This decision holds that an attorney’s jury selection notes are not subject to absolute attorney work product protection in connection with a challenge to the jury panel or the judgment based on racial or other discriminatory use of peremptory challenges or claimed the Batson/Wheeler error.  An attorney’s jury selection notes are unlikely to reveal impressions, conclusions, or opinions about the legal theory of the case, as opposed to impressions about particular jurors. And once a prima facie case of discriminatory peremptory challenges is made, the interest in preserving the integrity of the jury system outweighs the party’s interest in keeping work product secret.  However, the attorney may make a showing that particular portions of the notes concern opinions or strategy unrelated to jury selection and thus exempt those portions from disclosure.