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Providing solutions to specific issues which regularly arise in practice, this practical guide gives detailed and up to date coverage of all key aspects of privilege including legal advice privilege, joint and common interest privilege, and the privilege against self-incrimination as they apply to litigation and non-litigation situations.
Analysis of the law of privilege, the law relating to information that is confidential and cannot be released to a court of law. Includes tables of cases, statutes and rules and regulations, a bibliography and an index. The author is a senior lecturer in law at Monash University.
'Erskine May', like 'Hansard', is a book recognised by its author's name much more readily than by its title; and, also like Hansard, it is closely connected to the work of the British Houses of Parliament. Thomas Erskine May (1815-86), clerk to the House of Commons, began his working life as assistant to the House of Commons librarian, and familiarised himself with constitutional history and parliamentary procedure during a long and distinguished career. This 1844 book describes the workings of Parliament, including its constitution, powers and privileges, practice and proceedings, and private bills. The history and traditions of the institution are examined, and current practice explained in detail. It went into several subsequent editions, and was translated into many languages. Erskine May was also a cautious but efficient reformer, streamlining procedures in order to manage much greater amounts of parliamentary business: his work is still consulted on procedural matters.
This analysis presents a new approach to the issue of legal professional privilege. It offers a thorough exploration of the principles underlying the privilege and takes a Commonwealth-wide approach, covering the law in England, Australia, Canada, New Zealand and South Africa.

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