Assisted dying: A subject at the heart of legal and societal issues, by L MILLESCAMPS

On October 16, 2021, David Peace, a terminally ill patient, claimed that the English legislation had ‘failed' him. Diagnosed in 2019 with a disease affecting his motor skills, this Londoner travelled to Switzerland to benefit from a dignified end to his life without fearing “intolerable” pain. English laws do not allow people near death to … Continue reading Assisted dying: A subject at the heart of legal and societal issues, by L MILLESCAMPS

Sabrina Germain – Justice and Profit in Health Care Law: A Comparative Analysis of the United States and United Kingdom (Hart Publishing 2019)

The COVID-19 pandemic has provided us with yet another example of the moral significance of health care resources in our societies. The indisputable seriousness of health care needs makes the distribution of health care resources stand out from any other good and mandates that it follows principles of justice. Unfortunately, even before the public health … Continue reading Sabrina Germain – Justice and Profit in Health Care Law: A Comparative Analysis of the United States and United Kingdom (Hart Publishing 2019)