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AAfPE Guidelines on Advertising, Accessibility, and Data Privacy

Advertising in AAfPE Legal Educator Journal

All AAfPE print and electronic services and products are subject to the following general advertising requirements:

 

Relevance and Usefulness: Advertising content should serve the common interests of the readers and be of technical or informational value appropriate to the legal education community.

Editorial Context: Advertisements must be appropriate to the editorial context of the journal and consistent with the AAfPE brand. They should be clearly distinguishable from editorial content to avoid any confusion.

Editorial Independence: The Editor-in-Chief, editorial board members, and editorial staff must remain uninfluenced by advertisers or business staff in their decisions regarding the placement and merits of editorial content.

Disclaimer: The appearance of paid advertising in the journal does not constitute an endorsement by AAfPE of the product, service, or company involved. All advertising content must include a disclaimer regarding this.

Use of AAfPE Logo: The AAfPE logo shall not appear in any advertisement without prior written approval. Advertisers may not reference their advertisement’s appearance in the journal for collateral advertising purposes without authorization.

Advertising Authorization: Authorization to include advertising will not be granted if it reduces the overall value of the journal to AAfPE members or subscribers or is detrimental to the AAfPE brand.

Accessibility Statement

AAfPE is committed to providing an accessible web presence to all individuals, regardless of disabilities. We adhere to the W3C’s Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) 2.1 Level AA as our web accessibility objective. We strive to deliver content at higher accessibility levels (Level AAA) whenever possible.

If you encounter any difficulties accessing information or services on our site, please contact us at accessibility@aafpe.org. Specify the nature of the accessibility issue and the assistive technology you use.

Data Privacy

AAfPE respects your preferences regarding the treatment of personal information collected from your use of our website and services. Our data privacy policies are designed to protect your personal information while ensuring you receive a personalized experience.

  • Collection of Personal Information: We collect personal information to provide and improve our services, including contact details, demographic information, and usage data.

  • Use of Personal Information: The information collected is used to deliver personalized content, enhance user experience, and communicate with you regarding AAfPE updates and services.

  • Data Protection: We implement robust security measures to protect your personal information from unauthorized access, alteration, or disclosure.

  • User Rights: You have the right to access, modify, and request the deletion of your personal information. To exercise these rights, please contact us at privacy@aafpe.org.

  • Third-Party Sharing: We do not share your personal information with third parties without your explicit consent, except as required by law or to provide our services.

 

For further details on our data privacy practices, please visit our privacy policy page

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