Wednesday, June 15, 2011
From today until June 27th, I will be traveling. While I'm gone, Ann Murphy will be guest blogging here. Professor Murphy is an Associate Professor of Law at the Gonzaga University School of Law, where she teaches Evidence, Individual Federal Income Tax, Taxation of Exempt Organizations, Wills and Trusts, and Litigation Skills and Professionalism. In 2007, she won the Orland Professor of the Year at Gonzaga, and later that year she served as a Fulbright Lecturer in Beijing.
Professor Murphy has published several books, with her most recent being People of the State of California v. Phillip Spector Case File. She has also published numerous articles, including:
•Federal Rule of Evidence 502 – Inadvertent Disclosure - The “Get-Out-Of-Jail-Free Provision” - Or Is It? - 41 New Mexico Law Review __ (2011);
•The Attorney-Client Privilege and Inadvertent Disclosure, Washington State Bar Association, Litigation News, Special Edition: Evidence, spring 2010;
•FRE 502: The Lawyer-Saving Provision for Inadvertent Waivers of Privileges, LexisNexis Emerging Issues Analysis, June 7, 2010; and
•Spin Control and the High-Profile Client - Should the Attorney-Client Privilege Extend to Communications with Public Relations Consultants?, 55 Syracuse Law Review 545 (2005).
So, please join me in giving a warm welcome to her.