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SOURCEBOOK ON 
MEDICAL JURISPRUDENCE 

Professor B.M. Dickens 
1995/96 


FACULTY OF LAW 
UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO 













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SOURCEBOOK ON 

MEDICAL JURISPRUDENCE 

Professor B.M. Dickens 
1995/96 


FACULTY OF LAW 


UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO 











TABLE OF CONTENTS 


PART I COURSE OUTLINE 1.1 

PART II REFERENCES 2.1 

Articles 2.2 

PART III TEXTS 

Canadian Medical Protective Association: Revenue 

Statement and Statistical Summary 3.1 

The Medical Malpractice Problem in the United 

States and Canada 3.3 

Patients' Interests and Clients' Wishes: Physicians 

and Lawyers in Discord 3.8 

Understanding Variations in What Doctors Do: Globe 
& Mail, November 22, 1993 3.16 

Legal and Medical Professional Orientations 3.17 

The Prichard Report-Liability and Compensation 

in Health Care 3.23 

Implications of Health Professionals' Legal Liability 3.59 

The Choice of Contrast Media: Medical, Ethical and 

Legal Considerations 3.65 

The Modern Law on Informed Consent 3.69 

The Doctrine of "Informed Consent": Informed Choice 

in Medical Care 3.74 

Liability Concerns about the Implementation of 

Advance Directives 3.85 

Adolescents and Medical Care Decisions 3.90 

Legal Limits of AIDS Confidentiality 3.94 

Confidentiality and the Duty to Warn 3.97 

From Letting Die to Inducing Death-The Legal 

Transition 3.106 

Case Comments: Medically Assisted Death: Nancy B 
v. Hotel-Dieu de Quebec 


3.113 






When Terminally Ill Patients Request Death: Assisted 

Suicide before Canadian Courts 3.131 

Research on Human Subjects 3.136 

Abortion and Distortion of Justice in the Law 3.142 

Legal Evolution of the Concept of Brain Death 3.154 

Legal and Ethical Issues in Buying and Selling Organs 3.158 

Morals and Markets in Transplantable Organs 3.163 

Who Legally Owns and Controls Human Organs after 

Procurement 3.168 

Living Tissue and Organ Donors and Property Law: 

More on Moore 3.173 

Reproduction Law and Medical Consent 3.184 

Case Comment: Eve v. E. 3.201 

Legal Aspects of the Beginning of Human Life 3.2 09 

Comparative Judicial Embryology: Judges' 

Approaches to Unborn Human Life 3.217 

Legal Issues in Embryo and Fetal Tissue Research 

and Therapy 3.224 

The Ethics of Fetal-tissue Donation: 

Consensus and Contradiction 3.236 

Proceed with Care: Final Report of the Royal 
Commission on New Reproductive Technologies-- 

Executive Summary 3.240 

Proceed with Care: Media Summary 3.244 

Maternal-Fetal Conflict ~ 3.262 

Legal Rights and Duties in the AIDS Epidemic 3.2 67 

CPSO Reviews Policy on HIV Infected Physicians 3.274 

Managing AIDS Patients 3.278 

Some Legal and Ethical Implications of 

Genetic Predictability 3.283 

Legal Issues in Predictive Genetic Testing Programs 3.289 


Medical Consent Legislation in Ontario 3.297 

Medical Records - Patient's Right to Receive Copies - 3.307 

Physician's Fiduciary Duty of Disclosure 

University of Toronto Centre for Bioethics - Living Will 3.312 

PART IV LEGISLATION 

Canada Health Act, Chapter C-6 4.1 

Ontario Human Tissue Gift Act, R.S.O. 1990, c. H20 4.8 

Health Disciplines Act, R.S.O. 1980, c. 196 (excerpt) 4.11 

Hospital Management, Regulation 965 of the Public 

Hospitals Act 4.14 

Ontario Bill 108 (1992) 4.22 

Ontario Bill 109 (1992) 4.50 

Regulated Health Professions Act (1991) ( excerpt ) 4.64’ 

Health Professions Procedural Code 4.68 



































































































































































































1.1 


PART I 

COURSE OUTLINE 


Medical Jurisprudence is offered as a lecture course, but its 
structure is kept loose in order to accommodate class discussion 
and/or seminar presentations from interested students. Students 
are encouraged, but not required, to give seminars; those writing 
term papers may find it useful to present their work in progress 
to the rest of the class for comment, perspective and provisional 
assessment. Evaluation in the course will be based on the term 
paper (which satisfies the law school’s writing requirement), 
on a final examination or on a take-home assignment, at the 
student's option. In exceptional circumstances a longer term 
paper, for three hours' credit, can be arranged. 

Students are advised to pay careful initial attention to the 
lists of recent articles that follow (Part II, infra .). They 
indicate significant topics addressed in the literature and 
the thematic dimensions of medical jurisprudence itself, disclosing 
well-trodden paths still worthy of pursuit, new matters coming 
to attention and points of interest available for further explora¬ 
tion. The whole list should be read soon after acquisition. 

It is divided into subject areas, but they are only general 
and provisional. Most articles affect a number of issues and 
may be of use in a number of differently directed studies . 

A firm sequence of topics to be addressed in class cannot be 
predetermined; much will depend on the interests of class members 
and on the subjects chosen for any seminar presentations. The 
sequence below may, however, serve as a loose model. 

medical negligence and malpractice — background issues 
malpractice litigation and the law 

- informed patient decision-making 
medical treatment of minors 
confidentiality 

- the right to die: natural death, non-treatment decisions 

(defective newborns, severely injured patients, etc.) 
legally protected life, wrongful birth and wrongful 
life 

criteria for the determination of death: brain death 
medical experimentation 

transplantation law and the control of body materials 

- reproduct ion control, including contraception, sterilization 

and abortion 

- reproduction promotion, including artificial insemination, 

"test tube" fertilization, surrogate motherhood and 
embryo transplantation 

- acquired immunodeficiency syndrome (AIDS) and HIV infection. 

genetic knowledge: developments, applications and impli¬ 
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2.1 


PART II 
REFERENCES 


ARTICLES 

For convenience, articles are grouped under nine topic headings, but most 
articles are relevant to two or more headings. A brief definition of the 
types of articles under each topic heading is provided below. However, 
reference to a specific subject should not be confined only to one topic 
heading. Articles preceded by the notation [incl.] are included in these 
materials. 

Topics 

1. Standard of Care and Malpractice : general articles on medicine and 

the law; types of liability and duty; who may be liable for 

malpractice. 

2. Consent : the modern law of "informed consent; substitute consent; 
right to refuse treatment (excluding life-saving treatment); rights 
of minors; experimentation 

3. Confidentialitv : access to medical records, immunity and privilege. 

4. Right to Die : right to refuse life-saving treatment; euthanasia. 

5. Mental Health : rights of the mentally incompetent; substitute 

consent; involuntary committal and sterilization; behaviour 
modification. 

6. Genetics and Eugenics : policy proposals and legislation; population 
policy; "wrongful life" and "wrongful birth" actions. 

7. Time Factors : Brain death; rights of the unborn; limitation periods. 

8. Biotechnology : New reproductive technology; organ transplants; 
transsexual surgery; new micro-organisms. 

9. Acguired Immunodeficiency Syndrome (AIDS) 














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I. STANDARD OF CARE AND MALPRACTICE 


1. American Medical Association (AMA) , "Response of the AMA to 
the Association of Trial Lawyers of America Statements 
Regarding the Professional Liability Crisis" 63 Univ. of 
Detroit Law Rev. (1985) 195-215. 

2. E.D. Armstrong, "Nurse Malpractice in North Carolina: The 
Standard of Care" 65(3) North Carolina Law Rev. 579-597. 

3. S.C. Atkinson, "Medicare 'Cost Containment 7 and Home Health 
Care: Potential Liability for Physicians and Hospitals" 21(4) 
Georgia Law Rev. 901-927. 

4. J.A. Bailey, "Physicians and Surgeons: Hospital Liability for 
Emergency Room Treatment: Is the Ostensible Agency Doctrine 
Viable in Oklahoma?" 40(2) Oklahoma Law Rev. 338-359. 

5. R.J. Basil, "Clergy Malpractice: Taking Spiritual Counselling 
Conflicts Beyond Intentional Tort Analysis" 19(2) Rutgers Law 
J. 419-450. 

6. J. Bettle, "Suing Hospitals Direct: Whose Tort Was it Anyhow?" 

New Law J. (June 19, 1987) 573-577. 

7. S.N. Biricik, "Reconciling Sec. 1157, Elam & West Covina 
Hospital: Is the Sanctity of the Hospital Peer Review 
Committee Salvageable?" 61(1) So. Calif. Law Rev. 183-214. 

8. B. Black, "A Unified Theory of Scientific Evidence" 56(4) 
Fordham Univ. Law Rev. (1987/88) 595-695. 

9. D. Bolt, "'Dealing with Errors of Clinical Judgment 7 - Meeting 
of the Medico-Legal Society" 54(4) Medico-Legal J. 220-235. 

10. C.D. Byrd, "Relative Responsibility Extended: Requirement of 
Adult Children to Pay for Their Indigent Parent's Medical 
Needs" 22(1) Family Law Quarterly (1988) 87-102. 

11. W.H. Classen, "Tying Staff Privileges to Physician Employment 
Contracts: An Erosion of Due Process Rights or a Necessary 
Evil?" 18 Seton Hall Law Rev. 4-29. 

12. C. Price Cohen, "Freedom From Abuse: One of the Human Rights 
of Children" 11(3) Univ. of Dayton Law Rev. 601-648. 

C.G. Combs, "Hospital Vicarious Liability for the Negligence 
of Independent Contractors and Staff Physicians: Criticisms of 
Ostensible Agency Doctrine in Ohio" 56 Cincinnati Law Rev. 
711-738. 


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14. B.M. Craig, "Survey of Recent Legal Developments Concerning 
Medical Issues" 17 Cumberland Law Rev. 533-551. 

15. P.M. Danzon, "The Effects of Tort Reforms on the Frequency and 
Severity of Medical Malpractice Claims" 48(2) Ohio State Law 
J. (1987) 413-417. 

[ 16. R.J. Drexler, Jr., "Defective Prosthetic Devices: Strict Tort 

Liability for the Hospital?" 32 Case Western Reserve Law Rev. 
929-956. 

17. J.T. Eaton, "What the Doctor Ordered" 15(4) The Brief 24-31. 

18. L.A. Elfenbein, "Future Medical Surveillance: An Award for 
Toxic Tort Victims" 38(4) Rutgers Law Rev. 795-811. 

19. A.R. Felthous, "Liability of Treaters for Injuries to Others: 
Erosion of Three Immunities" 15(2) Bulletin of the Amer. Acad, 
of Psychiatry & Law (1987) 115-125. 

20. T.K. Feng, "Failure of Medical Advice: Trespass or 

Negligence?" 7(2) Legal Studies 149-168. 

21. M.J. Fiorillo, "Clergy Malpractice: Should Pennsylvania 
Recognize A Cause of Action for Improper Counselling by a 
Clergy?" 92(1) Dickinson Law Rev. 223-251. 

22. M.A. Fiorini, et al., "The Production of Clinical Notes: The 
Forgotten Perspective" 9(4) Advocates' Quarterly 398-408. 

23. W. Gellhorn, "Medical Malpractice Litigation (U.S.) - Medical 
Mishap Compensation" 73(2) Cornell Law Rev. 170-212. 

24. P.J. Giancola, "Proximate Cause in a Medical Malpractice 
Action: Kallenberu v. Beth Israel Hospital Revisited" 22 Tort 
& Insurance Law J. (1986/87) 324-330. 

25. J.N. Godes, "Developing a New Set of Liability Rules for a New 
Generation of Technology: Assessing Liability for Computer- 
Related Injuries in the Health Care Field" 7 Computer/Law J. 
(1987) 517-534. 

26. L.O. Gostin, "The Future of Public Health Law" 12(3) Amer. J. 
of Law & Med. 461-490. 

27. M.F. Grady, "Why are People Negligent? Technology, Nondurable 
Precautions, and the Medical Malpractice Explosion" 82 
Northwestern Univ. Law Rev. (1988) 293-334. 


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28. T.H. Green, "Physicians and Surgeons: Res Ipsa Loquitur and 
Medical Malpractice in Oklahoma" 39(3) Oklahoma Law Rev. 539- 
558. 

29. H. Hahn, "Public Policy and Disabled Infants: A Sociopolitical 
Perspective" 3(1) Issues in Law & Med. 3-27. 

30. R.E. Hall and C. W. Dale, "Medical Malpractice Law in Idaho: 
An Update" 22(2) Idaho Law Rev. 173-193. 

31. C.L. Harner, "The Repeat of Washington's Infant Tolling 
Statute in Medical Malpractice Cases: State Constitutional 
Challenges" 22(1) Gonzaga Law Rev. 133-155. 

32. K. Hempel and Wulf-Goldiam Hauser, "Medical Malpractice Under 
Austrian Law" 5(5) Advocates Society J. 12-15. 

33. D.R. Hensler, "Trends in Tort Litigation: Findings From the 
Institute for Civil Justice's Research" 48(2) Ohio State Law 
J. (1987) 479-496. 

34. N. lies, "Curial Inconsistencies in the Doctor's Duty of Care" 
11 Adelaide Law Rev. (1987) 88-106. 

35. B. Kibble-Smith and A.N. Hafner, "The Effect of the 
Information Age on Physicians Professional Liability" 36 
DePaul Law Rev. 69-94. 

36. A.J. Lairson, "Reexamining the Physician's Duty of Care in 
Response to Medicare's Prospective Payment System" 62(4) 
Washington Law Rev. 791-812. 

37. D.B. Lawrence, "Strict Liability, Computer Software and 
Medicine: Public Policy at the Crossroads" 23(1) Tort & 
Insurance Law J. 1-18. 

38. T. Lazarus, Meija-Dietche, and P.B. Shein, "Don't Make Them 
Leave Their Right at the Door: The Rights of Elderly in 
Nursing Homes" 4 J. of Contemporary Health Law & Policy 321- 
374. 

39. D. LeBoeuf, "Psychiatric Malpractice: Exploitation of Women 
Patients" 11 Harvard Women's Law J. 83-116. 

40. R.C. Macaulay, Jr., "Health Care Cost Containment and Medical 
Malpractice: On a Collision Course" 21 Suffolk Univ. Law Rev. 
91-118. 

41. T.R. Machan, "Corporate Commerce vs. Government Regulation: 
The State and Occupational Safety and Health" 2(4) Notre Dame 
J. of Law, Ethics & Public Policy 791-823. 


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42. F.H. Marsh, "Health Care Cost Containment and the Duty to 
Treat" 6(2) J. of Legal Med. (1985) 157-190. 

43. M. Massey, "Evidence: Intentionally Destroyed Medical Records 
Give Rise to an Irrebuttable Presumption of Malpractice - 
Valcin v. Public Health Tirust of Dade County " 37(1) Univ. of 
Florida Law Rev. 197-203. 

44. H. Metz, "Death by Oversight" 17 Student Lawyer (1988) 13-19. 

45. L.S. Milner, "The Constitutionality of Medical Malpractice 
Legislative Reform: A National Survey" 18(3) Loyola Univ. of 
Chicago Law J. 1053-1084. 

46. N.C. Mitchell, "Deregulating Mandatory Medical Prescription" 
12(2) Amer. J. of Law & Med. 207-240. 

47. D.L. Moore, "Disparate Treatment of the Allocation of Power 
Between Judge and Jury in Legal and Medical Malpractice Cases" 
61 Temple Law Rev. (1988) 353-391. 

