Bartletts Solicitors Cookies Policy

What is a cookie?

Cookies are files containing small amounts of information which are downloaded to your device when you visit a website. Cookies are then sent back to the originating website on subsequent visits. Some cookies may be sent to another website that recognises that cookie. Cookies are useful because they allow a website to recognise a user's device.

Cookies do lots of different jobs, like letting you navigate between pages efficiently, remembering your preferences and generally improving the user experience. They are also used by some sites to ensure that online adverts are more relevant to you and your interests.

At Bartletts Solicitors we use cookies on our website to give our viewers the best possible online experience. If you continue, we will assume that you are happy for your web browser to receive all the essential and non-essential cookies we use on our website. For more information about these cookies and how to manage them, below you can see our table of cookies and what they are used for. Further information is provided on how to enable/disable cookies on your devices.

Essential cookies


Tracking Cookies

By matching an anonymous, randomly generated identifier, tracking cookies allow us to recognise repeat visitors to our site. We then record specific browsing information, e.g. how you arrive at the site, the path you took and the page you land on. We then use this information to make improvements to our website.

Session Cookies

We use session cookies on our site to enable our visitors to carry our essential functions, including maintaining login details. Session cookies also help by minimising the need to transfer information across the internet. You should note that they are not stored on your computer and they expire as soon as you terminate your browser session.

Non-essential Cookies

Purpose cookies

These cookies allow us to see repeat visitors to our website and see how our content is being shared on the web.

Google Analytics

At Bartletts we use Google Analytics, which is a web analytics service, as this allows us to recognise repeat visitors to our site. By matching an anonymous, randomly generated identifier, we can record how viewers land on our site, what pages they view and the path they took through the site. We keep an eye on this information so we can make improvements to our sites. Google also reserve the rights to the data collected.

DoubleClick cookies

These cookies allow us to record anonymous browsing behaviour of visitors to our website. These cookies are then used for advertising to a specific audience, making advertisements relevant to you.

Marketing cookies

Marketing cookies are used to help tailor advertisements you see on third party sites. This information then helps us understand what interests you by seeing the pages you view on our website. We do not combine this information with other personal information you provide us with.

Accepting or Blocking Cookies

By using our website you give permission for us to place both essential and non-essential cookies on your devices

You can block any of the cookies from any website by changing your browser settings. To do this you can visit the About cookies website. Please note that if you are sharing a computer, the acceptance or rejection of cookies will apply to all users of that computer.

Flash cookies

Flash cookies make it quicker and easier for you to access sites that use Flash technology. If you delete these cookies, it means you may have to re-enter information each and every time you visit that site. However you can delete these Flash cookies by going to the Settings Manager for your Adobe Flash Player. You will be sent through to the Adobe website which will then list the cookies in your browser. Just click Delete opposite the relevant website.

Find out more

For more information about cookies visit, which shows you how to delete cookies from your computer. For information on how to do this on your mobile phone browser, please see your handset manual.

Category 1 cookies include cookies used for shopping carts or to allow access to secure areas of a website once a user has logged on.

Category 2 cookies include those used to anonymously track visitor activity on a website. This includes the cookies set by Google Analytics.

Category 3 cookies are used to store visitor preferences and might hold information such as a location for localisation of news reports, their preferred colour scheme for the website or the language they want to see content in.

Category 4 cookies are usually placed by advertising networks with the website