Once legal professional privilege is established, the lawyer’s mouth is ‘shut for ever’.
(1792) 4 Durn and E 753,  EngR 3089, (1792) 4 TR 753, (1792) 100 ER 1283
England and Wales
Cited – B and Others Russell McVeagh McKenzie Bartleet and Co v Auckland District Law Society, Gary J Judd PC 19-May-2003
(New Zealand) Solicitors resisted requests to disclose papers in breach of legal professional privilege from their professional body investigating allegations of professional misconduct against them.
Held: The appeal was allowed. The . .
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Updated: 29 September 2021; Ref: scu.182246