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We want you to understand the different types of cookies that we use on the Osborne Clarke website,  Some of these cookies are essential to the operation of our website.  Others are not essential, but help to improve our website by collecting anonymous user information, or try and improve your experience of our website by remembering your choices. The Osborne Clarke website,, uses Google Analytics for website analytics purposes – meaning that we use them to see how many visitors come to our website, the pages that generate interest and the links that visitors most often click on (amongst other things). This means we also share information about your use of our site with our social media, advertising and analytics partners: for more information see here. Google Analytics uses cookies – small text files that are placed on your computer that store certain limited information about you. The cookies we use do not enable any website visitor to be individually identified and will only be used for website analytics purposes. In addition, the coding language the Osborne Clarke website,, is written in uses session cookies. These are deleted each time you close your browser. These cookies do not store any information about the visitor once the browser is closed. The cookies that we use on the site are:
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