The Leo Cussen Institute (trading as Leo Cussen Centre for Law) is committed to ensuring the privacy of all information collected and supports and adheres to the provisions of all privacy legislation, including the Information Privacy Act 2000 and the Information Privacy Principles.
Our website does not collect or record personal information, other than information you voluntarily supply. We only collect information that is necessary for Leo Cussen Institute to carry out its statutory functions.
As an educational organisation, Leo Cussen Institute is required to collect information about students.
The Institute will only collect information about students, trainees or registrants that is necessary for its purposes and will use its best endeavors to ensure that the information collected is accurate and maintained securely.
The Institute may be required to disclose information about students, trainees, or registrants by law. Registrants’ enrolments might require verification for the Legal Services Board. Information about students and trainees may also be disclosed to the Victorian Board of Examiners, or other admitting authorities, and, with the individual’s permission, to potential employers by way of verbal or written references.
On request, the Institute will allow you to inspect information you have provided to us.