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The website uses Google Analytics, a web analytics tool that helps website owners understand how visitors use their website. Google Analytics collects information anonymously. It reports website trends without identifying individual visitors.

Google Analytics uses “cookies” to track visitor interactions. A cookie is a way to store a piece of information, such as what time the website visit occurred, whether the visitor has been to the site before, and what website referred the visitor to the web page. With this data, we at Vermont Legal Aid can improve our website and make it easier for you to find information.

The website also uses Google Demographics and Interest Reporting and Google AdWords. These services make use of Google Advertising cookies.

Some people prefer not to allow cookies when they search the Internet. Most web browsers let you manage or turn off cookies. (Examples of web browsers are Internet Explorer, Safari, Firefox and Chrome.) Look for cookie options in the privacy and security settings of the browser you are using. Google Analytics also offers a tool to add to your browser that prevents your data from being collected by Google Analytics.

You can also review and change your Google Ads Settings or you can opt out of seeing “personalized ads.” Another resource is the NAI website, where you can opt out of many kinds of interest-based advertising.

The website uses its own cookies to move people through the website efficiently. We do not collect personally identifiable information with these cookies.

If you use an online form on, we protect the transfer of that information with a HTTPS secure connection. We will keep your information confidential.