48. E.H. Morreim, "Cost Containment and the Standard of Medical 
Care" 75(5) Calif. Law Rev. 1719-1763. 

49. W.O. Morris, "Physicians' Liability for Injuries to 
Nonpatients" 17 Cumberland Law Rev. (1987) 505-517. 

50. C.S. Morter, "The Health Care Quality Improvement Act of 1986: 
Will Physicians Find Peer Review more Inviting?" 74(6) 
Virginia Law Rev. 1115-1140. 

51. D.M. Mulholland III, "The Evolving Relationship Between 
Physicians and Hospitals" 22(2) Tort & Insurance Law J. 295- 
311. 

52. L.J. Nelson III, "Medical Malpractice and the Transformation 
in Health Care Delivery" 17(2) Cumberland Law Rev. 313-356. 

53. M.B. Neraas, "The National Childhood Vaccine Injury Act of 
1986: A Solution to the Vaccine Liability Crisis?" 63(1) 
Washington L. Rev. 149-168. 

54. T.H. Norton, " Joy v. Eastern Main Medical Center : Extension of 
a Physician's Duty to Third Parties" 40 Maine Law Rev. 207- 
221 . 

55. D.J. Oakley and E.M. Kelley, "HMO Liability for Malpractice of 
Member Physicians: The Case of IPA Model HMOS" 23(3) Tort & 
Insurance Law J. 624-641. 



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56. W.M. Otto, "An Approach to Limiting Antitrust Review of 
Hospital Peer Review Decisions" (1986) Insurance Counsel J. 
457-463. 

57. G.D. Oxner, "Defending Physicians in Birth Injury Cases" 
Defense Counsel J. (1987) 410-414. 

58. S. Peltzman, "The Health Effects of Mandatory Prescriptions" 
30(2) J. of Law & Economics (1987) 207-238. 

59. D.A. Peters, "Advance Medical Directives: The Case for the 
Durable Power of Attorney for Health Care" 8(3) J. of Legal 
Med. (1987) 437-464. 

60. L.M. Pollack, "Medical Maloccurence Insurance (MMI): A First- 
Party, No-Fault Insurance Proposal For Resolving the Medical 
Malpractice Controversy" 23(3) Tort & Insurance Law J. 552- 
588. 

61. C. Price-Cohen, "Freedom From Abuse: One of the Human Rights 
of Children" 11(3) Univ. of Dayton Law Rev. 601-648. 

62. D. Reaume, "Rethinking Personal Injury Damages: Compensation 
for Lost Capacities" 67(1) Can. Bar Rev. 82-114. 

63. B.A. Rich, "Malpractice Issues in the Academic Medical Center" 
36(5) Defense Law J. (1987) 641-675. 

64. L.M. Ring and M.A. McGuire, "Apparent Agency: Another Weapon 
in Suits Against Hospitals" Trial (May 1988) 16-21. 

65. H.A. Rosencranz and W.G. Lavey, "Treating Patients with 
Communicable Diseases: Limiting Liability for Physicians and 
Safeguarding the Public Health" 32(1) St. Louis Univ. Law J. 
75-101. 

66. J. Schepers, "Preventing Malpractice: Professional Self- 
Regulation and the Quality of Care in Anesthesiology" 3 J. of 
Law, Ethics & Public Policy (1988) 249-279. 

67. R. Steinecke and D. Posluns, "Professional Misconduct 
Proceedings" 9(2) Advocates Quarterly 160-202. 

68. D. Suzuki, "Science and the Law" 37(2) The Advocate 113-119. 

69. K. Terrel, " St. Elizabeth Hospital v. Garrard : Case Comment" 
29(2) South Texas Law Rev. 461-486. 

J.C. Thornton, "The Liability of Cigarette Manufacturers for 
Lung Cancer: An Analysis of the Federal Cigarette Labelling 


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and Advertising Act and Preemption of Strict Liability in Tort 
Against Cigarette Manufacturers" 76(2) Kentucky Law J. 569- 
596. 

71. J.H. Tingle, "Negligence and Wilsher" 132 Solicitors J. (1988) 
910-911. 

72. K.I. Treiger, "Preventing Patient Dumping: Sharpening the 
Cobra's Fangs" 61(6) N.Y. Univ. Law Rev. 1186-1223. 

73. F. A. Trindade, "The Principles Governing the Recovery of 
Damages for Negligently Caused Nervous Shock" 45(3) Cambridge 
Law J. 476-500. 

74. D.B. Wexler, "Doctor, Patients Dialogue: A Second Opinion on 
Talk Therapy Through Law" 90 Yale Law J. 458-472. 

75. M.J. Zaremski and M.M. Spitz, "Liability of a Hospital as an 
Institution: Are the Walls of Jericho Tumbling?" 16(2) Forum 
(1980) 225-247. 


Standard of Care: 1989/90 Supplement 

1. S.F. Appleton, "More Thoughts on the Physician's 
Constitutional Role in Abortion and Related Choices" 66 
Washington Univ. Law Quarterly (1988) 499-522. 

2. B.R. Benninger, "Nursing Malpractice - The Nurse's Duty to 
Follow Orders" 90 West Virginia Law Rev. (1988) 1291-1313. 

3. K. Blaner, "Physician, Heal Thyself: Because the Cure, the 
Health Care Quality Improvement Act, May be worse than the 
Disease" 37(4) Catholic Univ. Law Rev. (Summer 1988) 1073-1112 

4. R. Bonnie, "Professional Liability and the Quality of Mental 
Health Care" 16(3-4) Law, Med. & Health Care (1988) 229-239. 

5. D. Callahan, "Meeting Needs and Rationing Care" 16(3-4) Law, 
Med. & Health Care (1988) 261-266. 

6. T. Christoff el, "The Role of Law in Reducing Injury" 17(1) 
Law, Med. & Health Care (1989) 17-22. 

7. L. Conlon, "Peer Review and Public Policy" 19 Loyola Univ. Law 
J. (1988) 1237-1260. 

8. R. Deber and S. Heiber, "Freedom, Equality and the Charter of 
Rights: Regulating Physician Reimbursement" 31 Can. Public 
Admin. (1988) 566-589. 



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9. D. Denaro Dine, "Ethics" (October 14, 1988) Modern Health Care 
22-30. 

10 B.M. Dickens, "Patients' Interests and Clients' Wishes: 
Physicians and Lawyers in Discord" 15(3) Law, Med. & Health 
Care (1987) 110-117. 

11. R. Eisenberg, "Academic Freedom and Academic Values in 
Sponsored Research" 66 Texas Law Rev. (1988) 1363-1404. 

12. R. Epstein, "Market and Regulatory Approaches to Medical 
Malpractice: The Virginia Obstetrical No-Fault Statute" 74 
Virginia Law Rev. (1988) 1451-1526. 

13. G. Ferrell, "An Economic Analysis of Liability for AIDS - 
Contaminated Blood Products" 12 Univ. of Puget Sound Law Rev. 
(1988) 75-107. 

14. T. Finley, G. Goodwin and T. Fisher, "Tort Reform and Medical 
Malpractice: Iowa's Past, Present and Future" 36 Drake Law 
Rev. (1986-87) 669-698. 

15. M.R. Geske, "Statutes Limiting Mental Health Professionals 
Liability for the Violent Acts of their Patients" 64 Indiana 
Law J. (1989) 391-422. 

16. L. Gonsalves, "Probability of Causation in Radiation Tort 
Litigation" 24 Tulsa Law J. (1989) 479-509. 

17. M. Griffin, "The Smoldering Issue in Cipollone v. Liggett 
Group Inc: Process Concerns in Determining Whether Cigarettes 
are a Defectively Designed Product" 73 Cornell Law Rev. (1988) 
606-627. 

18. M. A. Hall, "Institutional Control of Physician Behavior: 
Legal Barriers to Health Care Cost Containment" 137 Univ. 
Penn. Law Rev. (1988) 431-536. 

19. R. Herzlinger, "The Failed Revolution in Health Care - The 
Role of Management" 89(2) Harvard Bus. Rev. (Mar. 1989) 95- 
103. 

20. P. Hubbard, "The Physician's Point of View Concerning Medical 
Malpractice: A Sociological Perspective on the Symbolic 
Importance of 'Tort Reform'" 23 Georgia Law Rev. (1989) 295- 
358. 

J.W. Hughes, "The Effect of Medical Malpractice Reform Laws on 
Claim Disposition" 9 Int'l Rev. of Law & Economics (1989) 57- 
78. 


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22. M. Kapp, "Solving the Medical Malpractice Problem: 
Difficulties in Defining What Works" 17(2) Law, Med. & Health 
Care (Summer 1989) 156-165. 

23. D.S. Landi, "New York Psychologists and Social Workers: 
Confidentiality and Professional Malpractice" 32(2) Catholic 
Lawyer 139-149. 

24. B. Mahoney and M. Thornton, "Means-Based Fining: Views of the 
American Trial Court Judges" 13 The Justice System J. (1988) 
51-63, 90-92. 

25. M. Mandell and J. Goodman, "Obstetrical Negligence" 25 Trial 
(1989) 62-69. 

26. P. McGuire, "Foreseeable Misuse of Products" Trial (Nov. 1988) 
43-45. 

27. D. Moore, "An Interdisciplinary Seminar on Legal Issues in 
Medicine" 39 J. of Legal Educ.113-120. 

28. D. Murray, "The DES Causation Conundrum: A Functional 
Analysis" 32 N.Y. Law School Law Rev. (1987) 939-967. 

29. P.E. O'Connell, "Gay Rights Coalition v. Georgetown 

University: Failure to Recognize a Catholic University's 
Religious Liberty" 32(2) Catholic Lawyer 170-184. 

30. Page, Nigel, "Personal Injury: A Time for Change" 132 (51/52) 
Solicitors J. (Dec. 23, 1988) 1742-1746. 

31. D.J. Peters, "Hospital Malpractice: Eleven Theories of Direct 
Liability" Trial (Nov. 1988) 82-91. 

32. Pollock, Stewart, "Life and Death Decisions: Who Makes Them 
and By What Standards?" 41 Rutgers Law Rev. (1989) 505-540. 

33. M. Reagan, "Sounding Board - Health Care Rationing: What Does 
it Mean?" 319 New England J. of Medicine (1988) 1149-1151. 

34. J. Rosati, "Causation in Medical Malpractice: A Modified 
Valuation Approach" 50 Ohio State Law J. (1989) 469-485. 

35. J. Silver, "From Baby Doe to Grandpa Doe: The Impact of the 
Federal Age Discrimination Act on the "Hidden" Rationing of 
Medical Care" 37 Catholic Univ. Law Rev. (1988) 993-1112. 

S. Teret and M. Jacobs, "Prevention and Torts: The Role of 
Litigation in Injury Control" 17(1) Law, Med. & Health Care 
(1989) 17-22. 


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Standard of Care: 1990/91 Supplement 

1. R.B. Allen, "International Regulation of Defective Medical 
Devices: Protecting the Foreign Consumer Through Recall" 7(1) 
Boston Univ. Int'l Law J. (1989) 85-114. 

2. G.J. Annas, "Health Law at the Turn of the Century: From White 
Dwarf to Red Giant" 21(3) Connecticut Law Rev. (1989) 551-569. 

3. S. A. Arena, "Physician Negligence and Liability to Third 
Persons" 22 Suffolk Univ. Law Rev. (1988) 1153-1185. 

4. D.T. Armitage, "Psychiatric Malpractice in the Military" 7(3) 
Behavioral Sciences and the Law (1989) 287-315. 

5. J. Benetin and M. Wilder, "Sexual Exploitation and 
Psychotherapy" 11(2) Women's Rights Law Reporter (1989) 121- 
135. 

6. T.H. Boyd, "Cost Containment and the Physician's Fiduciary 
Duty to the Patient" 39 DePaul Law Rev. (1989) 131-159. 

7. H.G. Coopersmith, et al., "Determining Medical Fitness to 
Drive: Physicians' Responsibilities in Canada" 1(2) J. Motor 
Vehicle Law (1989) 115-124. 

8. A. Donabedian, "A Primer of Quality Assurance and Monitoring 

in Medical Care" 20(2) Univ. of Toledo Law Rev. (1989) 401- 

429. 

9. D.G. Duff, "Evidentiary Privilege for Hospital Quality 
Assurance and Risk Management: Assessing Statutory Reform" 
47(2) Univ. of Toronto Fac. Law Rev. (1989) 526-548. 

10. C.L. Gallup, "Can No-Fault Compensation of Impaired Infants 
Alleviate the Malpractice Crisis in Obstetrics?" 14(4) J. of 
Health Politics, Policy and Law (1989) 691-718. 

11. M.A. Hall, "The Malpractice Standard Under Health Care Cost 
Containment" 17 Law, Med. & Health Care (1989) 347-355. 

12. E, Harrison Hadley, "Nurses and Prescriptive Authority: A 
Legal and Economic Analysis" 15(2-3) Amer. J. of Law & Med. 
(1989) 245-299. 

13. H.L. Hirsch, "New Developments in Health Care" 20(3) Loyola 
Univ. Law J. (1989) 713-720. 

14. R.J. Hulteng, "Commentary - The Duty to Warn or Hospitalize: 
The New Scope of Tarasoff Liability in Michigan" 67(1) Univ. 
of Detroit Law Rev. (1989) 1-28. 



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15. S.M. Hutton, "Physician Freedom of Contract in Ontario: An 
Economic Justification for the Ban on Extra-Billing, with Some 
Recommendations for Structural Change" 47 Univ. of Toronto 
Fac. Law Rev. (1989) 780-824. 

16. A. J. Johnson, "New Jersey Supreme Court Declines to Extend the 
Statutory Right to Wrongful Death to the Negligently Caused 
Death of a Fetus. Giardina v. Bennett " 21(1) Rutgers Law J. 
(1989) 227-250. 

17. M.B. Kapp, "Solving the Medical Malpractice Problem: 
Difficulties in Defining What Works" 17(2) Law, Med. & Health 
Care (1989) 156-165. 

18. K.A. Larson, "Nursing Homes: Standards of Care, Sources of 
Potential Liability, Defenses to Suit, and Reform" 37(4) Drake 
Law Rev. (1987/88) 699-721. 

19. R.S. Latz, "No-Fault Liability and Medical Malpractice" 10(3) 
J. of Legal Med. (1989) 479-525. 

20. R.E. Leahy, "Rational Health Policy and the Legal Standard of 
Care: A Call for Judicial Deference to Medical Practice 
Guidelines" 77(6) Calif. Law Rev. (1989) 1483-1528. 

21. M.L. May and D.B. Stengel, "Who Sues Their Doctors? How 
Patients Handle Medical Grievances" 24(1) Law & Society Rev. 
(1990) 105-120. 

22. C.B. McCarty, "Patient Threats Against Third Parties: The 
Psychotherapist's Duty of Reasonable Care" 5 J. Contemp. 
Health Law and Policy (1989) 119-140. 

23. J.T. Melella, S. Travin and K. Cullen, "Legal and Ethical 
Issues in The Use of Anti-androgens in Treating Sex Offenders" 
17(3) Bulletin of Amer. Acad, of Psychiatry and the Law (1989) 
223-232. 

24. T.B. Metzloff, "Researching Litigation: The Medical 

Malpractice Example" 51(4) Law & Contemporary Problems (1988) 
199-241. 

25. J. Montgomery, "Medicine, Accountability, and Professionalism" 
16(2) J. of Law & Society (1989) 319-339. 

26. E.H. Morreim, "Stratified Scarcity: Redefining the Standard of 

Care" 17 Law, Med. & Health Care (1989) 356-367. 

H. Mortimer, "Computer-Aided Medicine: Present and Future 
Issues of Liability" 9(2) Computer/Law J. (1990) 177-203. 


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28. P.J. Naile, "Tort Liability for DPT Vaccine Injury and the 
Preemption Doctrine" 22(2) Indiana Law Rev. (1989) 655-705. 

