Privacy Policy


At Bhandari Law and Partners (hereinafter referred as “we”, “us”, “BLP” or “Law Firm”), we prioritize the protection of your personal information and comply with relevant data protection regulations. This Privacy Policy is designed to ensure the security and confidentiality of the data you provide to us. It outlines how we collect and handle information from visitors to our website, users of our services, job applicants, interns, BLNP consultants (retained lawyers), and current employees.

Information Collection

We gather "personal information," which refers to data that uniquely identifies an individual. This collection occurs when you engage our services, apply for a position, or become an employee or consultant. Additionally, we may obtain personal data from publicly available sources. The information we collect may include, but is not limited to:

  • Your name, employer, title, postal address, phone number, date of birth, and email address.
  • Details of your visits to our offices, including meeting dates and times.
  • Data related to your interactions with our website, email communications, and updates we send.
  • Financial details, such as bank account information (for employees and consultants) and biometric data (for employees and interns).
  • Records of your contact with us, including emails, letters, and other communications.
  • Any comments, messages, blogs, scribbles, etc., posted/uploaded/conveyed/communicated by users on the public sections of the Website become published content and are not considered personal information subject to this Policy.

Use of Information

We do not disclose, use, or distribute personal information to third parties except when necessary for providing services related to your engagement or employment with BLNP, unless required by law or professional obligations. We may share personal information with:

  • Your consent.
  • Legal, regulatory, or professional requirements to protect our interests or those of our clients and others.
  • Relevant parties such as clients, your employer or place of business, and professional advisers.
  • Third-party service providers for data processing (e.g., archival, auditing, legal, financial, and technology-related services).

Some third-party service providers may operate outside your country, and their privacy obligations may differ from those in your jurisdiction.

Data Security

We are committed to safeguarding your information and employ industry-standard security measures to prevent unauthorized access, alteration, disclosure, or destruction of data. Our physical, electronic, and managerial procedures help ensure the confidentiality and integrity of the information stored on our systems.


The Law Firm respects the privacy of minors and is committed to ensuring that their personal information is treated with the utmost care and in accordance with applicable laws. We do not collect information via the medium of internet services from individuals whom we know to be minors.

However, there may be situations where the firm needs to collect personal information from minors in the context of one of the purposes mentioned in this privacy policy. In such cases, we will ensure that the collection of personal information from minors is carried out with appropriate consent from their parents or legal guardians, or as otherwise permitted under applicable laws.

If you are a minor, please do not provide any personal information to us without the consent of your parent or legal guardian. If we become aware that we have inadvertently collected personal information from a minor without proper consent, we will take reasonable steps to delete such information from our records.


Cookies are commonly used in conjunction with other internet technologies, such as web beacons, to track behavior on the internet. At our firm, we utilize cookies along with web beacons, which are small sections of code placed in our internet services to analyze the number of unique users visiting specific pages. While we engage third-party service providers in connection with these cookies, we strictly prohibit the use of Personal Information concerning users of our internet services by these third parties.

You have the option to reset your browser settings to refuse all cookies or to receive alerts when a cookie is set. However, please note that certain parts of our internet services may not function optimally if you choose to do so. Unless you have adjusted your browser settings to reject cookies, our Internet Services will issue cookies when you access the firm's Internet Services. For additional guidance on managing your cookie preferences, you can refer to the "help" menu of your web browser or explore the customer support sections of your web browser.

Your Rights

Under Chapter 10 of the Privacy Act 2075 (2018) (Collection & Protection of Personal Information), you have the right to access the personal information held about you and to request corrections, updates, or modifications to that information. Should you wish to exercise this right, please reach out to us using the contact details provided below.

Furthermore, at any time, you retain the right to request that we cease using your personal data for direct marketing purposes, in accordance with Chapter 6 of the Privacy Act 2075 (2018) (Privacy Relating to Data).

Age Eligibility

The Site is not intended for individuals under the age of 18, of unsound mind, or with intellectual disability.

Policy Updates

As technology and information governance practices evolve, we may revise this Privacy Policy. Please review it regularly to stay informed about any changes to its terms.

Contact Us

For any questions about this Privacy Policy, to access your information, request corrections, updates, or deletions, or to object to data processing on legitimate grounds, please contact us with the subject "Data privacy" at [email protected] or+977-9808811027.