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Arnold & Porter Cookie Notice

Last Updated: February 15, 2024 

Arnold & Porter Kaye Scholer LLP (Arnold & Porter, we, our, or us) operates websites, applications, and online services (Sites) that may use cookies and other similar website technologies, like pixels and beacons that monitor and track certain information on our Sites (we will refer to all of these technologies as cookies). This Arnold & Porter Cookie Notice (Cookie Notice) explains how we use cookies on our Sites to allow the Sites to operate, enhance your browsing experience, and analyze the Sites’ performance. We may update this Cookie Notice from time to time, so please refer to the “Last Updated” date at the top of this page to see when this Cookie Notice was last revised. Any changes to the Cookie Notice will be effective when we make the revised Cookie Notice available to you on or through the Sites.

What is a Cookie?

A cookie is a compact data or text file placed on your device when you browse a website or application. This file holds information that aids us in identifying your device and enhancing your interaction with our Site.

Cookies play a crucial role by enabling features such as keeping track of your consent to place non-essential cookies on your device, monitoring security, tailoring your journey across our Sites, providing insights into the sections of our Sites that have been explored by visitors, understanding how visitors come to our Sites, and furnishing us with valuable observations about user behavior. These insights help us to honor your cookie choices, secure the Sites, refine our communications, elevate our services, and ultimately deliver an improved user experience.

Types Of Cookies

We may use the following types of cookies on our Site:

Essential Cookies: These essential cookies enable the basic functionalities of our Site, such as loading images or allowing you to select your cookie preferences. Without these cookies, some parts of our Sites may not work properly.

Functional Cookies: These cookies enable us to enhance your experience of our Sites, including by allowing embedded content and displaying our preferred fonts.

Performance Cookies: These cookies allow us to count visits and traffic sources so we can measure and improve the performance of our Sites. They help us to know which pages are the most and least popular and see how visitors move around our Sites.

Your Consent

When you first visit our Sites, you will encounter a banner informing you of the use of cookies and seeking your consent for the placement of optional, non-essential cookies. We will place non-essential cookies on your device only with your consent.

You can manage and effortlessly adjust and update your cookie preferences at any time by visiting our Cookie Preference Center.

Changing Your Browser Cookie Settings

You also have the option to configure or deactivate cookies in your browser settings or delete cookies that have already been set. Please consult your browser’s ‘Help’ function for guidance or follow the relevant hyperlinks below.

Our Sites do not currently respond to “do not track” signals from web browsers.

External Services or Content On Our Sites

Our Sites may incorporate external services or content from third-party domains. These third-party services may use cookies to enhance your browsing experience and provide additional functionalities. These technologies are used for various purposes, including marketing initiatives and to provide us with a deeper understanding of your interaction with the Sites. For instance, they might help us analyze the pages you visit or the duration of your stay on each page.

These third-party cookies are established by domains other than the one you are currently visiting. Some of these cookies may be set by our affiliated entities and vendors, who collaborate with us to elevate the overall user experience. In support of marketing and analytics-related activities, we might engage our affiliates or vendors, such as LinkedIn, Google Analytics, and others.

To opt out of specific third-party cookies, such as LinkedIn’s, you can visit those third-party websites and modify your cookie preferences to suit your choices (of course, as described above, you can opt out of all non-essential third-party cookies using the [Cookie Preference Center] on our Sites). You may also learn about opting out of various other third-party cookies by visiting and

Contact Information

If you have questions about this Cookie Notice, how Arnold & Porter uses and discloses your personal data, or your privacy rights, please visit our Privacy Notice or contact us by submitting an inquiry to