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LIV Criminal Law Conference 2019 - Ethics and The Royal Commission VIDEO

LIV Criminal Law Conference 2019 - Ethics and The Royal Commission VIDEO

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CPD Units .75
  • Ethics & Professional Responsibility
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At what point does the lawyer's duty to the Court take priority over the duty to the client? What are the duties of loyalty to the client? When does appropriate professional and ethical conduct cause those duties to become secondary to other requirements? When must, or may, a lawyer disclose confidential, including privileged, information? Is the role of an informer compatible with legal practice? And if disclosure is required, what, if any, is the lawyer's consequential duty of disclosure to the client? Is the "mouthpiece rule" relevant to these and other questions?

This video considers these and other matters and promote discussion of issues which, at times, have no easy answer and even no answer at all.

Presenter: The Hon. Nahum Mushin, Former Judge of the Family Court of Australia, Adjunct Professor of Law, Monash University

Run time: 44:57:00