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Accessibility and policies

Below, you will find our accessiblity, personal data and environmental policies.


We invite you to view the CILEx Group Single Equality and Diversity Scheme and Action Plan.

Our Courses

CILEx Law School is committed to the provision of accessible learning and wishes to support all students in their studies. To this end, we will make reasonable adjustments in accordance with section 29 of the Equality Act 2010 and the associated Code of Practice on Services, Public Functions and Associations.

All CILEx Law School students who disclose a disability, health condition or learning difficulty will be contacted by a member of Learner Support, who will discuss the student’s needs and create a mutually agreed Learner Support Plan.

If you are a prospective student and wish to discuss the reasonable adjustments that CILEx Law School may be able to make to assist you in your studies, please contact Ruby Denton on 01234 844 310. 


This web site has been produced in accordance with current accessibility guidelines. Should you encounter any difficulty accessing content within this site, please send your suggestions to .

Privacy and data protection policies

Privacy policy

CILEx Law School (CLS) is committed to respecting the personal data yousupply to us. The information we collect will only be used for the purposes for which it was originally submitted. Information will be held in accordance with the Data Protection Laws before 25 May 2018, the Data Protection Act 1998 and the Data Protection Directive and from 25 May 2018 the General Data Protection Regulation and the UK Privacy and Electronic Communications Regulations 2003 and will not be released to third parties for marketing purposes.

Use of cookies 

By using the CILEx Law School website, course shop and our Student Area,  you consent to the use of data as indicated in our cookies policy.

Use of data

This site provides you with the opportunity to download a variety of application forms in pdf format. Personal data you provide on these forms, and on any transaction made through the course shop,  will be used according to the 'use of data' clause in the application form for the course you are applying for, or publication you are ordering. These vary depending on the nature of your transaction. For example, we offer some courses with partner organisations, and in these circumstances the clause allows for sharing with those partner organisations. The use of data information is also shown in the terms and conditions on the relevant page on the course shop which you will agree to as part of your transaction.

Contacting CILEx Law School

If you have any questions about this privacy policy or our use of your personal data, please contact Morag Hiskett at

Environmental Policy

The directors and senior management team at CILEx Law School (CILEx Law School) recognise that our business has an impact on the environment. We are committed to continuous improvement in the company’s environmental performance. Environmental regulations, laws and codes of practice are regarded as setting the minimum standards of environmental performance. Our policy in environmental matters is:

  1. To consider the environmental impacts of our products, and to continually reduce the environmental impact through our sourcing of raw materials.
  2. To conserve resources through efficient use, and by progressively improving heating and lighting systems, investing in energy efficient copiers, IT and electrical equipment, and by ensuring that all building work undertaken has the concept of environmental responsibility as a central issue within the working brief.
  3. To adopt a sustainable waste management policy by recycling materials wherever possible.
  4. To minimise waste, especially hazardous waste, and to dispose of all waste through safe and responsible methods.
  5. To work with our suppliers to ensure they recognise and reduce the environmental impact of their products and transportation.
  6. To implement our policies through guidelines and training.


Our progress to date

We have moved from PVC to biodegradable polypropylene for our course binders. The paper that we use in our course manuals is from renewable forests and bleached with non-chloride bleach. We recycle all office paper and print cartridges after use. Obsolete computers and other hardware are passed on to charities for use in developing countries. We use a distributor for sending out our course materials with a published environmental statement.