29. K.L. Pederson and C.R. Webb, "Compensation for Childhood 
Vaccine Injuries" 25(8) Trial (1989) 37-43. 

30. J.C. Prins-Stairs, "The National Childhood Vaccine Injury Act 
of 1986: Can Congressional Intent Survive Judicial Sympathy 
for the Injured?" 10(4) J. of Legal Med. (1989) 703-737. 

31. T.H. Rice and R.J. Labelle, "Do Physicians Induce Demand for 

Medical Services?" 14(3) J. Health Policy & Law (1989) 587- 

600. 

32. M.C. Romney and D. Duffy, "Medicine and Law: Recent 
Developments" 25(2) Tort & Insurance Law J. (1990) 351-368. 

33. R.F. Schopp and D.B. Wexler, "Shooting Yourself in the Foot 

with Due Care: Psychotherapists and Crystallized Standards of 
Tort Liability" J. of Psychiatry and Law (Summer 1989) 163- 

203. 

34. D.L. Sieradzki, "Throwing Out the Baby with the Bathwater: 
Reform in the System for Compensating Obstetric Accidents" 
7(2) Yale Law & Policy Rev. (1989) 538-565. 

35. D.S. Starr, "The No-Fault Alternative to Medical Malpractice 
Litigation: Compensation, Deterrence, and Viability Aspects of 
a Patient Compensation Scheme" 20(3) Texas Tech Law Rev. 
(1989) 803-839. 

36. T.N. Steinberg, "Abortion Counseling: To Benefit Maternal 
Health" 15(4) American J. of Law and Medicine (1989) 483-517. 

37. C.J.J. Stolker, "The Unconscious Plaintiff: Consciousness as 
a Prerequisite for Compensation for Non-Pecuniary Loss" 39(1) 
Int'l & Comparative Law Quarterly (1990) 82-100. 

38. C.J. Trombetta, "The Unconstitutionality of Medical 
Malpractice Statutes of Repose: Judicial Conscience Versus 
Legislative Will" 34(2) Villanova Law Rev. (1989) 397-427. 

39. W.P. Whippy, "A Hospital's Personal and Non-delegable Duty to 
Care for Its Patients - Novel Doctrine or Vicarious Liability 
Disguised?" 63(3) Australian Law J. (1989) 182-204. 

40. C.M. With, "A Mother's Right to Recover Damages in New York 
for Negligent Infliction of Emotional Distress After a 
Stillbirth - Prognosis: No Recovery?" 53(1) Albany Law Rev. 
(1988) 217-242. 


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Standard of Care: 1991/92 Supplement 

1. R.C. Ausness, "Unavoidably Unsafe Products and Strict Products 
Liability: What Liability Rule Should be Applied to the 
Sellers of Pharmaceutical Products?" 78(4) Kentucky Law J. 
(1989/90) 705-766. 

2. P. Barker, "Medicare, Meech Lake, and the Federal Spending 
Power" 5 Can. J. C. & Society (1990) 111-126. 

3. E.M. Barry, "Pregnant, Addicted and Sentenced" Crim. Justice 
(Winter 1991) 23-27. 

4. Fr. R. Barry and J.E. Maher, "Indirectly Intended Life- 
Shortening Analgesia: Clarifying the Principles" 6(2) Issues 
in Law & Med. (1990) 117-151. 

5. M.S. Berger, "Following the Doctor's Orders — Caps on Non¬ 
economic Damages in Medical Malpractice Cases" 22 Rutgers Law 
J. (1990) 173-198. 

6. T.H. Boyd, "Disputes Regarding the Possession of Native 
American Religious and Cultural Objects and Human Remains: A 
Discussion of the Applicable Law and Proposed Legislation" 
55(4) Missouri Law Rev. (1990) 883-936. 

7. D.B. Brushwood, "The Pharmacist's Duty to Warn: Toward A 
Knowledge-based Model of Professional Responsibility" 40(1) 
Drake Law Rev. (1991) 1-60. 

8. C.L. Campbell, "Pertussis Vaccine Litigation in Three 
Countries," 18 Law, Med. & Health Care (1990) 59-68. 

9. B. Chapman, "Controlling the Costs of Medical Malpractice: An 
Argument for Strict Hospital Liability" 28(3) Osgoode Hall Law 
J. (1990) 523-570. 

10. W.A. Chittenden, "Malpractice Liability and Managed Health 
Care: History and Prognosis," 26 Tort & Insurance Law J. 
(1991) 451-496. 

11. N.H. Compton and J.D. Compton, "DPT Vaccine Manufacturer 
Liability: Chipping Away at Strict Liability to Save the 
Product" 20(3) New Mexico Law Rev. (1990) 531-553. 

12. S.R. Conley, "Lejeune v. Rayne Branch Hospital: Allowing 
Bystander Mental Anguish Claims in Louisiana" 65(4) Tulane Law 
J. 918-926. 

13. P.M. Danzon, "The 'Crisis' in Medical Malpractice: A 
Comparison of Trends in the U.S., Canada, the U.K. and 
Australia," 18 Law, Med. & Health Care (1990) 48-58. 



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14. H.A. Denemark, "Improving Litigation Against Drug 
Manufacturers for Failure to Warn Against Possible Side 
Effects: Keeping Dubious Lawsuits from Driving Good Drugs Off 
the Market" 40(2) Case Western Reserve Law Rev. (1989-90) 413- 
450. 

15. B.M. Dickens, "The Effects of Legal Liability on Physicians' 
Services," 41 Univ. Toronto Law J. (199i) 168-223. 

16. M.P. Duncan, "Fetal Protection Policies: Furthering Sex 
Discrimination in the Marketplace" 28(4) J. Family Law (1989- 
90) 727-751. 

17. C. Fayerweather, "Homeowner's Insurance Coverage of Negligent 
Transmission of Sexually Transmitted Disease" 31(5) Boston 
College Law Rev. (1990) 1209-1247. 

18. A. R. Felthous, "The Ever Confusing Jurisprudence of the 
Psychotherapist's Duty to Protect" J. Psychiatry & Law (Winter 
1989) 575-594. 

19. D.M. Fox, "Health Policy and the Politics of Research in the 
United States" 15(3) J. Health Politics, Policy & Law (1990) 
481-499. 

20. B. Freedman and K.C. Glass, " Weiss v. Solomon: A Case Study in 
Institutional Responsibility for Clinical Research," 18 Law, 
Med. & Health Care (1990) 395-403. 

21. D. Gerecke, "Risk Exposure as Injury: Alleviating the 
Injustice of Tort Causation Rules" 35(4) McGill Law J. (1990) 
797-840. 

22. G.P. Gramelspacher, "Institutional Ethics Committees and Case 
Consultation: Is There A Role?" 7(1) Issues in Law & Med. 
(1991) 73-91 

23. J.M. Grubbs, "Health Law Update: A Survey of Recent 
Developments in Indiana Law Governing Health Care Providers" 
23(2) Indiana Law Rev. (1990) 391-413. 

24. C.F. Hagan, "Vaccine Compensation Schemes" 45(5) Food Drug 
Cosmetic Law J. (1990) 477-486. 

25. P.E. Hamlet, "Fetal Protection Policies: A Statutory Proposal 
in the Wake of International Union, UAW v. Johnson Controls 
Inc. 75(5) Cornell Law Rev. (1990) 1110-1150. 

26. J.A. Henderson, Jr. "Process Norms in Products Litigation: 
Liability for Allergic Reactions" 51(4) Univ. Pittsburgh Law 
Rev. (1990) 761-807. 


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27. K.D. Henry, "Civil Rights and the Disabled: A Comparison of 
the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 and the Americans with 
Disabilities Act of 1990 in the Employment Setting" 54(1) 
Albany Law Rev. (1989) 123-140. 

28. E.J. Huth, "Conflict-of-interest Rules as They Relate to 
Clinical Investigation: What Should the Rules Be?" 45(5) Food, 
Drug, Cosmetic Law J. (1990) 511-516. 

29. D.G. Jardine, "Liability Issues Arising out of Hospitals' and 
Organ Procurement Organizations' Rejection of Valid Anatomical 
Gifts: The Truth and Consequences," 5 Wisconsin Law Rev. 
(1990) 1655-1694. 

30. S. Jonas, "Solving the Drug Problem: A Public Health Approach 
to the Reduction of the Use and Abuse of both Legal and 
Illegal Recreational Drugs" 18(3) Hofstra Law Rev. (1990) 751- 
793. 

31. J. Johnson, "A Proposal to Adopt a Professional Judgment 
Standard of Care in Determining the Duty of a Psychiatrist to 
Third Persons," 62(1) Univ. Colorado Law Rev. (1991) 237-267. 

32. J.J. Kelleher, "An Attorney's Liability for the Negligent 

Infliction of Emotional Distress" 58(6) Fordham Law Rev. 

(1990) 1309-1326. 

33. K. A. King, "Regulating Physician Investment and Referral 
Behavior in the Competitive Health Care Marketplace of the 
'90s — An Argument for Decentralization" 65(3) Washington Law 
Rev. (1990) 657-675. 

34. R. Klein, "Research, Policy, and the National Health Service 
15(3) J. Health Politics, Policy & Law (1990) 501-523. 

35. J. Lomas, "Finding Audiences, Changing Beliefs: The Structure 
of Research Use in Canadian Health Policy" 15(3) J. Health 
Politics, Policy & Law (1990) 525-542. 

36. M. Melden, "Medicaid and Managed Care: Testimony Submitted to 

the House Subcommittee on Health and the Environment" 

Clearinghouse Rev. (Feb. 1991) 1139-1144. 

37. H.C. Modlin, "Forensic Psychiatry and Malpractice" 18(2) 
Bulletin Amer. Acad, of Psychiatry & Law (1990) 153-162. 

38. R.S. O'Regan, "Surgery and Criminal Responsibility under the 
Queensland Criminal Code", 14(2) Crim. Law J. (1990) 73-83. 


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39. S.R. Owens, "Pamperin v. Trinity Memorial Hospital and the 
Evolution of Hospital Liability: Wisconsin Adopts Apparent 
Agency" 4 Wisconsin Law Rev. (1990) 1129-1154. 

40. M.L. Periharos, "Medical Malpractice: Judicial Responses to 
Legislative Solutions" 4 Annual Survey of Amer. Law (1988) 
1071-1100. 

41. J.A. Robertson, "Ethics Committees in Hospitals: Alternative 
Structures and Responsibilities," 7(1) Issues in Law & Med. 
(1991) 83-91. 

42. T.R. Ruge, "Survey of Recent Developments in Medical 
Malpractice" 23(2) Indiana Law Rev. (1990) 415-430. 

43. P.L. Scibetta, "Restructuring Hospital-Physician Relations: 
Patient Care Quality Depends on the Health of Hospital Peer 
Review" 51(4) Univ. Pittsburgh Law Rev. (1990) 1025-1059. 

44. E.D. Smith, "Are Pharmacists Responsible for Physicians' 
Prescription Errors? McKee v. American Home Products ," 65(4) 
Washington Law Rev. (1990) 959-976. 

45. S.R. Smith, "Mental Health Malpractice in the 1990s" 28(1) 
Houston Law Rev. (1991) 209-283. 

46. L. Southwick Jr. and G. Young, "Doctors, Lawyers and 
Malpractice Insurance: Is Physician Discipline or Legal 
Restrictions the Answer?" 12(2) Law & Policy (1990) 155-174. 

47. M.J. Trebilcock, D.N. Dewees and D.G. Duff, "The Medical 
Malpractice Explosion: An Empirical Assessment of Trends, 
Determinants and Impacts," 17(4) Melbourne Univ. Law Rev. 
(1990) 539-565. 

48. L. Uzych, "Physical Ownership-referral Arrangements in the 
United States," 9(1) Med. & Law (1990) 701-706. 

49. L.R. Walker, R.W. Broyles and B. Furrow, "The Effect of 
Malpractice Litigation on Patient Access to Specialty 
Physician Services" 11(2) J. Legal Med. (1990) 199-223. 

50. R.S. Walzer, "Impaired Physicians" 11(2) J. Legal Med. (1990) 
131-198. 

51. S.D. Watson, "Reinvigorating Title VI: Defending Health Care 
Discrimination — It Shouldn't Be So Easy" 58(5) Fordham Law 
Rev. (1990) 939-978. 

R.L. Wiener, "A Psycholegal and Empirical Approach to the 
Medical Standard of Care," 69(1) Nebraska Law Rev. (1990) 112- 
157. 


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Standard of Care: 1992/93 Supplement 

1. D.K. Barker, "The Effects of Tort Reform on Medical 

Malpractice Insurance Markets: An Empirical Analysis" 17(1) J. 
of Health Politics, Policy & Law 143-161. 

2. M. Barkin, "The Independent Health Facilities Act: Why is it 
Necessary?" 12(2) Health Law in Canada (1991) 40-41, 51-55. 

3. J. Bartimus and M. Dymer, "Evaluating Anesthesia Negligence 
Claims" Trial (May 1992) 38-44. 

4. J. Belk, "Undefined Experimental Treatment Exclusions in 
Health Insurance Contracts: A Proposal for Judicial Response" 
66(3) Wash. Law Rev. (1991) 809-830. 

5. H.E. Berkman, "A Discussion of Medical Malpractice and 
Cesarean Section" 70(3) Oregon Law Rev. (1991) 629-650. 

6. D. Bernstein, "A Contractual Solution to the Contraceptive 
Crisis" 8(1) Yale Law & Policy Rev. (1990) 146-162. 

7. R.F. Blomquist, "Science, Toxic Tort Law, and Expert Evidence: 
A Reaction to Peter Huber" 44(3) Arkansas Law Rev. (1991) 629- 
653. 

8. J.D. Bobbitt, Jr., M.K. O'Connor, and H.A. Easley III, "North 
Carolina's Proposed Birth-Related Neurological Impairment Act: 
A Provocative Alternative" 26(4) Wake Forest Law Rev. (1991) 
837-877. 

9. D.B. Brushwood and J.J. Carlson, "The Pharmacist's 

Responsibility to Evaluate Suspicious Prescriptions" 46(3) 
Food Drug Cosmetic Law J. (1991) 467-485. 

10. D. Callahan, "What is a Reasonable Demand on Health Care 
Resources? Designing a Basic Package of Benefits" 8 J. 
Contemporary Health Law & Policy (Spring 1992) 1-12. 

11. D.I. Cassidy, "Malpractice - Medical Negligence in Australia" 
66(2) Australian Law J. (Feb. 1992) 67-86. 

12. J.A. Davies, "Direct Actions for Emotional Harm: Is Compromise 
Possible?" 67(1) Wash. Law Rev. (1992) 1-53. 

13. T.H. Davis, Jr. and C.B. Bowman, "No-Fault Compensation for 
Unavoidable Injuries: Evaluating the National Childhood 
Vaccine Injury Compensation Program" 16(2) Univ. of Dayton Law 
Rev. (Winter 1991) 277-312. 

14. D. Denega and J.C. Render, "Health Care Law: A Survey of 
Recent Developments" 24(3) Indiana Law Rev. (1991) 915-938. 



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15. D.N. Dewees, M.J. Trebilcock and P.C. Coyte, "The Medical 
Malpractice Crisis: A Comparative Empirical Perspective" 54(1) 
Law & Contemporary Affairs (Winter 1991) 217-251. 

16. J. Macchiaroli Eggen, "Toxic Reproductive and Genetic Hazards 
in the Workplace: Challenging the Myths of the Tort and 
Workers' Compensation Systems" 60 Fordham Law Rev. (1992) 843- 
912. 

