Local Government Law Bulletin #103

Closed Sessions under the Attorney-Client Privilege

Monday, April 1, 2002

Presents a broad review of questions that arise under the authorization for closed sessions, which has been the subject of four court of appeals decisions in recent years. For that reason, it is appropriate to undertake a detailed consideration of the authorization, both to review the recent decisions and to discuss other aspects of the statutory language. For a related publication, see Open Meetings and Local Governments in North Carolina, Seventh Edition.

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