Under Shelter of Confidentiality, 50 Case Western Law Rev. 1 (1999)
The law confers on lawyers two strong legal powers that endow
us with unique authority in our constitutional system. One of these
powers is the right to maintain litigation on behalf of clients against
others. The other is that of maintaining secrets imparted by clients in
the course of seeking legal advice or assistance. Neither of these
powers is unqualified.
Date of Authorship for this Version
Hazard, Geoffrey C. Jr., "Under Shelter of Confidentiality" (1999). Faculty Scholarship Series. Paper 2352.