Legal privilege & interdisciplinary practice
Our Senior Adviser Research and Advocacy Nareeda Lewers features in the latest Law Institute Journal writing about the role of legal professional privilege in interdisciplinary legal practices.
As this model of service delivery becomes more commonplace, with lawyers working alongside social workers and other professions to better meet the needs of clients, it has become apparent that some information may not be covered by legal professional privilege. This means it could be subpoenaed and used against clients.
You can read Nareeda's article "Where Professional Privilege is Blurred"
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