Privacy policy

D’Alverny Avocats attaches the utmost importance to the protection and security of the personal data of Users of the website ( (the “Site”), as defined by the French Data Protection Act no. 78-17 of January 6, 1978 (the ” French Data Protection Act “) and Regulation n°2016/679 of the European Parliament and of the Council of April 27, 2016 (the ” Regulations “) (hereinafter referred to as the ” Policy »).

The purpose of this Privacy Policy is to govern the collection, use and access of User Data when Users access the Site and/or wish to use services offered on the Site or request information by contacting d’Alverny Avocats (the “Services”).

By using the Site, each User agrees to this Privacy Policy.

  • 1. Data controller

The data controller is d’Alverny Avocats Aarpi, a law firm located at 166, rue du Faubourg Saint-Honoré, 75008 Paris.

To exercise any of the rights set forth in Article 6 of the Privacy Policy or for any questions, Users may contact d’Alverny Avocats at the following address: or by telephone +33 1 40 98 03 33.

  • 2. Collected data

D’Alverny Avocats processes Data provided by Users or collected through the use of the Services (for example, when a User registers for an event, participates in questionnaires or subscribes to newsletters published by d’Alverny Avocats, or when each User provides personal information as part of the Services offered).

The Data collected may include the following: surname, first name, title, telephone number, e-mail address communicated in a message and possibly a curriculum vitae and, if applicable, a covering letter.

  • 3. Purposes of Data Processing

The processing of User Data is directly related to the relationship between you and d’Alverny Avocats and may concern the provision of services, the follow-up of assignments, contract management, invoicing, the follow-up of the contractual relationship, and the sending of job or internship applications.

Anyone who has sent their e-mail address to d’Alverny Avocats may also receive (i) invitations to events organized by d’Alverny Avocats (breakfasts, training sessions), (ii) informative content (Legal Watch) and (iii) newsletters.

Customers, Users and prospects may inform d’Alverny Avocats that they no longer wish to receive invitations, informational content and/or newsletters by writing to the following address:

  • 4. Basis of data processing

D’Alverny Avocats bases this processing on the legitimate interest of ensuring the proper operation and security of the Site and of developing its relations with its customers, Users, prospects, candidates and partners.

An unsubscribe link will be included in information and/or newsletter emails sent by d’Alverny Avocats.

  • 5. Recipients of Data

The Data collected is reserved for the exclusive use of d’Alverny Avocats, which may use subcontractors.

To protect this Data, d’Alverny Avocats implements the security measures listed in Article 7 below and ensures that the subcontractor(s) it employs provide sufficient guarantees to ensure the implementation of appropriate technical and organizational measures so that the processing of the Data meets the legal requirements in force.

Data may be shared with third parties, including suppliers of d’Alverny Avocats located or using servers located outside the European Union in countries where data protection laws may differ from those of the European Union.

In such a case, d’Alverny Avocats ensures that the transfer guarantees a sufficient level of protection for the privacy and fundamental rights of individuals in accordance with applicable laws and regulations.

You may contact d’Alverny Avocats with any questions or requests for further information regarding these transfers, using the contact details given in Article 1 above.

  • 6. Rights

Under the provisions of the French Data Protection Act and the Regulation, customers and Users have the right to access, rectify, delete, limit or oppose the processing of their Data, the right to define directives relating to the retention, deletion and communication of their Data after their death and the right to the portability of their Data.

Customers and Users have the right to obtain from the controller the limitation of processing in certain cases, for example when they dispute the accuracy of the Data.

The right of opposition is understood as being the possibility offered to customers and Users to refuse that their Data be used for certain purposes.

The right to erasure is understood to be the possibility offered to customers and Users to obtain from the data controller the erasure of Data concerning them in certain situations, for example when such Data are no longer necessary with regard to the purposes for which they were collected or processed.

The right to Data portability is the right for customers and Users to receive the Data concerning them that they have provided to the data controller in a structured, commonly used and machine-readable format, and to transmit this data to another data controller.

To exercise any of the aforementioned rights or for any questions, customers and Users may contact d’Alverny Avocats using the contact details indicated in Article 1 above.

Clients and Users have the right to lodge a complaint with the competent supervisory authority, the Commission Nationale de l’Informatique et des Libertés (“CNIL“), or to obtain redress from the competent authorities if they consider that d’Alverny Avocats has not respected their rights.

  • 7. Data security and confidentiality

Data collected by d’Alverny Avocats are stored in a secure environment.

To ensure the security of Data, d’Alverny Avocats uses the following measures in particular:

    • access control: logins/passwords;
    • Secure access to buildings;
    • computer protection measures (antivirus, security updates and patches);
    • data encryption;
    • firewalls.

You may contact d’Alverny Avocats with any questions or requests for additional information regarding these security measures, using the contact details indicated in Article 1 above.

The confidentiality of such data is required of all persons working for d’Alverny Avocats.

D’Alverny Avocats undertakes to guarantee the existence of adequate levels of protection in accordance with the requirements of the applicable Regulations. However, since no mechanism offers absolute security, there is always a degree of risk when the Internet is used to transmit personal data and information.

D’Alverny Avocats will notify the CNIL and/or the clients and Users concerned of any Data breaches covered by the Regulation.

  • 8. Data retention period

Data is only stored by d’Alverny Avocats for the time required to execute the relationship and for the duration of the processing operations implemented, subject to applicable laws and regulations.

However, Data used for communication purposes is kept for a period of three (3) years from the date of collection or last contact.

  • 9. Cookies

No cookies are collected.

  • 10. Modification of the Privacy Policy

D’Alverny Avocats reserves the right to adapt or modify the Privacy Policy at any time by posting an updated version on the Site.

In the event of modification or update, the revised Privacy Policy will be posted on the Site with the last update date. You should therefore check the Site regularly to stay informed of any changes or updates to the Privacy Policy.

(Last update on 16 January 2024)