Website Cookies

KP Law respects your privacy and the protection of your personal data is important to us. For more information about how we use and protect your personal data please see our Privacy Notice.

This Notice explains how we use cookies (and similar technologies) on our website, our online platforms or mobile application (together, the “Website”).


To make the website work better and to distinguish you from other users, we use cookies. Cookies and similar technologies used on the Website to help recognise your browser or device, maintain your preferences, and provide certain features. For example, we use cookies to keep you logged in on the Website

We use cookie information for the purposes described in this Cookie Notice.


A cookie is a small text file which sits on your device or browser and assists with information flow and functionality. We use cookies to support our Website; for instance, some cookies help with site security or provide information to help us improve the Website. Each cookie performs a specific action.

For instance, cookies can send general information about how the Website is used, which can be used for maintenance and improvement: these cookies don’t capture your personal data and we wouldn’t be able to identify people from the information. They simply log numbers and provide grouped information about the use of the Website.

Other cookies remember information from one page to another, so you don’t have to keep entering it. These are called “session” cookies.

Cookies which remember things for longer, from one visit to the next, are called “persistent” cookies. Persistent cookies can do things like remember preferences and adjust content to suit you (personalisation).


You may accept or reject cookies. However, certain functions of the Website may be affected by your choice.

To learn more about how to manage cookies, please see the “Managing your cookies” section below on how you can adjust your preferences.


Strictly necessary cookies

Strictly necessary cookies are essential to enable users of the Website to navigate the site and use its features, such as accessing certain areas. Without them, certain services, such as enabling appropriate content based on your type of device, cannot be provided. The use of strictly necessary cookies also enables us to comply with our security requirements under data protection law. You do not need to consent for the use of strictly necessary cookies.

These are lost at the end of each session.

Functionality cookies

These cookies allow us to remember choices you make (such as your language or your log in details when you return on restricted areas of our Website) and provide enhanced, more personal features. These cookies can also be used to remember changes you have made to text size, fonts and other parts of web pages that you can customise. The information these cookies collect cannot track your browsing activity on other websites.

These are stored for up to 1 month.

Analytics cookies

These cookies collect and report information about how visitors use the Website, for instance which pages they visit most often, and if they get error messages from webpages. These cookies collect information in a way that does not directly identify anyone, including the number of visitors to the Website, where visitors have come to the Website from and the pages they visited. We use Google analytics and information collected through such cookies are therefore shared with them.

These are stored for up to 26 months.


You can manage your cookie preferences (i.e. give or withdraw your consent) at any time by clicking the link visible on your screen.

Please bear in mind that if you restrict or disable cookies, it can limit functionality and prevent the Website from working properly or at all.


If you have any questions about the way that cookies operate on the Website, please contact us via email at client.service@kpl.co.uk or send a letter to KP Law, 81 Chancery Lane, London, England, WC2A 1DD.

Last Updated: March 2024

Website Cookies