The principle of legal professional privilege has been described as “much more than an ordinary rule of evidence”. It has been stated that it is “a fundamental condition upon which the administration of justice as a whole rests”. Per Kelly J: Duncan v Governor of Portlaoise Prison.
The boundaries of legal professional privilege are commonly misunderstood and frequently open to challenge.
This webinar will examine the scope of privilege and when it can be asserted. It will provide you with an analysis of recent case law as well as practical tips on how to ensure that claims of privilege are upheld.
Legal Professional Privilege and Civil Litigation
Legal Professional Privilege in the Regulatory Context
Legal Professional Privilege and Investigations
Panel Questions & Answers: Legal Professional Privilege in Practice