17. R.A. Epstein, "Why is Health Care Special?" 40(2) Univ. Kansas 
Law Rev. (1992) 307-324. 

18. P.J. Feldstein, et al., "Concentration and Price in the 
Hospital Industry: Prices are Lower in Competetive Markets" 
22(4) Antitrust Law & Econ. Rev. (1991) 55-74. 

19. P. A. Ferguson, "Liability for Pharmaceutical Products: A 
Critique of the 'Learned Intermediary' Rule" 12(1) Oxford J. 
of Legal Studies (Spring 1992) 59-82. 

20. S.H. Fisher, "The Economic Wisdom of Regulating Pharmaceutical 
'Freebies'" 1 Duke Law J. (1991) 206-239. 

21. J.C. Fletcher, "The Bioethics Movement and Hospitcal Ethics 
Committees" 50 Maryland Law Rev. (1991) 859-894. 

22. J.E. Garfinkle, " Burke v. Rivo: Toward a More Rational 
Approach to Wrongful Pregnancy" 36(3&4) Villanova Law Rev. 
(1991) 805-830. 

23. L.S. Gilgore, "A Consideration of Direct-to-Consumer 
Advertising of Prescription Drugs and Potential Legal Problems 
with the Brief Summary Requirement: Is the FDA's Regulatory 
Authority Illusory?" 46(6) Food Drug Cosmetic Law J. (1991) 
849-859. 

24. R. Goldberg, "The Development Risk Defence and Medicinal 
Products" 36(10) J. of the Law Society of Scotland (Oct. 1991) 
376-380. 

25. J. Goodman, E.F. Loftus, M. Miller and E. Greene, "Money, Sex, 
and Death: Gender Bias in Wrongful Death Damage Awards" 25(2) 
Law & Society (1991) 263-285. 

26. C.M. Grogan, "Deciding on Access and Levels of Care: A 
Comparison of Canada, Britain, Germany, and the United States" 
17(2) J. Health Politics, Policy & Law 213-232. 

W.P. Gronfein and E.D. Kinney, "Controlling Large Malpractice 
Claims: The Unexpected Impact of Damage Caps" 16(3) J. of 
Health Politics, Policy & Law (1991) 441-464. 


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28. M.A. Hall, "The Defensive Effect of Medical Practice Policies 
in Malpractice Litigation" 54(2) Law & Contemporary Affairs 
(Spring 1991) 119-145. 

29. J.E. Hanigsberg, "Power and Procreation: State Interference in 
Pregnancy" 23(1) Ottawa Law Rev. (1991) 35-70. 

30. R.M. Haycox, "A Proposal for State Regulation of Physicians' 
Office Procedures: Expanding the Reach of the Clinical 
Laboratory Improvement Amendments" 25(3) Indiana Law Rev. 
(1992) 853-892. 

31. D.E. Hoffmann, "Regulating Ethics in Health Care Institutions 
- Is it Time?" 50 Maryland Law Rev. (1991) 746-797. 

32. A.W. Imershein and A.H. Brents, "The Impact of Large Medical 

Malpractice Awards on Malpractice Awardees" 13(1) J. of Legal 
Med. (1992) 33-49. 

33. F.P. James, "The Experimental Treatment Exclusion Clause" 
12(3) J. of Legal Med. (1991) 359-418. 

34. M.B. Kapp, "Malpractice Liability in Long-Term Care: A 

Changing Environment" 24(4) Creighton Law Rev. (1991) 1235- 

1260. 

35. M.B. Kapp, "Nursing Home Restraints and Legal Liability" 13(1) 
J. of Legal Med. (1992) 1-32. 

36. J.Y. King, "No Fault Compensation for Medical Injuries" 8 J. 
of Contemporary Health Law & Policy (Spring 1992) 227-236. 

37. O.H. Lingdren, R. Christensen and D.H. Mills, "Medical 
Malpractice Risk Management Early Warning Systems" 54(2) Law 
& Contemporary Affairs (Spring 1991) 23-41. 

38. A. Lofaso, "Pregnancy and Parental Care Policies in the United 
States and the European Community: What Do They Tell Us About 
Underlying Societal Values" 12(4) Comparative Labor Law J. 
(1991) 458-497. 

39. H.S. Luft, P.P. Katz and D.G. Pinney, "Risk Factors for 
Hospital Malpractice Exposure: Implications for Managers and 
Insurers" 54(2) Law & Contemporary Affairs (Spring 1991) 43- 
64. 

40. M.S. Mandell, "Hospital Liability: Four Theories" Trial (May 

1992) 16-21. 

L.H. Martin, "Caseworker Liability for the Negligent Handling 
of Child Abuse Reports" 60(1) Cincinnati Law Rev. (1991) 191- 
219. 


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42. M.S. Marzouk, "Aging, Age-Specific Health Care Costs and the 
Future Health Care Burden in Canada" 17(4) Canadian Public 
Policy (1991) 490-505. 

43. J. McLaren, "Blood Sample Issues" 4(1) J. of Motor Vehicle Law 
11-16. 

44. M.E. Milsop, "Corporate Negligence: Defining the Duty Owed by 
Hospitals to Their Patients" 30(3) Duquesne Law Rev. (1992) 
639-660. 

45. J.D. Moreno, "Institutional Ethics Committees: Proceed with 
Caution" 50 Maryland Law Rev. (1991) 895-903. 

46. J. Morgan, "Rape in Medical Treatment: The Patient as Victim" 
18(2) Melbourne Univ. Law Rev. (1991) 403-427. 

47. E.H. Morreim, "Economic Disclosure and Economic Advocacy" 
12(3) J. of Legal Med. (1991) 275-329. 

48. K. McK. Norrie, "Liability for Injuries Caused Before Birth" 
9 Scots Law Times (1992) 65-69. 

49. M.C. Pallesen, "Wrongful Pregnancy Actions: Should Courts 
Allow Recovery for Childrearing Expenses? - Burke v. Rivo " 
70(2) Nebraska Law Rev. (1991) 361-380. 

50. P.C. Papantonis, "Experimental Exclusions: Are Insurance 
Companies Really Protected?" 9(1) J. of Human Rights (1991) 
217-255. 

51. R.L. Rabin, "A Sociolegal History of the Tobacco Tort 
Litigation" 44(4) Stanford Law Rev. (April 1992) 853-878. 

52. M.C. Rodgers, "Subjective Pain Testimony in Disability 
Determination Proceedings: Can Pain Alone be Disabling?" 28(1) 
Calif. Western Law Rev. (1991) 173-211. 

53. M.A. Rothstein, "Workplace Drug Testing: A Case Study in the 
Misapplication of Technology" 5 Harvard J. of Law and Tech. 
(Fall 1991) 65-93. 

54. R.M. Russell, "The Causation Requirement: Guardian of Fairness 
or Obstacle to Justice? - Making Sense of a Decade of DES 
Litigation" 25(4) Suffolk Univ. Law Rev. (1991) 1071-1108. 

C. Sappideen, "Look Before You Leap: Reform of Medical 
Malpractice Liability" 13(4) Sidney Law Rev. (Dec. 1991) 523- 
569. 


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56. T. Moran Schwartz, "Consumer-Directed Prescription Drug 
Advertising and the Learned Intermediary Rule" 46(6) Food Drug 
Cosmetic Law J. (1991) 829-848. 

57. F. A. Sloan and S.S. Van Wert, "Cost and Compensation of 
Injuries in Medical Malpractice" 54(1) Law & Contemporary 
Affairs (Winter 1991) 131-168. 

58. S.D. Sugarman, "Doctor No" 58(4) Univ. Chicago Law Rev. (1991) 
1499-1525. 

59. C.R. Sunstein, "Neutrality in Constitutional Law (With Special 
Reference to Pornography, Abortion, and Surrogacy)" 92(1) 
Columbia Law Rev. (Jan. 1992) 1-52. 

60. I.B. Vertinsky and D.A. Wehrung, "Risk Perception and Drug 
Safety Evaluation" 2(4) Issues in Health & Safety (Fall 1991) 
281-311. 

61. W.J. Wadlington, "Legal Responses to Patient Injury: A Future 
Agenda for Reseach and Reform" 54(2) Law & Contemporary 
Affairs (Spring 1991) 199-223. 

62. S.M. Wolf, "Ethics Committees and Due Process: Nesting Rights 
in a Community of Caring" 50 Maryland Law Rev. (1991) 798-858. 

63. F.J. Vandall, "Reallocating the Costs of Smoking: The 
Application of Absolute Liability to Cigarette Manufacturers" 
52(2) Ohio State Law J. (1991) 405-435. 

64. C.M. Zierdt, "Compensation for Birth Mothers: A Challenge to 
the Adoption Laws" 23(1) Loyala Univ. Law J. (1991) 25-66. 


Standard of Care: 1993/94 Supplement 

1. L.B. Andrews, "Torts and the Double Helix: Malpractice 
Liability for Failure to Warn of Genetic Risks" 29(1) Houston 
L.R. (1992) 149-184. 

2. D. Apfel, "Loss of Chance in Obstetrical Cases" Trial (May 
1993) 48-55. 

3. J. Bartimus and J.P. Frickleton, "Pediatric Cases: 

Representing the Injured Child" Trial (May 1993) 28-33. 

D.G. Casswell, "Rejecting Criminal Libility for Life- 
Shortening Palliative Care" 6 J. Contemp. Health L. and Policy 
(1990) 127-144. 


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5. A.T. Corrigan, "A Paper Tiger: Lawsuits against Doctors for 
Non-disclosure of Economic Interests in Patients' Cells, 
Tissues and Organs" 42(2) Case Western Reserve L.R. (1992) 
565-597. 

6. R.L. Goldstein and J.M. Calderone, "The Tarasoff Raid: A New 
Extension of the Duty to Protect" 20(3) Bull Am. Acad. 
Psychiatry Law (1992) 335-342. 

7. S.S. Grover, "The Employer's Fetal Inquiry Quandry After 
Johnson Controls " 81(3) Kentucky L.J. (1992-93) 639-686. 

8. T.P. Hagen, "'This May Sting A Little' — A Solution to the 
Medical Mappractice Crisis Requires Insurers, Doctors, 
Patients and Lawyers to Take Their Medicine" XXVI(1) Suffolk 
Univ. L.R. (1992) 147-189. 

9. C.J. Hamborg, "Medical Utilization Review: The New Frontier 
for Medical Malpractice Claims?" 41(1) Drake L.R. (1992) 113- 
130. 

10. N.J. Hanna, "The Time Limit Hurdle: Ruling Out Patient 
Complaints" 142(6563) New L.J. (July 31, 1992) 1098-1100. 

11. J.A. Hayes, "Health Care as a Natural Right" 11(5/6) Medicine 
and Law (1992) 405-416. 

12. A.M. Hodgson, "The Warranty of Sperm: A Modest Proposal to 
Increase the Accountability of Sperm Banks and Physicians in 
the Performance of Artificial Insemination Procedures" 26(2) 
Indiana L.R. (1993) 357-386. 

13. G.C. Jackson, "Pharmaceutical Product Liability May Be 
Hazardous to Your Health: A No-fault Alternative to Concurrent 
Regulation" 42(1) American Univ. L.R. (1992) 199-237. 

14. G. Javitt and E. Lu, "Medical Practice and Tort Reform" 20(3) 
Law, Medicine and Health Care (1992) 258-261. 

15. L.B. Johnston, "Playing Doctor: Who Controls the Practice of 
Medicine?" 66(2) St. Johns L.R. 425-441. 

16. L.M. Jorgenson and P. Sutherland, "Psychotherapist Liability: 
What's Sex Got to Do With It?" Trial (May 1993) 22-25. 

17. M.M. Katz, "Prozac: Another Drug Wrongfully Attcked— What Can 
Be Done to Stop the Legal System from Driving Good Drugs Off 
the Market, While Protecting State and Federal Interests" 
25(3/4) Akron L.R. (1992) 635-657. 

18. S.M. Kuzma, "Criminal Liability for Misconduct in Scientific 
Research" 25(2) U. Mich. J. L. Reform (1992) 357-421. 




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19. P. MacDonald, "Health Standards Inspectorate: Wonder Cure" 
136(33) Solicitors J. (1992) 828-829. 

20. M.J. Mehlman, "The Patient-Physician Reltionship in an Era of 
Scarce Resources: Is There a Duty to Treat?" 25(2) Connecticut 
L.R. (1993) 349-391. 

21. T.B. Metzloff, "Book Review: Understanding the Malpractrice 
Wars [review of Medical Malpractice on Trial by P. Weiler]" 
106(5) Harvard L.R. (1993) 1169-1196. 

22. R.C. Moore, " Dimarco v. Lynch Homes-Chester County, Inc. : How 
Far Should West Virginia Go In Extension of Physician 
Liaiblity of Transmission of Communicable Disease?" 94(4) West 
Virginia L.R. (1992) 1031-1059. 

23. B.P. Neal, "The Proper Standard for Risk of Future Injury 
Under the Americans with Disabilities Act: Risk to Self or 
Risk to Others" 46(2) S.M.U. L.R.(1992) 483-512. 

24. R.N. Palmer, "United Kingdom 'Crown' Indemnity for Medical 
Negligence—An Overview of the First 18 Months of the New 
Scheme" 11(718) ?? 623-627. 

25. C.M. Pengidore, "Dubious Practice? The Storm Over Physician 
Self-Referrals" 31(1) Duquesne L.R. (1992) 167-194. 

26. M.R. Quattrocchi and R.F. Schopp, "The Normative and 
Conceptual Foundation of a Clinical Duty to Protect" 11(2) 
Behavioral Sciences and the Law (1993) 165-180. 

27. P.D. Rheingold and T.P. Valet, "Practice Parameters: New 

Standards for Medical Care?" Trial (May 1993) 56-65. 

28. D.M. Robins, "When the Gleam in Your Eye becomes a Glare: 
Capped Damages in Fertility Malpractice Actions" 26(4)U. San 
Fran. L.R. (1992) 717-751. 

29. C. Sappideen, "Medical Malpractice Liability—Are We Ready for 
Reform?" 12(5/6) Queensland Lawyer (1992) 155-168. 

30. B.B. Silber, "Preconception Negligence: Where is the Zone of 
Danger?" 13 J. Juvenile L. (1992) 66-79. 

31. J.E. Stannard, "Medical Treatment and the Chain of Causation" 
57(1) J. Criminal L. 88-95. 

32. J.E. Steinman, "Women, Medical Care and Mass Tort Litigation" 
68(1) Chicago-Kent L.R. (1992) 409-429. 

L.S. Stewart, "Medical Incompetence: Sweeping It Under the 
Rug" Trial (May 1993) 36-41. 


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34. H.T. Strosberg and E.W. Ducharme, "Anatomy of a Medical 
Malpractice Action: The Plaintiff's Perspective" Advocates 
Society J. (Dec. 1992) 4-20. 

35. J. Swanton and B. MacDonald, "Medical Negligence: The Doctor's 
Duty to Warn of Risks and the Role of Expert Evidence" 67(2) 
Australian L.J. (1993) 145-148. 

36. S. Tedrick, "Legal Issues in Physician Self-Referral and Other 
Health Care Business Relationships" 13(4) J. Legal Med. 
(1992) 521-561. 

37. W.J. Thomas, "The Medical Malpractice 'Crisis': A Critical 
Examination of a Public Debate" 65(2) Temple L.R. (1992) 459- 
527. 

38. M.M. Thompson,"Causal Inference in Epidemiology: Implications 
for Toxic Text Litigation" 71(1) North Carolina L.R. (1992) 
247-291. 

39. A.D. Twerski and N.B. Cohen, "Comparing Medical Providers: A 
First Look at the New Era of Medical Statistics" 58(1) 
Brooklyn L.R. (1992) 1-34. 

