Your Privacy

This Privacy Policy describes how Lumos Law, Professional Corporation (“Lumos Law,” “we” or other first person pronouns) treats the information we collect from visitors to our website, (“Site”).

By visiting the Site, you are agreeing to this Privacy Policy. If you do not agree with this Privacy Policy, please do not use the Site.


Personal Information

The only personal information we collect is what you send to us. For example, if you submit your name and email address through the Contact Us page, we will collect that information and if you email us your resume, we will collect all of the information in your email and your resume.

We use personal information to respond to you if you have contacted us; to monitor, analyze and improve our Site, our communications and other business operations; for marketing, business development and social media; and for recruiting and other business purposes. If you become a Lumos Law client, we will use your personal information to provide you with services (which may include sharing your personal information with third parties who play a role in providing those services, such as specialist counsel). We may combine the personal information you send us with information from other sources.

We do not share personal information gathered on our Site with third parties for their own marketing purposes. Because of this, we also do not respond to Do Not Track (DNT) signals. Your personal information will be shared with the third parties who provide us with business services (like the company who hosts the Site and our email provider). We may also disclose your personal information if we are legally required to do so or we believe disclosure is needed to fulfill our ethical duties. In the unlikely event that we sell the firm or merge with another firm, we may share your personal information with the buyer or partner firm. Other than what is described in this Privacy Policy, we will get your consent before we share your personal information with third parties.


Other Information

We and our service providers may use cookies and other technologies to help us analyze user interaction with our Site. These technologies collect non-personal information about your computer and your browser. If this bugs you, you can set your browser to ask you before setting cookies or to automatically reject cookies.

We may use Google Analytics and/or other third party services to help us understand how our Site is being used and how we can improve it. These services may collect non-personal information (e.g., your computer’s IP address) that can be used to track users over time and across third party websites. To learn more about Google Analytics, including how to opt out of it, please visit

Lumos Law can use non-personal information freely, along with any information that has been de-identified and/or aggregated so that an individual user cannot be identified.


Confidential Information

Please do not send confidential or privileged information to us unless you are an active client.



Our Site is not intended for children under the age of 18 and we do not knowingly collect or distribute information from or about children under 13. If you are under the age of 13, please do not use our Site.


Third Parties

Our Site may link to third party properties (e.g., websites) and content. Lumos Law does not control these third parties’ privacy practices. You access all third party properties and content at your own risk.


Security and Location

We use reasonable administrative, technical and physical safeguards to protect personal information. However, the internet is not perfect and Lumos Law cannot guarantee the security of any information you transmit to us. Our Site is provided from facilities based in the United States. If you provide us with personal information, you are consenting to having your information processed and stored in the United States.



Lumos Law reserves the right to change this Privacy Policy at any time. Changes will be made by posting an updated Privacy Policy on the Site. We will not give ourselves greater rights to use or share your personal information without your consent.