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In American legal jurisprudence, the attorney-client privilege is frequently referred to as “sacrosanct,” with origins pre-dating the Constitution. Although it is commonly understood to be an “absolute privilege,” the privilege does not actually apply to all aspects of the attorney-client relationship. This CLE will begin with a general overview of the basics of the Attorney-Client Privilege & Work Product Doctrine, and then engage a more detailed analysis of emerging issues and technology considerations; key differences between attorney-client privilege and the work product doctrine; selected differences between state privilege law and federal privilege law and practical tips for protecting and promoting work product, attorney-client privilege and confidentiality.
Ethics, General CLE
Elizabeth C. Chavez, Esq., Kathleen C. Chavez, Esq.
December 13, 2018
1.5 General CLE Credits, .5 Ethics Credits
Section I. Introduction
Section II. Basics of Attorney-Client Privilege
Section III. Basics of Work Product Doctrine
Section IV. The Difference between Attorney-Client Privilege and Work Product Doctrine
Section V. Selected Differences between State and Federal Laws
Section VI. Technology and its Impact on Attorney-Client Privilege, Confidentiality and Work Product Doctrine
Section VII. Ethical Considerations, Practice Pointers and Tips for Protecting and Promoting Confidentiality, Attorney-Client Privilege and Work Product Doctrine
Kathleen C. Chavez, Esq.
Elizabeth C. Chavez, Esq.
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