Thu, 12 Jan|
Professional Confidentiality and Privilege
Professional Confidentiality and Privilege: some implications from SLCC
Time & Location
12 Jan 2023, 17:30 – 19:00
Glasgow, 12 Nelson Mandela Pl, Glasgow G2 1BT, UK
About the event
Donald Reid will give a general overview of the principles underlying Legal Professional Privilege, will consider the decision in SLCC v Murray  CSIH 46 and seek to draw some lessons and points of practice which follow from this important decision, with particular emphasis on the potential for third party complaints.
About the Speaker: Donald Reid (Mitchells Roberton)
Born, raised and educated in Glasgow Donald gained an M.A. and LLB at the University of Glasgow becoming a Partner in Mitchells Roberton in 1978. He is a specialist in property law dealing mainly in commercial transactions, security work and property related company matters. He is listed in the Law Society of Scotland’s approved Directory of Expert Witnesses relative to professional negligence claims.
Donald gives evidence in court on instruction of both Pursuers and Defenders. He is also consulted regularly to give formal and informal Opinions in his field of expertise. Donald lectured and tutored on the Diploma in Legal Practice for 20 years, he speaks widely at professional seminars and conferences and has contributed articles and chapters to various journals and publications.
He is a former Dean of the Royal Faculty of Procurators in Glasgow and was Chairman of Mitchells Roberton from 1997 to 2021. In April 2021 Donald stepped down as Chairman after 24 years but continues to work as a Consultant.
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