FREE ETHICS CLE: How to Meet Your Affirmative Duty of Protecting Attorney Client Privilege in a Work From Home Environment

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Working from home is particularly complicated for lawyers. While we navigate many of the same difficulties as other professionals, such as managing staff remotely, we are also subject to additional complications, such as ensuring attorney-client privilege––a cornerstone of the American legal system.

How do we ensure that that clients can be completely open and honest about their legal situation and prevent disclosure of communications related to legal advice when we are outside of our office? Which communications and interactions do we need to be concerned about while working from home or from other unusual or awkward settings? And how can we ensure other attorneys and staff are meeting these requirements when working from different locations?