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Posted on July 24, 2020 at 3:30 AM

I just received my copy of the SMU Law Review, Vol. 73, No. 1 (Winter 2020). This is a special issue focused on the 30th Anniversary of Cruzan and the Right to Die. 


FOREWORD: CRUZAN AND THE “RIGHT TO DIE”
Thomas Wm. Mayo


FIRST MAN AND SECOND WOMAN: REFLECTIONS ON THE ANNIVERSARIES OF APOLLO 11 AND CRUZAN
George 1 Annas


CRUZAN’S LEGACY IN AUTONOMY
Kathy L. Cerminara


REMAKING THE “RIGHT TO DIE”: GIVE ME LIBERTY BUT DO NOT GIVE ME DEATH
Janet L. Dolgin


BEYOND CRUZAN: DEMENTIA AND THE BEST INTERESTS STANDARD
Rebecca Dresser


CRUZAN AND THE OTHER EVIDENTIARY STANDARD: A RECONSIDERATION OF A LANDMARK CASE GIVEN ADVANCES IN THE CLASSIFICATION OF ‘DISORDERS OF CONSCIOUSNESS AND THE EVOLUTION OF DISABILITY LAW
Joseph Fins


A HISTORY OF THE LAW OF ASSISTED DYING IN THE UNITED. STATES
Alan Meisel


CRUZAN AND SURROGATE DECISION-MAKING
David Orenflicher


VIDEO ADVANCE DIRECTIVES: GROWTH AND BENEFITS OF AUDIOVISUAL RECORDING
Thaddeus Mason Pope


THE LEGACY OF CRUZAN: BALANCING THE MORAL AGENCY OF SURROGATES AND THE STATE
Margie Hodges Shaw, Timpthy E. Quill, and Bernard L. Sussman

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