DATA Protection

When requesting contents from our website, access data is stored. That means, the data about the page from which the file was requested from, the name of the requested files, the date the file was requested, the time and duration of the request, the amount of data transferred and the access status (e.g. file transferred, file not found). This stored data is used for statistical purposes only and will not be passed to third parties.

We use cookies; these are text files to optimize our website. We however do not use cookies to track those who visit our Website. By choice one could deactivate the storing of cookies or one could set up the browser in such a way that cookies are only stored for the duration of the respective connections to the Internet.

Additionally, DJJV only stores and uses personal data which is voluntarily and explicitly put to its disposal by you.

In cases where you would have registered yourself to one of our events or such we would be carrying out/ arranged with others, we could through a participants list inform/communicate your Name, Title or academic degree, your professional title, professional address the Co-organisers and other participants of that event. In the event that one does not desire the use of one´s data, one can object such through writing a short message.

In case one does not wish to receive electronic Information (especially Invitations to our events as well as hints of such events) from DJJV anymore, please inform us through a short message.

The use of contact details of the legal disclaimer for commercial advertisements is emphatically not welcomed, unless the provider has previously given a written consent or there is already a business relationship existing. The provider and all persons named on this website, hereby object to any commercial use of, and disclosure of their data.

Membership is open, not only to lawyers but also to academics and legal practitioners from other fields. The same applies too to companies and other institutions, which desire to help the association to reach its goals. They are cordially welcome.