The University of Pittsburgh School of Law at the University of Pittsburgh respects the privacy of all users of this website. This website is solely intended to provide information regarding this department and its activities, and no effort is made to actively gather personal information from visitors of this site.
We do utilize “tracking” software on our web server. This software collects information such as user IP address, date and time of visit, page visited, search queries, etc. We use the information collected here to help us better understand the needs of our users. This information is not linked to your personal identity.
Should you decide to identify yourself via an email to any of our faculty or staff, the information you provide may be shared with other University faculty or staff or may be stored in a database.
Also, please be aware that all forms of electronic communications, including email transmissions, are susceptible to interception. We cannot guarantee the security of such transmissions.
Should your communication be of a sensitive nature, we suggest forwarding the information to the appropriate person via mail.
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