The Ethics of Dealing with Government Surveillance and Client Confidentiality AC19 (.MP3)
Immigration violations have become increasingly criminalized by the Trump administration. As a result, immigrants are being subjected to warrantless monitoring, searches, and seizures. At the same time, there has been an increase in reports of immigration attorneys receiving FISA notices regarding communications they’ve had with a client or witness. It is thus necessary to respond to these intrusions, both in the attorney’s own practice and in the attorney’s application of the law, to protect a client’s rights.
- How Attorneys Can Protect Themselves Both Legally and Through Encryption
- How to Know When You or Your Client May Be Under Government Surveillance
- How to Respond to the Government’s Use of Searches, Seizures, and Surveillance of Your Client
- What to Do When You Find out the Government Did Intercept Attorney-Client or Attorney-Witness Communications
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