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Opinion: Abolish The Attorney-Client Privilege

, The Connecticut Law Tribune

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One of the great myths of the legal profession is that the attorney-client privilege promises absolute confidentiality to ensure clients' full disclosure to their counsel. However, as most lawyers know too well, clients have a natural propensity to engage in self-protective selective disclosure, which may be justified given the many exceptions to the supposedly clear, certain and reliable rule and the vigor with which most counsel attack their adversaries' invocation of the privilege.

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