41 Dalhousie L.J. [i] (2018)

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Volume 41                Number 1              Spring 2018


 Physicians' Attitudes, Concerns, and Procedural Understanding
 of Medical Aid-in-Dying in Vermont
            Teresa Ditommaso, An P. Kirshenbaum and Brendan Parent

 Foreseeably Unclear: The Meaning of the Reasonably
 Foreseeable Criterion for Access to Medical Assistance
 in Dying in Canada
                                 Jocelyn Downie and Kate Scallion

 Legalizing Assisted Dying: Cross Purposes and Unintended
                                                Emily Jackson

 Trying and Dying: Are Some Wishes at the End of Life
 Better Than Others?
                                                  Oliver J. Kim

 A Comparative Analysis of Voluntariness Safeguards and
 Review Procedure under Oregon and the Netherlands'
 Physician Assisted Dying Laws
                                       Michaela Estelle Okninski

 Euthanasia by Organ Donation
                                               Michael Shapiro

 Questioning POLST: Practical and Religious Issues
                                                 Lloyd Steffen

 Legal History and Rights for Nonhuman Animals:
 An Interview with Steven M. Wise
                                             Angela Fernandez

 The Stakes in Steak: Examining Barriers to and Opportunities
 for Alternatives to Animal Products in Canada
                                                  Angela Lee

 The Animal Protection Commission: Advancing Social Membership
 for Animals through a Novel Administrative Agency
                                             John MacOormick

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