Information We Collect
We may collect information that identifies you (“Personally Identifiable Information”) when you interact and provide such information on our Sites, but not limited to, when you apply for membership and register for SCCLA events or programs. The types of Personally Identifiable Information collected on our Sites will vary, but may include, among other things, your name, address, phone number, e-mail address or other information.
How We Use and Share Personally Identifiable Information
Once collected, we may use your Personally Identifiable Information in a variety of ways including (but not limited to):
Publication of Your Personally Identifiable Information for Membership Directories and Registration Lists
As a professional organization, the Personally Identifiable Information you provide may be published on the Sites and in print or digital form in a variety of ways to allow other lawyers and the public to find you, including, but not limited to, directories, membership lists, and other types of registration lists for SCCLA programs and events (“Directory Lists”). Directory Lists will not include sensitive information, such as credit card or bank information, or social security numbers.
Sharing your Personally Identifiable Information With the California State Bar and Other Bar Associations
SCCLA may share Personally Identifiable Information with the State Bar of California and certain other bar associations for purposes that SCCLA deems in its sole discretion to be appropriate, which purposes include, without limitation, allowing these organizations to verify affiliate status and to conduct judicial nomination evaluations.
Sharing Your Personally Identifiable Information When Legally Necessary or to Protect SCCLA’s Interests
SCCLA may disclose your Personally Identifiable Information if required to do so by law or in the good-faith belief that such action is necessary to: (a) conform to legal requirements or comply with legal process served on SCCLA; (b) protect and defend the rights or property of SCCLA; or (c) protect the personal safety of SCCLA members or the public in appropriate circumstances.