Privacy Policy

This Web site is owned and operated by or on behalf of AmCham BridgehouseLaw Internship Program, Inc. We recognize that visitors to our site may be concerned about the information they provide to us, and how we treat that information. This Privacy Policy addresses those concerns. This policy may be changed or updated from time to time. If you have any questions about our Privacy Policy, you can contact us at:

AmCham BridgehouseLaw Internship Program, Inc.
Peachtree 25th Building
1720 Peachtree Street N.W., Suite 520
Atlanta, GA 30309

or e-mail us at We are available to answer your questions or hear your concerns.

Our Policy:
AmCham BridgehouseLaw Internship Program, Inc. uses its best efforts to respect and protect the privacy of our online visitors and donors. We will not share your e-mail address with third parties. AmCham BridgehouseLaw Internship Program, Inc. may share financial donor postal mailing lists with other non-profits for a one-time use by the other non-profit. If you are a financial donor to AmCham BridgehouseLaw Internship Program, Inc., you may request that we withhold your mailing information from any list exchanges with other non-profits.

In addition to maintaining privacy and security controls over information you share with us, AmCham BridgehouseLaw Internship Program, Inc. works to accurately process your contribution information. During business hours by appointment, staff are available to answer questions about your financial donation or the internship program. AmCham BridgehouseLaw Internship Program, Inc. employs error checking procedures to make certain transactions are processed completely and accurately. As necessary, changes are made to improve our systems and, independent external and internal audits are conducted to ensure the privacy, security and appropriate processing of your information on our site.

"Cookies": Visitors should be aware that non-personal information and data may be automatically collected by the AmCham BridgehouseLaw Internship Program, Inc. website through the use of "cookies." "Cookies" are small text files a Website can use to recognize repeat visitors, facilitate the visitor's ongoing access to and use of the site, and allow a site to track usage behavior and compile aggregate data that will allow content improvements. Cookies are not programs that come onto a visitor's system and damage files. Generally, cookies work by assigning a unique number to the visitor that has no meaning outside the assigning site. If a visitor does not want information collected through the use of cookies, there is a simple procedure in most browsers that allows the visitor to deny or accept the cookie feature. AmCham BridgehouseLaw Internship Program, Inc. uses "cookie" technology only to obtain non-personal information from its online visitors in order to improve visitors' online experience and facilitate their visit within our site.

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