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Cookies and Privacy Disclaimer


Your personal data collected through this website are used and processed through operations of recording, organization, utilization, storage, modification, erasure and destruction, also by automatic means.

Your personal data are used to comply with the obligations of law and regulation at the charge of the UIA and for the purpose of accomplishing the statutory activities of the UIA, such as the marketing of our events and activities, the inclusion in our mailing lists and the compiling of the directories of our members.

Your personal data may have to be disclosed to:

a) assistants and employees of the UIA;

b) judicial and administrative authorities, individuals and other entities to which the right to access such data is however granted by provisions of law or regulation;

c) public or private entities to which the disclosure of data is necessary in order to fulfill accounting or administrative needs of the UIA as well as to comply with obligations of fiscal and tax-related law and regulation, such as public agencies, accounting firms and selected third parties with which we cooperate for the organization of our events and activities.

You are entitled to the rights set forth by the applicable privacy regulation, among which specifically the right to know the existence of the processing of personal data, to request erasure, transformation into anonymous form, blocking, rectification, update and integration as well as to object, for lawful reasons, to their processing.

Controller of the processing is the UIA – Union Internationale des Avocats - 25, rue du Jour – 75001 Paris (France).


Cookies are files containing identifiers (strings of letters and numbers) sent by a web server to a web browser and stored by the browser. Identifiers are then sent back to the server each time the browser requests a page from the server.

We use technical cookies on our website, in order to improve its usability, administer the website and personalise the website for each user.

We do not use third party cookies.

You can enable or disable cookies by modifying the settings in your browser. You can also delete cookies already stored on your computer. When blocking or deleting cookies, however, you might not be able to use all the features on our website.

Our policies have been construed in accordance with, and shall be governed by, the French law. Any disputes relating in connection thereto shall be subject to the non-exclusive jurisdiction of the Courts of Paris, France.


Legal Information


The Union Internationale des Avocats (UIA) website is published and managed by the UIA, 20 rue Drouot, 75009 Paris, France.

Technical developments

The site is designed, developed and maintained by JOUVE


The site is hosted by JOUVE, 1 rue du Docteur Sauvé, 53100 Mayenne


Graphics charter designer

Ergonomic and graphic design by SMILE Digital

Intellectual property

The content posted on this site is subject to the legislation on public information and covered by the French Intellectual Property Code.

All requests to re-use the videos, photographs, graphic designs, illustrations and iconographic representations, as well as all the editorial content produced for the editorial management of the site, must be sent to the following email address:

Photographic credits and other copyright notices

The photographs displayed, as well as all the works shown on the site, come from different sources.

The photographic credits and other copyright notices specified on the site must not be infringed.


Linking to this site is possible.

Please make specific reference to the Union Internationale des Avocats site in the link title.

The UIA reserves the right to request the deletion of a link that it believes is not in keeping with the purpose of the site


Re-use of public information

Requests for the re-use of information should be sent to the following address for agreement:

Basic access to public information is free of charge for individuals and businesses.


Information to the members of the association

The personal data collected is necessary for your membership.

All data is stored electronically and destined for use by the secretariat of the association. In application of articles 39 et. seq. of the Law of 6 January 1978 modified, you may exercise your rights to access, modify, or delete your personal data by addressing an email to

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