The Law of Privilege in Canada (Print + ProView online)

Robert W. Hubbard; Suzanne M. Duncan; Katie Doherty

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The Law of Privilege in Canada is a comprehensive guide to privilege and confidentiality. It will help you understand privilege laws and how to use them. Written in clear language, it explains everything you need to know about privilege laws, including:

  • History and purpose
  • The principles
  • The various privileges, how each currently operates, and their scope
  • A detailed look at the major cases and relevant legislation
  • Practical explanations of how to invoke the privilege
  • Exemptions and exceptions to privilege
  • The "key points" on each type of privilege in an at-a-glance format
  • New chapter on Press Privilege

This resource keeps you current and includes the most relevant case law. The book is divided into self-contained chapters on different privileges for quick researching.

Available as part of the eLooseleaf Library on ProView with an integrated search option for WestlawNext Canada subscribers. See all eLooseleaf titles at

Est Cost:$464 per supplement (5-7 per year). Supplements invoiced separately.


Practice Area:
Civil Procedure,Criminal Law and Procedure,Ethics and Professional Responsibility


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