Attorney/Client Privileged Information

Confidential communications between a client and an attorney for the purpose of securing legal advice. For the privilege of confidentiality to exist, the communication must be to, from or with an attorney.

Attorney/Client Privileged Information applies when a communication is made between privileged persons in confidence for the purpose of seeking, obtaining or providing legal assistance to the client. 

 

Examples: 
  • If communicate directly to an attorney that represents U.C. or U.C. Davis.