The Law Journal is pleased to make available articles from the Winter 2006 issue. All citations are to 37 Loy. U. Chi. L.J. ___.
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- From Quinlan to Cruzan to Schiavo: What Have We Learned?
by William H. Colby
- Terri Schiavo: Unsettling the Settled
by Lois Shepherd
- Critical Essay: Musings on the Need to Convince Some People with Disabilities that End-of-Life Decision-Making Advocates Are Not Out to Get Them
by Kathy L. Cerminara
- The Right to Die: The Broken Road from Quinlan to Schiavo
by Annette E. Clark
- On Hastening Death Without Violating Legal and Moral Prohibitions
by Norman L. Cantor
- The Shattered Vessel: The Dying Person in Jewish Law and Ethics
by Philip J. Bentley, DD