Kozolchyk National Law Center (“NatLaw”) values the privacy of its users and has created this Privacy Policy (“Policy”) to explain why it collects and uses personal information from those who visit its website or make use of its online facilities and services, what it will and will not do with the information collected, how it will protect your personal privacy within its website (“Site”)

NatLaw encourages you to read this Policy and reserves the right to make changes at any time without notice to change this Policy simply by posting such changes on its Site. Any such changes will be effective immediately upon posting.

Specifically, this Policy will inform you of the following:

  1. What personal information of yours is collected through the Sites;
  2. Why NatLaw collects personal information and the legal basis for such collection;
  3. How such information is used and with whom it may be shared;
  4. How does NatLaw process your information;
  5. The security procedures in place to protect the misuse of your information; and
  6. What choices you have regarding collection, use and disclosure of your information, including correction of any inaccuracies in your information.
  7. Acceptance of Terms

1. What Information is Collected

NatLaw may collect information, including personal information, about you when you use the Site or otherwise interact with it. This may include:

  • When you fill-in NatLaw’s online form to receive communications from it or to refer a friend to its network, such as your name, telephone number, email address, and other information about your interest in NatLaw’s work, or information that you provide to NatLaw about individuals you refer to its network.
  • When you communicate with NatLaw, for example to respond to its emails or choose to share your story with it, such as your name, contact information, and any other information you provide when you correspond with NatLaw.
  • About your interactions with the Site, such as information about your device, browser type, IP address, geolocation information, referring website from which you accessed the Site, pages you viewed on the Site, how long you spent on a page on the Site, access times, and information about your use of and actions on NatLaw’s Site.
  • When you make a donation, such as information about your transaction and payment method.
  • If you volunteer with or engage with NatLaw’s efforts, including participating in its events, taking an advocacy action, or signing up to join its email and notification lists, information such as your name, contact information, information about your profession if you volunteer to provide professional services, and information about efforts and causes which may interest you.
  • When you request services from NatLaw or its programs, such as your name, contact information, and information about your request (including intake information pertaining to a request for legal translation or other legal services).
  • Any other activities that involve providing personal information when you visit the NatLaw’s Site or the center.

Information automatically collected

NatLaw automatically collects certain information when you visit, use, or navigate the Site. This information does not reveal your specific identity (like your name or contact information) but could include device and usage information, such as your IP address, browser and device characteristics, operating system, language preferences, referring URLs, device name, country, location, information about how and when you use its services, and other technical information. This information is primarily needed to maintain the security and operation of the website, and for NatLaw’s internal analytics and reporting purposes.

Like many businesses, NatLaw also collects information through cookies and similar technologies. This information collected includes:

  • Device data: NatLaw collects device data such as information about your computer, tablet, or other device you use to access the services. Depending on the device used, this device data may include information such as your IP address (or proxy server), device and application identification numbers, location, browser type, hardware model, Internet service provider, operating system, and system configuration information.
  • Location data: NatLaw collects location data such as information about your device’s location, which can be either precise or imprecise. How much information it collects depends on the type and settings of your device.

2. How NatLaw Uses and Discloses Information

NatLaw processes your information to provide, improve and administer its operations, communicate with you, for security and fraud prevention, and to comply with the law. It may also process your information for other purposes with your consent.

NatLaw uses the information collected for the following purposes:

  • To better understand your needs and provide you with the services you have requested (if applicable).
  • To fulfill your requests with respect to NatLaw’s offers. For example, to process your donation or provide you with information that you request.
  • To support the activities of NatLaw. For example, to conduct research on issues it supports, assess NatLaw projects, or develop new initiatives.
  • To maintain and improve the Site. For example, to help diagnose problems with NatLaw’s server, administer the Site, analyze trends, track users’ movement. NatLaw may also use broad demographic information in aggregate form to improve the Site, and deliver customized, personalized content.
  • To contact you regarding NatLaw, its efforts, and issues and activities of likely interest to you. For example, you may receive communications and updates from NatLaw. See below for information on unsubscribing from NatLaw’s communications.
  • For legal reasons, NatLaw may use your personal information to comply with law or legal requests, such as a valid and legally enforceable warrant, subpoena, court order, law or regulation, or other judicial or administrative order.
  • To protect you, NatLaw, NatLaw’s employees and others, NatLaw may use your information if it reasonably believe it is necessary to enforce or investigate potential violations of applicable terms, agreements, or policies; to investigate and defend itself against legal threats or actions; to prevent imminent and serious bodily harm or death to a person; to protect it organization, employees, contractors, users, or the public; or to detect, prevent, or otherwise assess and address potential spam, malware, fraud, abuse, unlawful activity, and security or technical concerns.

3. Disclosure of Information

NatLaw does not disclose or sell its lists of contacts gathered online or lists of donors who have donated online or offline with other organizations, except under the following instances:

  • With third parties that provide NatLaw with services. NatLaw may disclose your information on a confidential basis, for example, to vendors that fulfill merchandise requests, or facilitate fundraising or advertising campaigns.
  • With affiliated organizations.
  • With NatLaw’s partners, if you sign up for or are interested in an initiative NatLaw offers with its partners. With your consent, NatLaw may disclose your information to other non-profits or entities if it jointly offers an event or initiative.
  • To comply with law or legal requests or to protect itself and others. NatLaw may disclose your information to third parties for the purposes described above, for example, to comply with a legal request for information, to defend itself in litigation, or to enforce its agreements with third parties.
  • NatLaw may also use or disclose your personal information in other ways described in this policy or for additional purposes with your express consent.

