AIJA Website Terms of Use

Last updated on 2018-05-17 13:22:50

These Terms of Use apply to any person accessing the Website (hereafter a “User”) and may be changed full or in part by AIJA at all times and without notice. Regular consultation of these Terms of Use is therefore recommended to remain up-to-date with the latest version.

By using this Website, the User fully and unconditionally accepts the present Terms of Use and undertakes to comply with them. If the User does not agree with these Terms of Use, he shall refrain from making any use whatsoever of the Website.

In case of a breach of these Terms of Use or of any other contractual obligation between the User and AIJA, AIJA reserves the right to refuse access to the Website (including, without limitation the Restricted Area, as defined below) without prejudice to the right of AIJA or any third party to claim compensation for all direct and indirect damage sustained as a result of the breach.


The information and material contained in this Website is for information only and should not be considered legal advice. The information it contains is believed to be correct. Nevertheless, AIJA makes no representation or warranties as to the adequacy, reliability, currency, completeness or accuracy of any information presented on this Website (or any linked site), neither does it assume any liability for any inaccuracy or incompleteness found in the content.

Barring deliberate acts and/or mandatory legal provisions, AIJA will in no event be held responsible for any use made of the content of this Website. Neither will it be held liable for any loss or damage of any nature whatsoever (direct, indirect, material or immaterial, etc.) resulting from the use of or reliance on the information presented on this Website.

AIJA reserves the right to amend and update this website at any time without prior notice. The user acknowledges that AIJA reserves its right to modify the website and its content at any time and without prior notice.

If any material infringes your rights, please contact the AIJA at the address, with indication of you identity, address, the litigious material and the rights you ground your claim on.


This Website's general pages and their content, where applicable, are subject to the copyright of AIJA. Reproduction of material found on the general pages is authorised except for commercial purpose, provided that the source is mentioned and acknowledged. 
The MyAIJA and its content are subject to the copyright and ownership of AIJA. Use and reproduction of the information set out on the MyAIJA platform is strictly limited. 

AIJA claims no copyright on any official document or documents in the public domain and presented on this website or on MyAIJA. Copyright, if any, of third party material found on this website should be respected; no rights are being granted.


Access to the MyAIJA platform of the website is restricted to AIJA members and therefore cannot be accessed by any other user of the website. Access shall be conditional to obtaining a username and password from AIJA.


AIJA is committed to handling Personal data in compliance with applicable data protection laws, including as of 25 May 2018, the General Data Protection Regulation (“GDPR”)[1]. In particular, AIJA commits to only collecting and processing Personal data that is: processed fairly, in a transparent way and based on valid legal grounds; obtained for specific lawful purposes; adequate, relevant and not excessive; accurate and kept up to date; not held for longer than necessary; protected in appropriate ways and not transferred outside of the European Economic Area, unless adequate protective measures are in place.

To use most of this Website, you do not need to provide AIJA with any personal data. However, we do collect personal data with your consent when you send a query to through our content form.

Your personal data will only be used by AIJA to administer the service that you have requested. When you provide personal information to AIJA for any of the above reasons, we will take all necessary steps and use the best security measures to protect your personal data against loss, misuse and alteration. AIJA will not give away or sell your personal data to third parties. 

For further details about the collection, use and processing of your personal data, please refer to our Privacy Policy. If you have any queries about this, please contact the AIJA team at  


Our Websites may include social media features (e.g. share or like buttons). Such features are provided by third-party social media platforms such as LinkedIn, Twitter, or Facebook. Where data is collected this way, its processing is governed by the privacy policy of the respective social media platforms.

Our website may also link to third party websites to provide relevant references. We are not responsible for such external content, which may contain separate privacy policies and data processing disclosures. The fact that we link to a website is not an authorisation or representation of our affiliation with that third party, nor is it an endorsement of their privacy or information security policies or practices. We do not exercise control over third party websites. These other websites may place their own cookies or other files on your computer, collect data or solicit Personal Data from you.


A number of our pages use cookies for instance when user logs in, authentication of registered user, agreeing to our use of cookies on this site. 

Enabling these cookies is not strictly necessary for the website to work but it will provide you with a better browsing experience. You can delete or block these cookies, but if you do that some features of this site may not work as intended.

The cookie-related information is not used to identify you personally and the pattern data is fully under our control. These cookies are not used for any purpose other than for the purpose of ensuring a smoother functioning of the AIJA corporate website and Members Area. For further details, please refer to our Cookies Policy.

[1] ¹ Regulation (EU) 2016/679 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 27 April 2016 on the protection of natural persons with regard to the processing of personal data and on the free movement of such data, and repealing Directive 95/46/EC.