July 21, 2016
Medical Law Review (vol. 24, no. 2, 2016) is available online by subscription only.
- “Converting the ‘Right to Life’ to the ‘Right to Physician-Assisted Suicide and Euthanasia’: An Analysis of Carter v Canada (Attorney General), Supreme Court of Canada” by Benny Chan and Margaret Somerville
- “What are ‘Best Interests’? A Critical Evaluation of ‘Best Interests’ Decision-Making in Clinical Practice” by Helen J. Taylor
- “Breaching the Sexual Boundaries in the Doctor-Patient Relationship: Should English Law Recognise Fiduciary Duties?” by Suzanne Ost
- “A Shocking Requirement in the Law on Negligence Liability for Psychiatric Illness: Liverpool Women’s Hospital NHS Foundation Trust v Ronayne  EWCA CIV 588” by Andrew S. Burrows and John H. Burrows
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