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Preserving the Attorney Client Privilege


The attorney client privilege has been described as the oldest of the privileges for confidential communications known to common law. The purpose of the privilege is to protect communications between counsel and clients, to encourage open discussion and to safeguard the confidential relationship between clients and their attorneys.

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John Kingston

Originally Presented:
October 17, 2013