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11997Washington v Glucksberg; Vacco v QuillEburn, Michael E10-May-2010
21999Emergency Law: Rights, liabilities and duties of emergency workers and volunteersEburn, Michael E19-Nov-2009
31997Legislation and Legal IssuesEburn, Michael E17-May-2010
41999Rescuers and Nervous ShockEburn, Michael E20-Nov-2009
51999Doctors, the Duty to Rescue: and the Ambulance ServiceEburn, Michael E20-Nov-2009
61994Withdrawing, Withholding and Refusing Emergency ResuscitationEburn, Michael E4-Dec-2009
71995Religion and the Constitution: an Illusory FreedomEburn, Michael E3-Feb-2010
81996Death Gives Birth to the need for new Law: The case for law reform regarding medical end of life decisionsEburn, Michael E19-Apr-2012
91999Legal IssuesEburn, Michael E19-Apr-2012
101994Bioethics and the Challenge of Technological ChangeEburn, Michael E19-Apr-2012
111998Duty of Care and Community Health WorkersEburn, Michael E23-Apr-2012
121996Setting the Standards for Medical Negligence: The 'Bolam' test post 'Rogers v Whitaker'Eburn, Michael E23-Apr-2012
131994Liabilities of Directors and StaffEburn, Michael E23-Apr-2012
141995Voluntary Euthanasia: The Northern Territory ExperienceEburn, Michael E23-Apr-2012
151996Director's DutiesEburn, Michael E23-Apr-2012
161992Emergency Vehicles and the law in New South WalesEburn, Michael E2-Jun-2010
171995Voluntary Euthanasia: Making the LawEburn, Michael E30-Nov-2009
181996United States recognition of the right to dieEburn, Michael E30-Nov-2009
191996Further Decision on the Right to DieEburn, Michael E30-Nov-2009
201994Protecting a client's interests: The question of ethicsEburn, Michael E11-Mar-2010
211997The Legal Status of a Living AbortusEburn, Michael E11-Mar-2010
221999Emergency LawEburn, Michael E26-Mar-2010
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