Confidential Communications Between Solicitor and Client: Legal Advice Privilege
Madam Justice Victoria Gray and Lisa Laird

Current to: February 1, 2007
Posted: Thursday, May 24, 2007

This paper is an excerpt from chapter 17 of CLE BC's brand-new publication Introducing Evidence at Trial: A British Columbia Handbook. The authors provide a summary of legal advice privilege and how it is applied by the courts. Practice points help practitioners to determine in what circumstances the privilege will apply.

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This paper is an excerpt from chapter 17 of Introducing Evidence at Trial: A British Columbia Handbook. Written and reviewed by a team of well-respected judges and litigators, the Handbook is a clear, concise, and portable guide on how to effectively and confidently introduce evidence in a civil or criminal trial. Each chapter provides "how to" advice through succinct statements of legal principles, and helpful practice tips, including checklists of key considerations, examples, and practice scripts.

 

 

 

 

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