for the purpose of facilitating navigation on the Site and optimising its functionality.


Among the technologies used to operate efficiently and appropriately, Paris Place de Droit uses cookies, small encrypted data files downloaded to the User’s terminal when accessing the Site. They are a means of recognising and remembering the User’s preferences.

In order to offer services adapted to the User’s terminal (computer, mobile or tablet), the cookies used by Paris Place de Droit are intended to :

– Collect information relating to the User’s navigation

– Analyse the frequentation and the use of the Site

The use of this technique enables Paris Place de Droit to process statistics and information on traffic, still with the aim of improving the service for the User’s convenience.


Session cookies which record technical information as the User moves from one page to another on the Site and which disappear as soon as the User leaves the Site.

Functionality cookies, which allow Paris Place De Droit to recognise the User on a new visit to the Site and to adapt it accordingly. These are permanent cookies that remain on the User’s terminal until their lifetime expires or until they are deleted using the browser functions.

Google Analytics cookies: these cookies are used to collect information, in an anonymous way, about the users of the websites. These cookies allow Paris Place De Droit to count visitors and identify the way in which they use the Site. They are deposited and read on the User’s equipment as soon as the User accesses a website using the “Google Analytics” service. Google’s privacy policy can be consulted via this link:


In accordance with current legislation, Paris Place de Droit has updated its confidentiality policy regarding cookies. The User therefore has several options for deleting cookies. Although most browsers are set by default, the User can always choose to deactivate one or more cookies, refuse to accept them or withdraw consent. The User has the choice to accept or refuse cookies on a case-by-case basis or to refuse them in a general and systematic way.

The User also has the possibility of managing the cookies used on the Site by configuring the browsers of various terminals (tablets, smartphones, computers). The configuration of each browser is described in its help menu. In general, this means going to the “Settings” tab, and then to the “Options” or “Preferences” menu.

On Internet Explorer: Tools tab (cog-shaped icon in the upper right-hand corner) / Internet options. Click on Confidentiality and choose Block all cookies. Confirm by clicking on Ok.

On Firefox: At the top of the browser window, click the Firefox button, then go to the Options tab. Click on the Privacy tab. Set the Retention Rules to: use custom settings for history. Finally uncheck it to disable cookies.

On Safari: Click on the menu icon (symbolised by a cog) at the top right of the browser. Select Settings. Click on Show advanced settings. In the “Privacy” section, click on “Content settings”. In the “Cookies” section, you can block cookies.

On Chrome: Click on the menu icon (symbolised by three horizontal lines) at the top right of the browser. Select Settings. Click on Show advanced settings. In the “Privacy” section, click on preferences. In the “Privacy” tab, you can block cookies.

When the User refuses the deposit of a cookie by following the settings outlined above, a cookie is installed and stored on his/her browser to identify this person as the person who refused the installation of cookies. If the User deletes the cookie from his/her browser or reconnect from a different Internet browser or computer, the same procedure should then be undertaken for refusing to deposit cookies.

However, Paris Place De Droit would like to inform the User that, depending on the settings chosen, the conditions of access to the Website and its functions may be altered, for which Paris Place de Droit cannot be held responsible.

Unless the User decides to deactivate the cookies, the fact of continuing to navigate on the Site constitutes consent to the use of cookies.


Paris Place de Droit retains the User’s personal data for no longer than necessary for the purposes for which it was collected and processed, in compliance with the legislation in force. At the end of the retention period, Paris Place De Droit archives the personal data necessary to exercise a right and to prove this right, for the duration of the applicable limitation periods or by virtue of the legal obligations to which Paris Place De Droit is subject.

With regard to the information stored as cookies, as described above, it is kept for a maximum of thirteen (13) months in accordance with the legislation in force.

With regard to applications submitted through the Website, Paris Place de Droit keeps the files (CV and Cover Letter) for a maximum period of two (2) years with a view to a future recruitment, unless the candidate expressly requests the destruction of his/her file.


Paris Place de Droit is committed to implementing organisational, technical and software measures to ensure the physical and computer security of the User’s personal data against any attack: unauthorised access, loss, disclosure, alteration, etc.


The data collected and processed by Paris Place de Droit through the Website are shared with its lawyers, its employees and its administrative staff, who are bound by strict confidentiality. The data may also be transmitted, insofar as necessary, to its identified service providers (in particular IT) for the purposes set out above. Paris Place de Droit does not under any circumstances sell or rent the data collected to third parties, whether in return for payment or free of charge.

For certain cases requiring a particular intervention, it is possible that the data will be transmitted to its foreign offices, in which case all the necessary measures for the security of the User’s data will be implemented.

In addition and where appropriate, this data will be shared with the competent authorities or courts, in particular to meet Paris Place De Droit’s legal and regulatory obligations. In this case, Paris Place De Droit will take all necessary steps to notify the User in advance, unless prohibited by law.
Right to withdraw consent: where processing is based on the User’s consent, the User has the right to withdraw it. However, this withdrawal will not affect the lawfulness of the processing previously carried out with the User’s consent (Art. 7 GDPR)

Right of access: the User may ask to be informed of the information that Cornillier Avocats holds and processes about him/her, and to receive an electronic copy of it at any time. (Art. 15 of the GDPR)

Right of rectification: the User may correct or complete inaccurate personal data (e.g. wrong name or e-mail address) in relation to the purpose of the processing. (Art. 16 GDPR)

Right to deletion: the User has the right to ask Paris Place De Droit to delete his/her personal data, under certain conditions and subject to the exceptions provided for by applicable law (in particular, Cornillier Avocats’ legal obligations). (Art. 17 of the GDPR)

Right to limit processing: in the event that the User objects to the data that Paris Place De Droit processes,, the User may request that Paris Place De Droit limits the processing of these personal data, which Cornillier Avocats will consider as soon as possible. During this time, the User may also ask Paris Place De Droit to freeze the use of these data. Conversely, the User also has the right to request the limitation of processing in the event that Cornillier Avocats wishes to delete them, allowing the User to retain the data, for example for the purpose of exercising a right (Art. 18 of the GDPR)

Right to portability: the User has the right to request the retrieval of the data provided to Paris Place De Droit in a structured and readable format for the User’s own use or for transmission to a third party. (Art. 20 GDPR)

Right of objection: the User, for reasons relating to his/her particular situation, has the right to object to the processing of his/her data for a specific purpose (Art. 21 GDPR)

Right to lodge a complaint with the CNIL: without prejudice to any other administrative or judicial remedy, the User, if considering that the processing of his/her personal data constitutes a breach of the applicable regulations, has the right to lodge a complaint with the CNIL (Art. 77 of the GDPR)


In accordance with the provisions of the legislation in force, in particular the GDPR, the User has a range of rights that can be exercised at any time as a data subject.

The User can exercise all these rights by contacting Paris Place De Droit : -By post at: 2-4 rue de Harlay – 75001 Paris Île-de-France, FR
– By e-mail :


This Privacy Policy is governed by French law, and any dispute arising out of it shall be subject to the exclusive jurisdiction of the courts of Paris.