40. S.R. Weeks, "Hospital Liability: The Emerging Trend of 
Corporate Negligence" 28(2) Idaho L.R. (1991-92) 441-455. 

Standard of Care: 1994/95 Supplement 

1. H.J. Abraham, "Abraham, Isaac and the State: Faith-Healing and 
Legal Intervention" 27(5) Univ. Richmond L.R. (1993) 951-987. 

2. Elizabeth Adeney, "The Challenge of Medical Uncertainty: 
Factual Causation in Anglo-Australian Toxic Tort Litigation" 
19(1) Monash Univ. L.R. (1993) 23-67. 

3. Leslie Bender, "Teaching Feminist Perspectives on Health Care 

Ethics and Law: A Review Essay" 61(4) U. Cincinnati L.R. 
(1993) 1251-1276. 

4. Allen J. Bennett, "When Is Medical Treatment 'Futile'?" 9(1) 
Issues in Law and Medicine (1993) 35-45. 

5. Randall R. Bovbjerg, "Book Review: Medical Malpractice: 
Research and Reform [review of A Measure of Malpractice: 
Medical Injury, Malpractice Litigation, and Patient 

Compensation by Paul C. Weiler, Howard H. Hiatt, Joseph P. 
Newhouse, William G. Johnson, Troyen A. Brennan & Lucian L. 
Leape] 79(8) Virginia L.R. (1993) 2155-2208. 

6. Murray G. Brown, "Rationing Health Care in Canada" 2 Annals of 

Health Law (1993) 101-119. 






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7. Colin C. Campbell and Jonathan Lisus, "Procedural Fairness in 
the Defence of Professionals Charged with Sexual Abuse" 15(3) 
Advocates' Quarterly (1993) 308-331. 

8. Charles E. Cantu and Jared R. Woodfill, " Boyles v. Kerr : The 
Wrong Decision at the Right Time: Implications for Mental 
Anguish Damages Under the DTPA" 45(4) Baylor L.R. (1993) 827- 
855. 

9. Donald G. Casswell, "Assessing the Physician's Standard of 
Care When HIV is Transmitted During Artificial Insemination." 
10 J. of Contemp. Health L. & Policy (1994) 231-242. 

10. Cathy Charles and Suzanne DeMaio, "Lay Participation in Health 
Care Decision Making: A Conceptual Framework" 18(4) J. Health 
Politics, Policy & L. (1993) 881-904. 

11. Raisa B. Deber, "Canadian Medicare: Can It Work in the United 
States? Will It Survive in Canada?" 19 Am. J. of L. & Med. 
(1993) 75-93. 

12. Mary Donovan, "Is the Injury Requirement Obsolete in a Claim 
for Fear of Future Consequences?" 41(5) UCLA L.Rev. (1994) 
1337-1396. 

13. Bruce Feldthusen, "The Civil Action for Sexual Battery: 
Therapeutic Jurisprudence?" 25(2) Ottawa L.R. (1993) 203-234. 

14. Leonard M. Fleck, "Just Health Care Rationing: A Democratic 
Decisionmaking Approach" 140(5) U. Pennsylvania L.R. (1992) 
1597-1636. 

15. Jonathan J. Frankel, "Medical Malpractice Law and Health Care 
Cost Containment: Lessons for Reformers from the Clash of 
Cultures" 103(5) Yale L.J. (1994) 1297-1331. 

16. Sharon M. Glenn, "Liability in the Absence of a Traditional 
Physician-Patient Relationship: What Every 'On Call' Doctor 
Should Know: Mozingo v. Pitt County Memorial Hospital 28(3) 
Wake Forest L.R. (1993) 747-774. 

17. Pamela K. Hicks, "Castration of Sexual Offenders" 14(4) J. 
Legal Medicine (1993) 641-667. 

18. Sheila Wallace Holmes, "Recovery for Purely Mental Injuries 
under the Warsaw Convention: Aviation" 58(4) J. Air L. and 
Commerce (1993) 1205-1222. 

Christian D. Humphreys, "Regulation of Physician Self-Referral 
Arrangements: Is Prohibition the Answer or Has Congress 
Operated on the Wrong Patient?" 30(1) San Diego L.R. (1993) 
161-186. 


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20. Kenneth Jost, "Fault-free Malpractice" ABA Journal (January 
1994) 46-49. 

21. Leith W. Kaplan, "Negligent Infliction of Emotional Distress 
and By-stander Recovery in Medical Malpractice Omissions— Love 
v. Cramer . 606 A.2d 1175 (Pa. Super. Ct. 1992) Temple L.R. 
(1992) 643-660. 

22. Rosalind English (Nervous Shock), J.R. Spence and A.J.O. Van 
Wassenaer (Congenital Disabilities), John Keown (Life Support 
Removal), "Case Comments" 52(2) Cambridge L.J. (1993) 204-212. 

23. Barry R. Furrow, "Quality Control in Health Care: Developments 
in the Law of Medical Malpractice." 21 J. of Law, Med. & 
Ethics (1993) 173-192. 

24. John D. Ingram, "Liability of Medical Institutions for the 
Negligence of Independent Contractors Practising on their 
Premises." 10 J. of Contemp. Health L. & Policy (1994) 221- 
230. 

25. Andrew R. Klein, "Beyond DES: Rejecting the Application of 
Market Share Liability in Blood Products Litigation" 68(4) 
Tulane L.R. (1994) 883-936. 

26. Peter W. Kryworuk, Brian T. Butler and Allyson L. Otten, 
"Potential Legal Liability in the Allocation of Scarce Health 
Care Resources" 14(4) Health L. in Canada (1993) 95-107. 

27. Gary W. Kuc, "Practice Parameters as a Shield against 
Physician Liability." 10 J. of Contemp. Health L. & Policy 
(1994) 439-468. 

28. Hester Lessard, "The Construction of Health Care and the 
Ideology of the Private in Canadian Constitutional Law" 2 
Annals of Health Law (1993) 121-159. 

29. Christopher S. Maciejewski, "The Dilemma Over Foreign-Language 

Labeling of Over-the-Counter Drugs" 15(1) J. Legal Medicine 
(1994) 129-154. 

30. Christina Louise Martini, "Medical Waste Regulation in the 
United States: A Dire Need for Recognition and Reform" 14(1) 
Northwestern J. Int'l L. & Bus. (1993) 206-230. 

31. Elizabeth Massey, "By Her Own Authority: The Scope of 
Midwifery Practice under the Ontario Midwifery Act , 1991. 
XXXI(2) Alberta L.R. (1993) 349-390. 

Danuta Mendelson, "The Defendants' Liability for Negligently 
Caused Nervous Shock in Australia — Quo Vadis?" 18(1) Monash 
U. L.R. (1992) 16-69. 


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33. Lisa A. Napoli, " Grover v. Eli Lilly & Co. DES Exposure: The 
Rippling Effects Stop Here" 26(2) Akron L.R. (1992) 327-340. 

34. Barry Nobel, "Religious Healing in the Courts: The Liberties 
and Liabilities of Patients, Parents, and Healers" 16(2) U. 
Puget Sound L.R. (1993) 599-710. 

35. Patrick O. Osode, "The Modern Hospital and Responsibility for 
Negligence—Pointing Canadian Courts in the Right Direction" 
22(3) Anglo-American L.R. (1993) 289-320. 

36. Patricia Peppin, "Power and Disadvantage in Medical 
Relationships" 3(2) Texas J. Women & L. (1994) 221-263. 

37. Michael J. Saks, "Book Review: Medical Malpractice: Facing 
Real Problems and Finding Real Solutions" [review of A Measure 
of Malpractice: Medical Injury, Malpractice Litigation, and 

Patient Compensation by Paul Weiler, Howard Hiatt, Joseph 
Newhouse, William Johnson Troyen Brennan and Lucian Leape] 
35(2) William & Mary L.R. (1994) 693-726. 

38. Alec Samuels, "The Legal Liability of the Nurse—The Lawyer's 
View" 33(4) Medicine, Science & L. (1993) 305-309. 

39. Hazel Sandomire, "Women in Clinical Trials: Are Sponsors 
Liable for Fetal Injury." 21 J. of Law, Med. & Ethics (1993) 
217-230. 

40. Matthew B. Schiff, "AIDS and the Health Care Worker: Tort and 
Workers'Compensation Liability" 29(2) Gonzaga L.R. (1993/94) 
331-358. 

41. Walter Scott, "Causation in Medico-Legal Practice: A Doctor's 
Approach to the 'Lost Opportunity' Cases" 55(4) Modern L.R. 
(1992) 521-525. 

42. Mildred Z. Solomon, "How Physicians Talk About Futility: 
Making Words Mean Too Many Things." 21 J. of Law, Med. & 
Ethics (1993) 231-237. 

43. Nancy K. Stade, "The Use of Quality-of-Life Measures to Ration 

Health Care: Reviving a Rejected Proposal" 93(8) Columbia L.R. 
(1993) 1985-2021. 

44. Suzanne Hope Suarez, "Midwifery Is Not the Practice of 
Medicine" 5(2) Yale J. L. & Feminism (1993) 315-364. 

Neil J. Squillante, "Expanding the Potential Tort Liability of 
Physicians: A Legal Portrait of 'Nontraditional Patients' and 
Proposals for Change" 40(6) UCLA L.R. (1993) 1617-1689. 


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46. Neil Vidmar, "Empirical Evidence on the Deep Pockets 
Hypothesis: Jury Awards for Pain and Suffering in Medical 
Malpractice Cases" 43(2) Duke L.J. (1993) 217-266. 

47. Lynn D. Wardle, "Protecting the Rights of Conscience of Health 
Care Providers" 14(2) J. Legal Medicine (1993) 177-230. 

48. Paul C. Weiler, "The Case for No-Fault Medical Liability" 
52(4) Maryland L.R. (1993) 908-950. 


Standard of Care: 1995/96 Supplement 


1. K.S. Abraham and P.C. Weiler, "Enterprise Medical Liability 
and the Evolution of the American Health Care System" 108 
Harvard L. R. (1994) 381-436. 

2. American Medical Association (AMA), "Reporting Adverse Drug 
and Medical Device Events: Report of the AMA's Council on 
Ethical and Judicial Affairs" 49 Food and Drug L.J. (1994) 
359-365. 

3. J.D. Ayres, "The Use and Abuse of Medical Practice Guidelines" 
15(3) J. Legal Medicine (1994) 421-443. 

4. D.J. Bearden & B.J. Maedgen, "Emerging Theories of Liability 
in the Managed Health Care Industry" 47(2) Baylor L.R. 285- 
356. 

5. B. Bix, "Physician Assisted Suicide and the United States 
Constitution" 58 Modern L.R. (1995) 404-411. 

6. J.D. Blum, "Universality Quality and Economics. Finding a 
balance in Ontario and British Columbia" 20 American J. of Law 
& Medicine (1994) 203-229. 

7. J.R. Botkin & M.J. Mehlman, "Wrongful Birth: Medical Legal and 
Philosophical issues" 22 J. Law Medicine and Ethics (1994) 21- 
28. 

8. J. Bridgeman & M.A. Jones, "Harassing Conduct and Outrageous 
Acts: A cause of action for intentionally inflicted mental 
distress?" 14 Legal Studies (1994) 180-205. 

9. K.A. Butler, "Health Care Quality Revolution: Legal Landmines 
for Hospitals and the Rise of the Critical Pathway" 58 Albany 
L.R. (1995) 843-870. 

K. M. Byrnes, "Is There a Primary Care Doctor in the House? The 
Legislation Needed to Address a National Shortage" 25 Rutgers 

L. J. (1994) 799-852. 


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11. A.C. Casamassima, "Spoliation of Evidence and Medical 
Malpractice" 14 Pace L.R. (1994) 235-299. 

12. T.A. Caulfield, "Health Care Reform: Can Tort Law Meet the 
Challenge?" 32(4) Alberta L.R. (1994) 685-721. 

13. W.Chaukin, V. Breitbert & P.H. Wise, "Finding Common Ground: 
The necessity of a integrated agenda for women's and 
children's health" 22 J. Law, Medicine & Ethics (1994) 262- 
269. 

14. K.J. Chesebro, "Taking Daubert's 'Focus' Seriously: The 
Methodology/Conclusion Distinction" 15(6) Cardogo L.R. (1994) 
1745-1753. 

15. R.M. Cooper, "Unapproved Uses of Drugs: An Analysis and Some 
Proposals" 49(4) Food & Drug L.J. (1994) 533-539. 

16. J. Corbo, "Kraus v. New Rochelle Hosp. Medical Ctr .: Are 
Whistleblowers Finally Getting the Protection They Need?" 
12(1) Hofstra Labor L.J. (1994) 141-162. 

17. T.A. Cortese, "Cumulative Trauma Disorders: a hidden downside 
to technological advancement" 11 J. Contemporary Health Law & 
Policy (1994) 479-503. 

18. R. Cunningham, "R.J.R.-MacDonald Inc. v. Canada (A.G.): 
Reflections from the Perspective of Health" 40(1) McGill L.J. 
(1995) 229-277. 

19. R.G. Dillard, "Multilingual Warning Labels: Product Liability, 
'Official English,' and Consumer Safety" 28 Georgia Law. Rev. 
(1994) 197-244. 

20. C.E. Edwards, "Giving Virginia's Anatomical Gift Code Life: 
Creating Liability for a Hospital's Failure to Determine 
Individual Donative Intent", 47 Washington Univ. J. Urban and 
Contemporary Law (1995) 185-212. 

21. L.C. Egley & A. Ben-Ari, "Making Tarasoff practical for 
various treatment populations" J. Psychiatry & Law (Winter 
1993) 473-501. 

22. E. Elhauge, "Allocating Health Care Morally" 82(6) California 
L.R. (1994) 1451-1544. 

23. M. Ennis & C. Vincent, "The Effects of Medical Accidents and 
Litigation on Doctors and Patients" 16(2) Law & Policy 97-121. 

24. M.L.C. Feldman, "May I Have the Next Dance, Mrs. Frye?" 69(3) 
Tulane Law Rev. (1995) 793-807. 



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25. D.M. Frankford, "Scientism and Economism in the Regulation of 
Health Care" 19 J. Health, Politics, Policy & Law (1994) 773- 
811. 

26. J.M. Gilmour, "Overview of Medical Malpractice Law in Canada" 
3 Annals of Health Law (1994) 179-204. 

27. D.M. Gitner, "Nursing the Problem: Responding to Patient Abuse 
in New York State" 28(4) Columbia J. Law & Social Problems 
(1995) 559-607. 

28. W.A. Glaser, "Doctors and Public Authorities: The Trend toward 
Collaboration" 19(4) J. Health, Politics, Policy & Law (1994) 
705-727. 


29. I.S. Goldrein, "Bolam - problems arising out of 'ancestor' 
worship" 114(6663) New L.J. 1237-1239 & 1248. 


30. 

I.S. Goldrein, 
New L.J. (1994) 

"Exploding 

1282-4. 

the 

Bolam 

myth 

(Part 

2) " 

144(6664) 

31. 

I.S. Goldrein, 
New L.J. (1994) 

"Exploding 

1315-6. 

the 

Bolam 

myth 

(Part 

3) " 

144(6665) 

32. 

I.S. Goldrein, 
New L.J. (1994) 

"Exploding 

1378. 

the 

Bolam 

myth 

(Part 

4) " 

144(6666) 

33 . 

I.S. Goldrein, 
New L.J. (1994) 

"Exploding 

1415-6. 

the 

Bolam 

myth 

(Part 

5) " 

144(6667) 

34. 

I.S. Goldrein, 
(1994) 1449-50. 

"Exploding 

the 

Bolam 

myth" 

144(6668) 

New L.J. 

35. 

