Course Reviews: The Mechanics of Attorney-Client Privilege

Attorneys Rate this CLE Course 4.62 out of 5 Stars Based on 5,074 Ratings

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Throw mud at the wall. The presentation was muddled, and they tried to include too much extraneous information.
- Fred Q
Some audio issues but overall ok.
- Timothy S
a good seminar; they are well coordinated in their topics, it made sense to me.
- armando r. v
Presenters did a great job conveying the information. I don't particularly like the nuances of this subject matter. It was comfortable considering how much I don't really like thinking about this kind of thing. And it's super relevant to all practicing attorneys.
- Andrew T
Presenters did a great job conveying the information. I don't particularly like the nuances of this subject matter. It was comfortable considering how much I don't really like thinking about this kind of thing. And it's super relevant to all practicing attorneys.
- Andrew T
There were gaps in the audio portion that were distracting. The speakers appeared to be stuttering.
- Merril N
excellent presentation
- Brian P
I have been a lawyer for decades ... never to old to learn from great attorney like these.
- Ronald M
Interesting and well presented--thank you.
- DANIEL A
Interesting coverage on a usually bland topic. Good practice tips and strengthened what I know.
- Janis W
Very helpful and clear presentation. Thank you.
- Alice A
Very good
- Anne Marie H
It was very difficult to follow the instructor's remarks as there is considerable echo in the audio. The presenters tended to ramble, which also caused the topic to be difficult to follow.
- Catherine C
Great Job!
- Thomas J
This was a very useful and informative refresher course on the Attorney-Client privilege.
- Timothy J
Multiple presenters made this video go by fast actually. Well done!
- Jennifer S
A handful of minor skips in the audio , but nothing major.
- Adam G
Great reminders and practical overview, even for the non-practitioner.
- McKenzie H
That one lawyer kept saying “you know”about every 20 words. It was so irritating. If he cannot talk extemporaneously, he should have read from a script. The other two guys were fine.
- Alda S
Good analysis of privilege. They are Florida attorneys but the course does not give credit for Florida hours. That would be nice.
- Alice B
Very comprehensive.
- Hugh O
very repetitive
- William C
excellent update on attorney client privileged communications and its nuances
- Timothy M
Good and important content. Second speaker needs to speak more directly to the camera rather than face to his right.
- E. Mitchell S
Very useful and informative.
- Jill T