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Attorney-Client Privilege -- In-Class Exercise

Submitted by Davalene Cooper on Tue, 04-26-2011
Teaching material type
Class exercise
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Davalene Cooper
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New England Law Boston
United States
This in-class exercise builds from a problem in the Gillers textbook and compares various approaches to what is privileged in the in-house counsel context and then compares those approaches to the approach taken under European Union law.
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