33 Whittier L. Rev. 109 (2011-2012)
When Dying Takes Too Long: Activism for Social Change to Protect and Expand Choice at the End of Life

handle is hein.journals/whitlr33 and id is 113 raw text is: WHEN DYING TAKES TOO
LONG:
ACTIVISM FOR SOCIAL
CHANGE TO PROTECT AND
EXPAND CHOICE AT THE END
OF LIFE
KATHRYN L. TUCKER'

1. Ms. Tucker has served as Director of Legal Affairs, Compassion & Choices
since 1996. Prior to this, she was in private practice with Perkins Coie in Seattle, WA.
She teaches Law, Medicine and Ethics at the End of Life at law schools, including
the University of Washington, Seattle University and Loyola/Los Angeles. Professor
Tucker has been involved in many of the cases and campaigns discussed herein. She is
a graduate of Georgetown University Law Center. Ms. Tucker extends special thanks
to Mary Anne Davies, Loyola Law School, JD candidate 2012, for her able assistance
in preparing this article.

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