I.S. Goldrein, 
New L.J. (1994) 

"Exploding 

1480-81. 

the 

Bolam 

myth 

(Part 

6) " 

144(6669) 


36. C.A. Goodzeit, "Rethinking Emotional Distress Law: Prenatal 
Malpractice and Feminist Theory" 63(1) Fordham Law Rev. (1994) 
175-214. 

37. L.O. Gostin, "Securing Health or Just Health Care? The Effect 
of the Health Care System on the Health of America" 39(1) 
Saint Louis Univ. L.J. (1994) 7-43. 

38. M.A. Hall, "Rationing the Health Care at the Bedside" 69(4-5) 
New York Univ. Law Rev. (1994) 693-780. 

39. M. Hanzal, "Book Review: A Measure of Malpractice" 15(3) J. 
Legal Medicine (1994) 479-484. 


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40. P.M.L. Illingworth, "Patient Therapist sex: Criminalization 
and its discontents" II J. Contemporary Health Law & Policy 
(1994) 389-416. 

41. J.D. Ingram, "Liability of Medical Institutions for the 
Negligence of Independent Contractors Practicing on Their 
Premises" 11 J. Contemporary Health Law & Policy (1994) 221- 
230. 

42. J.C. Irvine, "The Physician's Duty in the Age of Cost 
Containment" 22 Manitoba L.J. (1995) 345-359. 

43. M. Jackman, "The Regulation of Private Health Care Under the 

Canada Health Act and the Canadian Charter " 6(2) 

Constitutional Forum (1995) 54-60. 

44. K.A. Jackson, "Daubert v. Merrell Dow: Missed Opportunity" 
50(1) Food & Drug L.J. (1995) 71-93. 

45. E.D. Kinney, J.A. Freedman & C.A. Loveland Cook, "Quality 
Improvement in Community-based Longterm Care: Theory and 
Reality" 20 American J. Law & Medicine (1994) 59-77. 

46. A.R. Klein, "A Legislative Alternative to 'No Cause' Liability 
in Blood Products Litigation" 12(1) Yale J. Regulation (1995) 
107-135. 

47. T. Koenig & M. Rustad, "His and Her Tort Reform: Gender 
Injustice in Disguise" 70(1) Washington L.R. (1995) 1-90. 

48. M.A. Koppel, "Gillam v. Roche Biomedical Laboratories: An 
Introduction to Fear-of-Disease Damages in Arkansas" 48(2) 
Arkansas Law Rev. (1995) 555-575. 

49. C.W. Krueger, "Legislative Relief from Toxic Exposure: The 
Lifeguard Presumption Act" 3(3) Southern Cal. 
Interdisciplinary L.J. (1994) 867-903. 

50. G.W. Kuc, "Practice Parameters as a Shield Against Physician 
Liability" 10 J. Contemporary Health Law & Policy (1994) 439- 
468. 

51. P.F. Lake, "Revisiting Tarasoff" 58 Albany Law Rev. (1994) 97- 
173. 

52. T.R. LeBlang, "Medical Malpractice and Physician 

Accountability: Trends in the Courts and Legislative 

Responses" 3 Annals of Health Law (1994) 105-21. 

53. J.R. Lee, "Medical Monitoring Dangers: Issues concerning the 
administration of medical monitoring programs" 20 American J. 
Law & Medicine (1994) 251-275. 


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54. A. Leone, "Is ADR the Rx for Malpractice" Dispute Resolution 
J. (September 1994) 7-21. 

55. M. Lunney, "What price a Chance?" 15 Legal Studies (1995) 1- 
13. 

56. R.L. Manning, "Changing Rules in Tort Law and the Market for 
Childhood Vaccines" 37(1) J. Law & Economics (1994) 247-275. 

57. S.L. Martin & J.D. Martin, "Tort Actions for Medical 

Monitoring: Warranted or Wasteful" 20(1) Columbia J. 

Environmental Law (1995) 121-143. 

58. M. Mclnnes, "Protecting the good Samaritan: Defences for the 
rescuer in Anglo-Canadian Criminal Law" 36 Criminal Law 
Quarterly (1994) 331-371. 

59. B. McKenna, "Stress injuries at work" 144(6674) New L.J. 1652 
& 1655. 

60. C.S. Meschievitz, "Efficacious or Precarious? Comments on the 
Processing and Resolution of Medical Malpractice Claims in the 
United States" 3 Annals of Health Law (1994) 123-138. 

61. E.H. Morreim, "Re-defining quality by reassigning 
responsibility" 20 American J. Law & Medicine (1994) 79-104. 

62. D. Oughton & J. Lowry, "Liability to Bystanders for 
Negligently Inflicted Psychiatric Harm" 46(1) Northern Ireland 
Legal Quarterly (1995) 18-33. 

63. M. Penn, "Lethal Lines: Establishing a Personal Injury Case 
Against a New Jersey Utility for Harm Caused by 
Electromagnetic Fields" 20(2) Rutgers Computer & Technology 
L.J. (1994) 663-699. 

64. P.G. Peters, "Health Care Rationing and Disability Rights" 
70(2) Indiana L.J. (1995) 491-547. 

65. J.H. Puryear, "The Physician as Entrepreneur: State and 
Federal Restrictions on Physician Joint Ventures" 73(1) North 
Carolina Law Rev. (1994) 293-328. 

66. G. Renaud, M. Renaud & P. Harsham, "The shaker baby syndrome: 
A research guide." 36 Criminal Law Quarterly (1994) 108-126. 

67. S.R. Reuter, "Professional Liability in Postgraduate Medical 
Education: Who is Liable for Resident Negligence?" 15(4) J. 
Legal Medicine (1994) 485-531. 

G.H. Reynolds, "Book Review: Culture Clash: Law and Science in 
America" 35(3) Jurimetrics (1995) 349-59. 


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69. G.B. Robertson, "The Efficacy of the Medical Malpractice 
System: A Canadian Perspective" 3 Annals of Health Law (1994) 
167-178. 

70. G. Roccamo, "Medical Implants and Other Health Care Products: 
Theories of Liability and Modern Trends" 16(4) Advocate's Q. 
(1994) 421-451. 

71. R. Rosenthal & P.D. Blanck, "Science and Ethics in Conducting, 
Analyzing, and Reporting Social Science Research: Implications 
for Social Scientists, Judges, and Lawyers" 68(4) Indiana L.J. 
(19S3) 1209-1228. 

72. M. Rustad & T. Koenig, "Reconceptualizing Punitive Damages in 
Medical Malpractice: Targeting Amoral Corporations, Not 'Moral 
Monsters'" 47(3) Rutgers Law Rev. (1995) 975-1083. 

73. M. Sadowitz & J.D. Graham, "A Survey of Residual Cancer Risks 
Permitted by Health, Safety and Environmental Policy" 6(1) 
Risk (1995) 17-35. 

74. W.M. Sage, K.E. Hastings, R.A. Berenson, "Enterprise Liability 
for Medical Malpractice and Health Care Quality Improvement" 
20 American J. Law & Medicine (1994) 1-27. 

75. H. Sava, P.T. Matlow & M.J. Sole, "Legal liability of 
physicians in medical research" 17(2) Clin. Invest. Med. 
(1994) 148-184. 

76. J.D. Savage, "Smith v. Our Lady of the Lake Hospital: Paving 
the Path for Peer Review" 41(1) Loyola Law Rev. (1995) 67-75. 

77. P.D.G. Skegg, "Omissions to Provide Life-Prolonging Treatment" 
8(2) Otago Law Rev. (1994) 205-238. 

78. B. Spielman, "Collective decisions about medical futility" 22 
J. Law, Medicine & Ethics (1994) 152-160. 

79. J.W. Swanson & S. Van McCrory, "Doing all they can: Physicians 
who deny medical futility" 22 J. Law, Medicine & Ethics (1994) 
318-326. 

80. E.O. Teisberg, M.E. Porter & G.B. Brown, "Making Competition 
in Health Care Work" Harvard Bus. Rev. (July-August 1994) 131- 
141. 

81. D. Truscott, "The psychotherapist's duty to protect: an 
annotated bibliography" J. Psychiatry & Law (Summer 1993) 221- 
244. 

82. "Universal Access to Health Care" 108(6) Harvard Law Rev. 

(1995) 1323-1340. 


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83. K.M. Walsh, "Boxing: Regulating a Health Hazard" II J. 
Contemporary Health Law & Policy (1994) 63-84. 

84. P.C. Weiler, "Fixing the Tail" The Place of Malpractice in 
Health Care Reform" 47(3) Rutgers Law Rev. (1995) 1157-93. 

85. A.L. Young, "An Overview of ISO 9000 Application to Drug, 
Medical Device, and Environmental Management Issues" 49(3) 
Food & Drug L.J. 469-483. 


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II. CONSENT 

1. R.K. Adams, "Live Organ Donors and Informed Consent: A 

Difficult Minuet" 8 J. Legal Med. (1987) 555-586. 

2. L.B. Andrews, "The Right and Rule of Informed Consent" 21(5) 
Law and Society Rev. 765-776. 

3. B. Balos and I. Schwartz, "Psychiatric and Chemical Dependency 
Treatment of Minors: The Myth of Voluntary Treatment and the 
Capacity to Consent" 92(3) Dickinson Law Rev. 631-647. 

4. D.H. Bamberger, " Mercy Hospital Inc, v. Jackson : A Recurring 
Dilemma for Health Care Providers in the Treatment of 
Jehovah's Witnesses" 46(3) Maryland Law Rev. 514-532. 

5. G. Bauer, "Patient's Informed Consent in Austria" 6(3) Med. & 
Law 211-217. 

6. C.D. Beatty, "Case of No Consent: The DNR as a Medical 
Decision" 31(3) St. Louis Univ. Law J. 699-727. 

7. E.J. Bradley and R.C.L Lindsay, "Memodological and Ethical 
Issues in Child Abuse Research" 2(3) J. of Family Violence 
(1987) 239-255. 

8. M. Brazier, "Patient Autonomy and Consent to Treatment: The 
Role of the Law?" 7(2) Legal Studies 169-193. 

9. J. Buichell, "Informed Consent" - Variations on a Familiar 
Theme" 5(4) Med. & Law 293-302. 

10. Y. Bukstein, "Drug Products Liability: Duty to Warn" 49(1) 
Univ. of Pittsburgh Law Rev. 283-306. 

11. R.J. Carson, "The Duty to Warn/Protect: Issues in Clinical 

Practice" 15(2) Bull, of Amer. Acad, of Psychiatry & Law 
(1987) 179-186. 

12. M.J. Clapp, "State Prohibition of Fetal Experimentation and 
the Fundamental Right of Privacy" 88(5) Columbia Law Rev. 
1073-1097. 

13. M.A. Crowley, "The Hospice Movement: A Renewed View of the 
Death Process" 4 The J. of Contemporary Health Law & Policy 
295-320. 

14. J.A. Daniels, "Court-Ordered Caesareans: A Growing Concern for 
Indigent Women" 21(9) Clearinghouse Rev. 1064-1071. 




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15. R. Delgado and H. Leskovac, "Informed Consent in Human 
Experimentation: Bridging the Gap Between Ethical Thought and 
Current Practice" 34(1) U.C.L.A. Law Rev. 67-130. 

16. G. Dworkin, "Law and Medical Experimentation: Of Embryos, 
Children and Others with Limited Legal Capacity" 13 Monash 
Univ. Law Rev. (1987) 189-208. 

17. W.N. Gerson, "Refining the Law of Organ Donation: Lessons from 
the French Law of Presumed Consent" 19(4) N.Y. Univ. J. of 
Int'l Law & Politics 193-1032. 

18. N. Green, "The Odyssey of Depo-Provera: Contraceptives, 
Carcinogenic Drugs, and Risk-Management Analysis" 42 Food Drug 
Cosmetic Law J. (1987) 567-587. 

19. G.D. Groves, "Is There a Doctor in the House?: The Duty of a 
Substitute Physician to Disclose the Risks of Medical 
Treatment" 53(1) Missouri Law Rev. 169-188. 

20. R.-M. Lyon, "Speaking for a Child: The Role of Independent 
Counsel for Minors" 75(2) Calif. Law Rev. 681-706. 

21. Manderson, D., "Following Doctors' Orders: Informed Consent 
in Australia" 62(6) Australian Law J. 430-440. 

22. W.K. Mariner, "Informed Consent in the Post-Modern Era" 13(2) 
Law & Social Inquiry 385-406. 

23. J.H. McFerrin, "Informed Consent: Alabama Announces a New 
Standard for Determining Proximate Cause" 17 Cumberland Law 
Rev. (1987) 519-532. 

24. M. A. McGregor-Vennell, "Informed Consent or Reasonable 
Disclosure of Risks: The Relevance of an Informed Patient in 
the Light of the New Zealand Accident Compensation Scheme" 
13(5) New Zealand Recent Law 160-175. 

25. S. Paulus, "In the Matter of David Willmann, A Minor" 2(3) 
Issues in Law & Med. 205-219. 

26. A.M. Pavlo, "Christian Science & Competence to Make Treatment 
Choices: Clinical Challenges in Assessing Values" 10(4) Int'l 
J. of Law & Psychiatry (1987) 395-401. 

27. L.H. Roth, et al., "Informed Consent in Psychiatric Research" 
39(2/3) Rutgers Law Rev. (1987) 425-441. 

28. J. Rubin, "Mental Health Professionals & the Duty to Warn" 
10(4) Int'l J. of Law & Psychiatry 311-337. 


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29. C. Rusk, Jr., "Automatic Consumer Protection Act Recovery for 
Lack of Informed Consent: Ouimbv v. Fine " 11 Univ. of Puget 
Sound Law Rev. 347-385. 

30. A.M. Schoepfle, "Critical Care Nurses - Involved in The 
Informed Consent Process" 19(1) Univ. of Toledo Law Rev. 135- 
154. 

31. V.E. Schwartz and L. Mahshigiaw, "National Childhood Vaccine 
Injury Act of 1986: An Ad Hoc Remedy or a Window for the 
Future?" 48(2) Ohio State Law J. (1987) 387-398. 

32. M.R. Studer, "The Doctrine of Informed Consent: Protecting the 
Patient's Right to Make Informed Health Care Decisions" 48(1) 
Montana Law Rev. 85-100. 

33. C.J.H. Thomson, "Conditions for Judicial Emergence of the 
Doctrine of Informed Consent: An American - Australian 
Comparison" 7 Med. & Law (1988) 15-24. 

34. P.R. Tremblay, "On Persuasion & Paternalism: Lawyer Decision 
Making and the Questionably Competent Client" 3 Utah Law Rev. 
(1987) 515-584. 

35. J.A. Weisbard, "Informed Consent: The Law's Uneasy Compromise 
with Ethical Theory" 36(3) Defense Law J. 341-361. 

36. A. Whitfield, "The Meaning of Informed Consent" 54(1) Medico- 
Legal J. 11-25. 


Consent; 1989/90 Supplement 

1. L. Baker, "'I Think I Do': Another Perspective on Consent and 
the Law" 16(3-4) Law, Med. & Health Care (1988) 256-260. 

2. S. Bannister, "Drug Testing Legislation: What are the States 
Doing?" 36 Kansas Law Rev. (1988) 919-951. 

3. A. Patrucco Barnes, "Florida Guardianship and the Elderly: 
The Paradoxical Right to Unwanted Assistance" 40 Univ. Florida 
Law Rev. (1988) 949-988. 

4. F. Bennion, "Consent to Surgery on a Mentally Handicapped 
Adult" 133(8) Solicitors' J. (1989) 245-247. 

5. B. Cling, "Rape Trauma Syndrome: Medical Evidence of Non- 
Consent" 10 Women's Rights Law Reporter (1988) 243-259. 

6. R. Dingwall and J.M. Eekelaar, "Families and the State: An 
Historical Perspective on the Public Regulation of Private 
Conduct" 10 Law & Policy (1988) 341-361. 