Third Party Information Collection:

Some content or applications on NatLaw’s Site may be provided by third parties, including advertising companies, ad networks and servers, analytics companies, and application providers. These third parties may use cookies, pixels, or other tracking technologies to collect information, potentially including personal information, about your online activities over time and across different websites when you use NatLaw’s Sites. These third parties may also provide NatLaw with data collection, reporting, ad response measurement, or analytical information, and assist with delivery of relevant marketing messages and advertisements. The tracking technologies may also allow the third parties to deliver targeted advertisements on other websites or on social media networks and gauge their effectiveness.

Please be informed that NatLaw does not control these third parties’ technologies, and their uses are governed independently by the privacy policies established by those third parties.

4. How does NatLaw process your information?

What legal basis does NatLaw rely on to process your information? NatLaw only process your personal information when it believes it is necessary and it has a valid legal reason (legal basis) to do so under applicable law, like with your consent, to comply with laws, to provide you with services to enter or fulfill its contractual obligations, to protect your rights, or to fulfill its legitimate business interests.

If you are located in the EU or UK this section applies to you:

The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) requires NatLaw to explain the valid legal basis it rely on to process your personal information. As such, NatLaw may rely on the following legal basis to process your personal information:

  • Consent: NatLaw may process your information if you have given it permission to use it for a specific purpose. You can withdraw your consent at any time by emailing
  • Legitimate interests: NatLaw may process your information when it believes it is reasonably necessary to achieve its legitimate interests. For example, NatLaw may process your information to analyze and improve its operations, support its marketing activities, diagnose problems, or prevent fraudulent activities.
  • Legal Obligations: NatLaw may process your information where it believes it is necessary for compliance with its legal obligations, such as cooperating with a law enforcement body, exercising, or defending its legal rights, disclosing your information as evidence in litigation in which NatLaw is involved.
  • Vital Interests: NatLaw may process your information where it believes it is necessary to protect your vital interests or the vital interests of a third party, such as situations involving potential threats to the safety of one person.

Use of “Cookies”:

NatLaw’s Site may use cookies and other tracking technologies to collect and store your information to enhance your experience while using the Site. Cookies are pieces of information that some websites use to transfer information to the computer that is browsing that Site and are used for record-keeping purposes at many websites. Use of cookies makes web-surfing easier by performing certain functions such as saving your passwords, your personal preferences regarding your use of the particular website and to make sure you do not see the same ad repeatedly. Many consider the use of cookies to be an industry standard. Your browser is probably set to accept cookies. However, if you would prefer not to receive cookies, you can alter the configuration of your browser to refuse cookies. If you choose to have your browser refuse cookies, it is possible that some areas of NatLaw’s Site will not function properly when you view them.

5. How does NatLaw protect your information?

NatLaw takes precautions to protect your personal information seriously and uses reasonable technical, administrative, and physical measures to protect it from loss, theft, alteration, or misuse. When NatLaw collects sensitive information, that information is encrypted and transmitted to its Site in a secure way. You can verify this by looking for a lock icon in the address bar and looking for “https” at the beginning of the address of the webpage. Unfortunately, however, no data transmission over the Internet is 100% secured. While NatLaw strives to protect your information, it cannot ensure or warrant the security of such information provided:

  • Duration: NatLaw keeps your information for as long as necessary to fulfill the purposes outlined in this privacy notice unless otherwise required by law.
  • Minors: NatLaw’s Site is not directed to and does not knowingly collect personal information, data, or market to children under eighteen (18) years of age. If it is determined that such information has been inadvertently collected from anyone under the age of eighteen (18) years, NatLaw shall immediately take necessary steps to enure that such information is deleted from its system’s database, or in the alternative that verifiable parental consent is obtained for the use and storage of such information. Anyone under the age of eighteen (18) must seek and obtain parent or guardian permission to use this Site.

6. Unsubscribe or Opt-Out

All users and visitors to NatLaw’s Site have the option to discontinue receiving communications from it by way of emails or newsletters. To discontinue or unsubscribe from NatLaw’s Site in the future please send an email to that you wish to unsubscribe. Note that your donation records will remain in NatLaw’s databases.

If you wish to unsubscribe or opt-out from any third-party websites, you must go to that specific website to unsubscribe or opt-out. If you desire to correct any inaccuracies in your information stored by NatLaw, or have any questions about this Policy, the practices of NatLaw’s Site, or your dealings with NatLaw’s Site, you can contact:

Kozolchyk National Law Center

440 N. Bonita Ave.

Tucson, AZ 85745

+1 (520) 622-1200

You can also send an email to: Please reference “Privacy Policy” in the subject line of any emails.

7. Acceptance of Terms

By using this Site, you are hereby accepting the terms and conditions stipulated within this policy agreement. If you are not in agreement with NatLaw’s terms and conditions, then you should refrain from further use of its sites. Additionally, your continued use of NatLaw’s Site following the posting of any updates or changes to its terms and conditions shall mean you agree and accept such changes.

Changes to Privacy Policy: NatLaw reserves the right, at any time and without notice, to modify this policy by simply posting such changes on its Site. Any modifications will be effective immediately upon posting. If you have any questions or comments about this policy or want to review or change any personal information previously provided, please contact NatLaw through any of the communication channels listed above.

Updated: August 8, 2023