In this Article, I will consider two general areas of the U.S. law of confidentiality. In Part I, I will reflect briefly upon what I call “the U.S. culture of lawyer-client confidentiality.” I say “culture” rather than “cult,” and one must guard against temptations to confuse those concepts. Those reflections will serve as background—by way of both match and contrast—to my sketch of the U.S. law of confidentiality in Part II.
Charles W. Wolfram,
The U.S. Law of Client Confidentiality: Framework for an International Perspective,
15 Fordham Int'l L.J. 529
Available at: http://ir.lawnet.fordham.edu/ilj/vol15/iss3/2