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7. A. DiSomma, "In Re Drabick " 4 Issues in Law & Med.(1989) 519- 
524 . 

8. A. DiSomma, "In Re Estate of Darrell Dorone " 4 Issues in Law 
& Med. (1989) 511-513. 

9. M. Dougherty, "Constitutional Law - Implied Consent Laws: 
Fourth Amendment Plus Protection for the Drunk Driver: Hays v. 
City of Jacksonville " 19 Cumberland Law Rev. (1988) 177-189. 

10. J. Fortin, "Sterilization, the Mentally Ill and Consent to 
Treatment" 51 Modern Law Rev. (1988) 634-642. 

11. P. Greco, "Parental Guidance Suggested: A Proposal for 
Regulating Surrogate Parenthood" 22 Columbia J. of Law & 
Social Problems (1989) 115-180. 

12. R. Guito, "Constitutional Law - The Right of a Mature and 
Competent Minor to Make an Independent Abortion Decision in Re 
Anonymous , a minor " 19 Cumberland Law Rev. (1988) 159-175. 

13. A. Holder, "Disclosure and Consent Problems in Pediatrics" 
16(3-4) Law, Med. & Health Care (1988) 219-228. 

14. J.M. Jorden, "Incubating for the State: The Precarious 
Autonomy of Persistently Vegetative and Brain-Dead Pregnant 
Women" 22 Georgia Law Rev. (1988) 1103-1165. 

15. C. Kazin, "'Nowhere to Go and Choose to Stay': Using the Tort 
of False Imprisonment To Redress Involuntary Confinement of 
the Elderly in Nursing Homes and Hospitals" 137 (3) Univ. of 
Penn. Law Rev. (Jan. 1989) 903-927. 

16. D. LeClair, "Faith-Healing and Religious-Treatment Exemptions 

to Child-Endangerment Laws: Should Parental Religious 

Practices Excuse the Failure to Provide Necessary Medical Care 
to Children?" 13 Univ. Dayton Law Rev. (1987) 79-106. 

17. D. McNeil, "The Constitutionality of 'Presumed Consent' for 
Organ Donation" 9 Hamline J. of Public Law & Policy (1989) 
343-371. 

18. A. Meisel, "A 'Dignitary Tort' as a Bridge Between the Idea of 
Informed Consent and the Law of Informed Consent" 16(3-4) Law, 
Med. & Health Care (1988) 210-218. 

J. Parry, "Legal Guardians Under Attack: New solutions for 
Balancing the Risks and Rights of the Elderly and Disabled" 6 
The Complete Lawyer (1989) 10-14. 


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20. T. Silver, "A Case for a Post-Mortem Organ Draft and a 
Proposed Model Organ Draft Act" 68 Boston Univ. Law Rev. 
(1988) 681-728. 

21. G. Smith, "Limitations on Reproductive Autonomy for the 
Mentally Handicapped" 4 J. of Contemporary Health Law & Policy 
(1988) 71-89. 

22. T. Walker, "California's Parental Consent Statute: A 
Constitutional Challenge" 40 Hastings Law J. (1988) 169-202. 

23. P. Woolf, "Deception in Scientific Research" 29 Jurimetrics J. 
(1988) 67-95. 


Consent: 1990/91 Supplement 

1. J.C. Areen, "Bioethics and Law: The Second Stage: Balancing 
Intelligent Consent and Individual Autonomy. The Marks 
Memorial Lecture for 1988-89" 31(3) Arizona Law Rev. (1989) 
447-459. 

2. C.E. Blackburn, "The 'Therapeutic Orgy' and the 'Right to Rot' 
Collide: The Right to Refuse Antipsychotic Drugs Under State 
Law" 27(3) Houston Law Rev. (1990) 447-513. 

3. W.L. Bouregy, "Parental Refusal of Consent for Treatment of 
Handicapped Newborns: Comparing Case Results in England and 
the United States" 9(2-3) N.Y. Law School J. of Int'l and 
Comp. Law (1988) 379-433. 

4. D.E. Cidron, "The Eighth Circuit and Professional Judgment: 
Retrenchment of The Constitutional Right to Refuse 
Antipsychotic Medication" 22(4) Creighton L. Rev. (1989) 889- 
953. 

5. R. Cornaviera, "R. v. Tomaso: Seizing Blood from the 
Unconscious-Constitutional Implications for Section 256 of the 
Criminal Code " 1 J. of Motor Vehicle Law 91-105. 

6. T. C. Falk, "Health Care Representative Consent Legislation" 
26(2) Willamette Law Rev. (1990) 299-343. 

7. E. Grant, "Consent to Medical Procedures and the Protection of 

Personal and Property Rights Act 1988" 7(1) Otago Law Rev. 
(1989) 161-178. 

8. A.R. Hupp, Jr., "Parental Refusals of Consent: The Obligations 
of Missouri Health Care Providers" 57(4) Univ. Missouri - 
Kansas City Law Rev. (1989) 717-733. 



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9. M.B. Kapp, "Ohio's New Durable Power of Attorney" 14(3) Univ. 
Dayton Law Rev. (1989) 541-561. 

10. R.W. McKee, "Defending An Indifferent Constitution: The Plight 
of Soldiers Used as Guinea Pigs" 31(3) Arizona Law Rev. (1989) 
633-656. 

11. R.D. Miller, et al., "The Impact of the Right to Refuse 
Treatment in a Forensic Patient Population: Six-Month Review" 
17(2) Bulletin of the Amer. Acad, of Psychiatry Law 107-119. 

12. R. Munday, "The Capacity to Execute an Enduring Power of 
Attorney in New Zealand and England: A Case of Parliamentary 
Oversight?" 13(3) New Zealand Universities Law Rev. (1989) 
253-270. 

13. D.J. Olcott, "Informed Consent is Measured by an Objective 
Prudent Patient Standard - Largey v. Rothman " 20(1) Seton Hall 
Law Rev. (1989) 303-320. 

14. R. Ormrod, "Is Consent Really Necessary?" 29(1) Med. Sci. Law 
(1989) 4-10. 

16. H.L. Prillaman, "A Physician's Duty to Inform of Newly 
Developed Therapy" 6 J. Contemp. Health Law and Policy (1990) 
43-58. 

17. Hon. E.D. Robertson, Jr. and Hon. P.J. Liacos, "Different 
Viewpoints: Is 'Substituted Judgment' a Valid Legal Concept?" 
5(2) Issues in Law & Med. (1989) 197-224. 

18. S.M. Secrest, "Minors' Rights to Abortion - Are Parental 
Notice and Consent Laws Justified?" 66 Univ. Detroit Law Rev. 
(1989) 691-712. 

19. N. Siebrasse, " Malette v. Shulman: The Requirement of Consent 
in Medical Emergencies" 34(4) McGill Law J. (1989) 1080-1098. 

20. D.B. Snyder, "Mother v. Fetus - The Case of 'Do or Die': In Re 
A.C." 5 J. Contemp. Health Law and Policy (1989) 319-337. 

21. A.D. Twerski and N.B. Cohen, "Informed Decision Making and the 
Law of Torts: The Myth of Justiciable Causation" 3 Univ. 
Illinois Law Rev. (1988) 607-665. 

22. L.D. Wardle, "Parents' Rights vs. Minors' Rights Regarding the 
Provision of Contraceptives to Teenagers" 68 Nebraska Law Rev. 
(1989) 216-260. 

23. D.D. Welch, "Walking in Their Shoes: Paying Respect to 
Incompetent Patients" 42(6) Vanderbilt Law Rev. (1989) 1617- 
1640. 


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Consent; 1991/92 Supplement 

1. A. Bainham, "The Children Act 1989: Adolescence and Children's 
Rights" 20 Family Law (1990) 311-314. 

2. J.-L. Baudouin, "Biomedical Experimentation on the Mentally 

Handicapped: Ethical and Legal Dilemmas" 9(4) Med. & Law 
(1990) 1052-1061. 

3. J.W. Bellacosa, "The Fusion of Medicine and Law for In 
Extremis Health and Medical Decisions — Does It Produce 
Energy and Light or Just Cosmic Debris?" 34(4) St. Louis Univ. 
Law J. (1990) 1041-1059. 

4. M.S. Brown, L.J. Wastila, C.I. Barash and L. Lasagna, "Patient 
Perceptions of Drug Risks and Benefits" 1(3) Risk (1990) 203- 
216. 

5. M.E. Chopko and H. Alvare, "Legal Issues in A Post-Webster 
World" 34(1) Catholic Lawyer (1990) 115-130. 

6. A.B. Churchward, "A Comparative Study of the Law Relating to 
the Physician's Duty to Obtain the Patient's 'Informed 
Consent' to Medical Treatment in England and California," 5(2) 
Connecticut J. Int'l Law (1990) 483-563. 

7. J.E. Cinella Jr., "Protecting Children: The Lifeblood of 
Permissible Intrusion — Balancing State Interests and 
Individual Religious Rights," 25(4) New England Law Rev. 
(1991) 1211-1222. 

8. M. Diamond, "Echoes from Darkness: The Case of Angela C," 
51(4) Univ. Pittsburgh Law Rev. (1990) 1061-1096. 

9. C. Dias, "Realizing the Human Rights of the Disadvantaged," 45 
The Review (1990) 37-45. 

10. D. Duffy and M.C. Romney, "Medicine and Law: Recent 
Developments in Peer Review and Informed Consent" 26(2) Tort 
& Insurance Law J. (1990) 331-352. 

11. J.S. Ehrlich and J.A. Sabino, "A Minor's Right to Abortion — 
The Unconstitutionality of Parental Participation in Bypass 
Hearings," 25(4) New England Law Rev. (1991) 1185-1209 

12. P.J. Ferrara, "Expanding Autonomy of the Elderly in Home 
Health Care Programs," 25(2) New England Law Rev. (1990) 421- 
455. 

13. E.A. Fitzgerald, "Chemical Castration: MPA Treatment of the 
Sexual Offender," 18(1) Amer. J. Crim. Law (1990) 1-60. 



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14. J.M. Gibson, "Reflecting on Values," 51(2) Ohio State Law J. 
(1990) 451-471. 

15. S. Goldberg, "Of Gametes and Guardians: The Impropriety of 
Appointing Guardians Ad Litem for Fetuses and Embryos" 66(2) 
Washington Law Rev. (1991) 503-544. 

16. M.R. Gregory, "Hard Choices: Patient Autonomy in an Era of 
Health Care Cost Containment," 30(4) Jurimetrics J. (1990) 
483-509. 

17. D. Greschner, "Abortion and Democracy for Women: A Critique of 
Tremblay v. Daigle " 35(3) McGill Law J. (1990) 633-669. 

18. B. Hiltbrunner and A. Breitsprecher, "Pharmaceutical Risk and 
the Quality of Life" 2(1) Risk (1991) 19-76. 

19. C.J. Jones, "Autonomy and Informed Consent in Medical 
Decisionmaking: Toward a New Self-Fulfilling Prophecy" 47(2) 
Washington and Lee Law Rev. (1990) 379-430. 

20. L. Jorgenson, R. Randles and L. Strasburger, "The Furor Over 
Psychotherapist-Patient Sexual Contact: New Solutions to an 
Old Problem" 32(3) William & Mary Law Rev. (1991) 645-732. 

21. C.M. Kelly, T.D. Knox and R.R. Rompola, " Hodgson and Akron II: 
The Supreme Court's New Standard for Minor's Abortion 
Statutes" 66(2) Notre Dame Law Rev. (1990) 527-554. 

22. N.M. King and G. Henderson, "Treatments of Last Resort: 
Informed Consent and the Diffusion of New Technology," 42 
Mercer Law Rev. (1991) 1207-1050. 

23. K.A. Knopoff, "Can A Pregnant Woman Morally Refuse Fetal 
Surgery?" 79(2) Calif. Law Rev. (1991) 499-540. 

24. A. Koppelman, "Forced Labor: A Thirteenth Amendment Defense of 
Abortion" 84(2) Northwestern Univ. Law Rev. (1990) 480-535. 

25. H. Lessard, "Relationship, Particularity, and Change: 
Reflections on R. v. Morgentaler and Feminist Approaches to 
Liberty," 36 McGill Law J. (1991) 264-307. 

26. S. Laufer, "The Regulation of Medical/Scientific Research 
Practices Involving Experimentation on Human Beings" 8(1) Law 
in Context (1990) 78-105. 

27. R. Lavery, "Routine Medical Treatment of Children" J. of 
Social Welfare Law (1990) 375-384. 


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28. J.B. Lew, "Terminally Ill and Pregnant: State Denial of a 
Woman's Right to Refuse a Cesarean Section" 38(2) Buffalo Law 
Rev. (1990) 619-645. 

29. M.J. Mehlman, "Fiduciary Contracting: Limitations on 

Bargaining Between Patients and Health Care Providers" 51(2) 
Univ. Pittsburgh Law Rev. (1990) 365-417. 

30. J.F. Merz and B. Fischhoff, "Informed Consent Does Not Mean 
Rational Consent" 11(3) J. Law & Med. (1990) 321-350. 

31. M. Nicholls, "Medical Treatment in the Absence of Consent" 20 
Family Law (1990) 128-134. 

32. D.M. Oyler, "Interspousal Tort Liability for Infliction of a 
Sexually Transmitted Disease" 29(2) J. Family Law (1990/91) 
519-537. 

33. J.P. Porter, "Development of a Federal Policy for the 
Protection of Human Subjects of Research" 45(6) Food Drug 
Cosmetic Law J. (1990) 623-637. 

34. S.O. Renfer, R. Shaheen and M. Hegarty, "The Women's Right to 
Know: A Model Approach to the Informed Consent of Abortion," 
22 Loyola Univ. Law J. (1991) 409-443. 

35. G.K. Russell and D. Wallace, "Jehovah's Witnesses and the 
Refusal of Blood Transfusions: A Balance of Interests" 33(4) 
Catholic Lawyer (1990) 361-381. 

36. D.E. Seidelson, "Medical Malpractice Actions Based on Lack of 
Informed Consent in 'Full-Disclosure' Jurisdictions: The 
Enigmatic Affirmative Defense" 29(1) Duquesne Law Rev. (1990) 
39-59. 

37. A.M. Sharrin, "Potential Fathers and Abortion: A Woman's Womb 

is not a Man's Castle" 55(4) Brooklyn Law Rev. (1990) 1359- 

1404. 

38. E.E. Smith, "The Criminalization of Belief: When Free Exercise 
[of religious conviction to refuse medical care for a child] 
Isn't," 42 Hastings Law J. (1991) 1491-1526. 

39. R.A. Stack, "Airport Drug Searches: Giving Content to the 
Concept of Free and Voluntary Consent" 77(1) Virginia Law Rev. 
(1991) 183-209. 

40. L.J. Steele, "When Universal Precautions Fail" 11(4) J. Legal 
Med. (1990) 451-480. 


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41. J. Trahan, "Constitutional Law: Parental Denial of a Child's 
Medical Treatment for Religious Reasons" 2 Annual Survey of 
Amer. Law (1989) 307-341. 

42. T.C. Wade, "Patients May Not Recall Disclosure of Risk of 
Death: Implications for Informed Consent" 30(3) Medicine, 
Science & the Law (1990) 259-262. 

43. B.J. Winick, "Competency to Consent to Treatment: The 
Distinction Between Assent and Objection" 28(1) Houston Law 
Rev. (1991) 15-61. 


