ABA President Addresses Attorney-Client Privilege

American Bar Association President James R. Silkenat responded to a letter from National Security Agency Director Gen. Keith B. Alexander by saying, the ABA "looks forward to continuing a constructive dialogue with the NSA to ensure that American lawyers and their clients have confidence that their privileged communications are appropriately protected." The exchange follows the ABA’s Feb. 20 questioning of the agency’s policies to protect the attorney-client privilege in the course of its intelligence mission.

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