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We’ve updated our terms and conditions and privacy policy to incorporate GDPRs requirements.

Consent / Explicit Opt-in

Lawcus explicitly asks for consent for activity tracking via cookies and provides opt-in/opt-out mechanisms for promotional emails.

Data Processing Agreements

Robust data protection commitments is an essential component of GDPRs requirements. As a controller, Lawcus must work with data processors that provide sufficient guarantees. We work with data processors like Intercom, Stripe and don’t work with data processors that do not provide these guarantees.

Export your data feature

You can move your data out of Lawcus to other systems. Lawcus provides you the ability to export your matter and client data in excel format.

Lawcus allows account owners to download their data in Lawcus in standard formats like CSV / Excel and PDF. These options are available within the application.

Right to be Forgotten / Delete Account Feature

You can request erasure of all data concerning you in Lawcus, and we will oblige the request. Account owners can also send a message to support@lawcus.com if they require deleting their account and all information from Lawcus and its data processors.


Lawcus is an enterprise product trusted by small and large enterprises alike. We conduct Vulnerability Assessment and Penetration Testing every six months. We are built on the Amazon cloud and use the most robust encryption at rest & transition. Also, users can set up 2 Factor Authentication.

Additional Resources

To learn more about GDPR, please go here. For any questions or concerns related to GDPR, please feel free to get in touch with us at support@lawcus.com and we would be happy to chat with you!


The content above is provided for informational purposes only. The information shared here is not meant to serve as legal advice. You should work closely with legal and other professional counsel to determine precisely how the GDPR may or may not apply to you.