Avoiding 'The Big Chill': Protecting the Attorney-Client Relationship from the Effect of Zurcher
21 Conn. L. Rev. 293
71 Pages Posted: 27 Nov 2016
Date Written: 1989
This article examines the Zurcher v.Stanford Daily case and its aftermath. The article further explores the controversy surrounding post-Zurcher searches of non-suspect attorneys' offices. These searches raise several legal concerns and presents difficult decisions to attorneys served with search warrants.
Keywords: attorney-client relationship, Zurcher v. Stanford Daily, fourth amendment, law office searches
JEL Classification: K3
Suggested Citation: Suggested Citation
Mogill, Michael A., Avoiding 'The Big Chill': Protecting the Attorney-Client Relationship from the Effect of Zurcher (1989). 21 Conn. L. Rev. 293, Available at SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=2743038
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