Our privacy policy

Kai Legal respects your privacy. This policy describes when we collect your information, and how we use it.

We also comply with the Spam Act 2003, which regulates the sending of marketing emails.

Information gathered through our site

Unless you provide your personal details to us through our contact form or by contacting us directly, we never see or collect any personal information that could be used to identify you.

We use Google's Analytics services on our site. Analytics gathers aggregated, anonymised statistics about our visitors and how they use our website: these statistics can never be used by us to individually identify you or any other user. We use these statistics to understand what sorts of people visit our website and what services they are interested in, which helps us to improve our service offerings in the future.

We also use Google's remarketing service, which keeps track of the web browsers that have visited our site in the past. We do not collect or have access to any personal information through our use of this service. These lists of browsers that have visited us in the past may be used in future in a 'remarketing campaign', where we display our ads on those browsers when they visit Google's sites or other sites that display Google Ads.

Opting out of Google Analytics and targeted Google Ads

If you don't like the sound of this, we understand. There are a few ways to opt out:

Information collected in the course of providing services to you

We collect personal information when we provide our services to you or your employer. This generally includes your name, business contact details and your job title or position.

We will generally tell you why we are collecting that information, or it will be obvious when we collect that information.

How we disclose your information

We are bound by professional obligations of confidentiality and legal professional privilege. We treat and protect information we receive (including any personal information) in accordance with these obligations.

If you are a client or employed by a client, we may disclose your information in the course of providing legal services to you or your employer, for example when applying for governmental registrations or approvals on your behalf.

Storage and Security

Personal information provided to us electronically is stored on servers located on our web servers in Sydney.

Other personal information provided to us is stored on our secured computer systems in Melbourne, or in the filing cabinets of our private Melbourne premises.

We use a variety of physical and electronic security measures, including restricting physical access to our offices, firewalls and secure databases to keep personal information secure from misuse, interference, loss or unauthorised use or disclosure.


If you have any questions about this, please contact Kai Fu at kai.fu@kailegal.com.au.