Consent: 1992/93 Supplement 

1. A. Bainham, "The Judge and the Competent Minor" 108 Law 
Quarterly Rev. (April 1992) 194-200. 

2. D. Brahams, "Lancet Reprints: Medicine and the Law" 59(4) 
Medico-Legal J. (1991) 266-278. 

3. H.J. Bursztajn, H.P. Harding, Jr., T.G. Gutheil, and A. 

Brodsky, "Beyond Cognition: The Role of Disordered Affective 
States in Impairing Competence to Consent to Treatment" 19(4) 
Bulletin American Acad. Psychiatry & Law (1991) 383-388. 

4. L.T. Cadigan, "Balancing the Interests: A Practical Approach 
to Restrictions on Expressive Conduct in the Anti-Abortion 
Protest Context" 32(4) Boston College Law Rev. (July 1991) 
835-897. 

5. E.M. Capron, "Protection of Research Subjects: Do Special 

Rules Apply in Epidemiology" 19(3-4) Law, Med. & Health Care 
(Fall/Winter 1991) 184-190. 

6. C. M. Colvin, " Society for the Protection of the Unborn 

Children (Ireland) Ltd. v. Grogan: Irish Abortion Law and the 
Free Movement of Services in the European Community" 15(2) 
Fordham Int'l Law J. (1991-92) 476-526. 

7. M.M. Das Neves, "The Role of Counsel in Guardianship 

Proceedings of the Elderly" 4 Georgetown J. of Legal Ethics 
(1991) 855-867. 

8. B.M. Dickens, "Issues in Preparing Ethical Guidelines for 
Epidemiological Studies" 19(3-4) Law, Med. & Health Care 
(Fall/Winter 1991) 175-183. 

9. R.M. Dufault, "Bone Marrow Donations by Children: Rethinking 
the Legal Framework in Light of Curran v. Bosze" 24(1) 
Connecticut Law Rev. (1991) 211-246. 



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10. R. Dworkin, "Unenumerated Rights: Whether and How Roe Should 
be Overruled" 59(1)) Univ. of Chicago Law Rev. (1992) 381-432. 

11. J. Eekelaar, "The Importance of Thinking that Children Have 
Rights" 6(1) Int'l J. of Law and the Family (1992) 221-244. 

12. M.G. Embree and T.A. Dobson, "Parental Involvement in 
Adolescent Abortion Decisions: A Legal and Psychological 
Critique" 10(1) Law & Inequality (1991) 53-79. 

13. D.K. Feenan, "Abortion and Minors" J. of the Law Society of 
Scotland (March 1992) 111-113. 

14. J.J. Finer, "Toward Guidelines for Compelling Cesarean 

Surgery: Of Rights, Responsibility, and Decisional 

Authenticity" 76(2) Minnesota Law Rev. (1991) 239-294. 

15. M.T. Flannery, "Norplant: The New Scarlet Letter" 8 J. of 
Contemporary Health Law & Policy (Spring 1992) 201-226. 

16. J. Fox, "State Intervention When Parental Decision Based on 
Religious Beliefs Threatens Child Held Constitutional - In re 
McCauley" 25(3) Suffolk Univ. Law Rev. (1991) 813-828. 

17. R.G. Fox, "The Compulsion of Voluntary Treatment in 
Sentencing" 16(1) Crim. Law J. (1992) 37-54. 

18. B. Freedman and K. Cranley Glass, "Weiss v. Solomon: A Study 
in Institutional Responsibility for Clinical Research" 18(4) 
Law, Med. & Health Care (Winter 1990) 395-403. 

19. M.D.A. Freeman, "Taking Children's Rights More Seriously" 6 
Int'l J. of Law and the Family (1992) 52-71. 

20. L. Gostin, "Ethical Principles for the Conduct of Human 
Subject Research: Population-Based Research and Ethics" 19(3- 
4) Law, Med. & Health Care (Fall/Winter 1991) 191-201. 

21. J. Hunter, "Consent for the Legally Incompetent Organ Donor - 
Application of a Best-Interests Test" 12(4) J. of Legal Med. 
(1991) 535-557. 

22. R.P. Kouri, "The Law Governing Human Experimentation in 
Quebec" 22(1) R.D.U.S. (1991) 77-108. 

23. G.C. Leedes, "The Discourse Ethics Alternative to Rust v. 
Sullivan" (the "gag rule" case) 26(1) Univ. of Richmond Law 
Rev. (1991) 87-143. 

R.J. Levine, "Informed Consent: Some Challenges to the 
Universal Validity of the Western Model" 19(3-4) Law, Med. & 
Health Care (Fall/Winter 1990) 207-213. 


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25. M. Minow, "The Role of Families in Medical Decisions" 1 Utah 
Law Rev. (1991) 1-24. 

26. J.B. Mitchell, "Don't Ever Discuss Rust v. Sullivan with a 
Lady in a Grocery Line" 9(1) Constitutional Commentary (1992) 
25-39. 

27. D. Nichols, "Can They or Can't They? Children and the Age of 

Legal Capacity" 34 Scots Law Times (1991) 395-400. 

28. K. McK. Norrie, "The Age of Legal Capacity (Scotland) Act 
1991" J. of the Law Society of Scotland (Nov. 1991) 434-439. 

29. R.A. Posner, "Legal Reasoning From the Top Down and From the 
Bottom Up: The Question of Unenumerated Constitutional Rights" 
59(1) Univ. of Chicago Law Rev. (1992) 433-450. 

30. A. Samuels, "Informed Consent: The Law" 32(1) Med. Sci. Law 
(1992) 35-42. 

31. D.S. Shimm and R.G. Spece, "Conflict of Interest and Informed 
Consent in Industry-Sponsored Clinical Trials" 12(4) J. of 
Legal Med. (1991) 477-513. 

32. D.L. Shriner, et al., "Informed Consent and Risk Management in 
Dermatology" 8 J. of Contemporary Health Law & Policy (Spring 
1992) 137-162. 

33. P.D.G. Skegg, "Criminal Liability for the Unauthorized Use of 
Corpses for Medical Education and Research" 32(1) Med. Sci. 
Law (1992) 51-54. 

34. P.D.G. Skegg, "The Use of Corpses for Medical Education and 
Research: the Legal Requirements" 31(4) Med. Sci. Law (1991) 
345-354. 

35. E. Spalin, "Abortion, Speech and the European Community" 1 J. 
of Social Welfare and Family Law (1992) 17-32. 

36. G.R. Stone, "Second Thoughts on Rust v. Sullivan and the First 
Amendment" [the "gag rule" case] 9(1) Constitutional 
Commentary (1992) 5-8. 

37. B. Wilkinson, "Abortion, The Irish Constitution and the EEC" 
Public Law (Spring 1992) 20-30. 

K.R. Wing, "Speech, Privacy, and the Power of the Purse: 
Lessons from the Abortion 'Gag Rule' Case" 17(1)) J. of Health 
Politics, Policy & Law 163-175. 


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Consent: 1993/94 Supplement 

1. A.P. Baxnes, "Beyond Guardianship Reform: A Re-evaluation of 
Autonomy and Beneficence for a System of Principled Decision- 
Making in Long-Term Care" 41(3) Emory L.J. (1992) 633-760. 

2. D.J. Crothers and C.G. Uglem, " A Proposal for a Presumed 
Consent Organ Donation Policy in North Dakota" 68(3) North 
Dakota L.R. (1992) 637-656. 

3. B.M. Dickens, "The Modern Function and Limits of Parental 
Rights" (97) Law Quarterly Rev. (July 1981) 462-485. 

4. B.M. Dickens, "Informed Consent and Novel Treatment" 2 
Transplantation Today (Sept. 1985) 11-14. 

5. B.M. Dickens, Human Rights in Medical Experimentation" in 
General Problems of Human Rights ?? 

6. R.B. Dworkin, "Medical Law and Ethics in the Post-Autonomy 
Age" 68(3) Indiana L.J. (1993) 727-742. 

7. L. Edwards, "The Right to Consent and the Right to Refuse; 
More Problems with Minors and Medical Consent" (Part 1) 
Juridical Review 52-73. 

8. J. Eekelaar, "White Coats or Flak Jackets? Doctors, Children 
and the Courts—Again" (109) Law Q. Rev.(1993) 182-187. 

9. M.S. Eisenbaum, "Minors, Medical Treatment and Interspousal 

Disagreement: Should Solomon Split the Child?" 41(3) DePaul 

L.R. 841-884. 

10. A. Fish, "An Ounce of Prevention: Ontario's New Personal Care 
Laws and Planning for Incapacity" 12(4) Estates and Trusts J. 
(1993) 335-349. 

11. J.C. Fletcher, "Ethics Committees and Due Process" 20(4) Law, 
Medicine and Health Care (1992) 291-293. 

12. D. Giesen and J. Hayes, "The Patient's Right to Know—A 
Comparative View" 21(2) Anglo-American L.R. (1992) 101-122. 

13. K.C. Glass, "Informed Decision-Making and Vulnerable Persons: 
Meeting the Needs of the Competent Elderly Patient or Research 
Subject" 18(1) Queen's L.J. 191-238. 

14. I.R. Gunning, "Arrogant Perception, World Travelling and 

Multicultural Feminism: The Case of Female Genital Surgeries" 
23(2) Columbia Hum. Rts L.R. (1991-92) 189-248. 




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15. J. Hardwig, "The Problem of Proxies with Interests of Their 
Own: Toward a Better Theory of Proxy Decisions" 3 Utal L.R. 
(1992) 803-818. 

16. J. Hughes, "Legal and Ethical Implications of Clinical 
Research on Human Subjects" 22 Cambrian L.R. (1991) 5-25. 

17. G. Korgaonkar and D. Tribe, "Taking Their Medicine" 136(31) 
Solicitor's J. (1992) 778-79. 

18. W.M. Margolis, "The Doctor Knows Best? Patient Capacity for 
Health Care Decision-Making" 71(4) Oregon L.R. (1992) 909-937. 

19. J.K. Mason, "Master of the Balancers: Non-Voluntary Therapy 
under the Mantle of Lord Donaldson" (Part 2 - May) Juridical 
Review (1993) 115-132. 

20. P.J. Moran, "A Military Exception to 'Informed Consent': Doe 
v. Sullivan " 66(3) St. John's L.R. (1992) 847-863. 

21. D. Morgan, "Whatever Happened to Consent?" 142(6573) New L.J. 
(1992) 1448. 

22. J. Murphy, "Whither Adolescent Autonomy?" 6 J. Social Welfare 
and Family L. (1992) 529-544. 

23. M. Nicholls, "Consent to Medical Treatment" 23 Family L. 
(1993) 30-33. 

24. S.N. Perley, "From Control Over One's Body to Control Over 
One's Body Parts: Extending the Doctrine of Informed Consent" 
67(2) N.Y. Univ. L.Rev. (1992) 335-365. 

25. M. Rae, "Consent to Medical Treatment" 142(6576) New L.J. 
(1992) 1574. 

26. L. Ruggiero, "Care and Protection of Beth" XXVI(4) Suffolk 
Univ. L.R. (1992) 1159-1167. 

27. E.J. Schuchardt, "Walking a Thin Line: Distinguishing Between 
Research and Medical Practice during Operation Desert Storm" 
26(1) Columbia J. L. & Soc.' - Problems (1992) 77-115. 

28. G. Sharpe, "Consent and Minors" 13(3) Health L. in Canada 197- 
207. 

29. J.M. Shields and A. Johnson, "Collision between Law and 
Ethics: Consent for Treatment with Adolescents" 20(3) Bull. 
Am. Acad. Psych. L. (1992) 309-323. 

M. Silberfeld et al., "Legal Standards and the Threshold of 
Competence" 14(4) Advocate's Q. (1993) 482-487. 


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31. M. Silberfeld and D. Chekcland, "Bridging the Gap: Public 
Policy and Clinical Criteria for Competency" 13(3) Health Law 
in Canada 177-191. 

32. D.C. Simmonds, "The Substitute Decisions Act: A Modest Attempt 
at Explication" 12(4) Estates and Trusts J. (1993) 350-383. 

33. R.C. Smith, "Female Circumcision: Bringing Women's 

Perspectives into the International Debate" 65(5) Southern 
California L.R. (1992) 2449-2504. 

34. B.T. Stanyer, "Court-Ordered Caesarean Sections: An Example of 

the Dangers of Judicial Involvement in Medical Decision- 
Making" 28(1) Gonzaga L.R. (1992/93) 121-140. 

35. K. Stern, "Court-Ordered Caesarean Sections: In Whose 
Interests?" 56(2) Modern L.R. (1993) 238-243. 


Consent: 1994/95 Supplement 


1. Wayne Barnes, "Texas Bucks the Trend—No Cause of Action for 
Lost Chance of Survival in the Medical Malpractice Context: 
Kramer v. Lewisville Memorial Hospital . 858 S.W.2d 397 (Tex. 
1993) 25 Texas Tech L.R. (1993) 219-237, 


2. Bennett Berson, "The Taking of Human Tissue for Research and 
Commerce: A Comparison of U.S. and French Approaches" 10(2) 
Wisconsin Int'l L.J. (1993) 348-370. 

3. Lois Bibbings and Peter Alldridge, "Sexual Expression, Body 
Alteration and the Defence of Consent" 20(3) J. of L. & Soc. 
(1993) 356-370. 

4. P. Dean Brinkley, "Health Care Worker's Legal Duty to Disclose 
HIV-Positive Status to Patients before Performing Invasive 
Procedures" 29(2) Tulsa L.J. (1993) 429-448. 


5. Lloyd C. Chatfield II, "Medical Implant Litigation and Failure 
to Warn: A New Extension for the Learned Intermediary Rule?" 
82 Kentucky L.J. (1993-94) 575-625. 


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7. 


Gerald D. Chipeur, "Blood Testing Without Consent: The Right 
to Privacy versus the Right to Know (Part I) " 12 Med Law 
(1993) 521-533. 


Gerald D. Chipeur, "Blood Testing Without Consent: The Right 
to Privacy versus the Right to Know (Part 2)" 13 Med Law 

(1993) 55-67. 


Miles Clemans, "Medical Practitioners—Detainee on 'hunger 
strike' — Whether can be force-fed—Doctrine of necessity" 
67(8) Australian L.J. (1993) 630-631. 


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9. Alfred F. Connard, "Elder Choice" 19 Am. J. of L. & Med. 
(1993) 233-283. 

10. Judith Daar, "A Clash at the Bedside: Patient Autonomy v. A 

Physician's Professional Conscience" 44(6) Hastings L.J. 
(1993) 1241-1289. 

11. Gillian Douglas, "The Retreat from Giliick " 55(4) Modern L. 
Rev. (1992) 569-576. 

12. Norman Fell, "Guardianship and the Elderly: Oversight Not 
Overlooked" 25(1) U. Toledo L.R. (1993) 189-213. 

13. B. Geiselmann, "Demented Subjects' Competence to Consent to 
Participate in Field Studies: The Berlin Ageing Study" 13(1-2) 
(1994) 177-184. 

14. Dieter Giesen, "The Patient's Right to Know—A Comparative Law 
Perspective" 12 Med Law (1993) 553-565. 

15. Joan M. Gilmour, "'Our' Bodies: Property Rights in Human 
Tissue" Can. J. L. & Soc. (1993) 113-138. 

16. Ardath A. Hamann, "Family Surrogate Laws: A Necessary 
Supplement to Living Wills and Durable Powers of Attorney" 
38(1) Villanova L.R. (1993) 103-177. 

17. Elizabeth Howard, "Science Misconduct and Due Process: A Case 
of Process Due" 45(2) Hastings L.J. (1994) 309-358. 

18. Martha Jackman, "The Canadian Charter as a Barrier to Unwanted 
Medical Treatment of Pregnant Women in the Interests of the 
Foetus" 14(2) Health L. in Canada (1993) 49-58. 

19. Jay Katz, "Informed Consent—Must It Remain A Fairytale?" 10 
J. Contemp. Health L. & Policy (1994) 69-91. 

20. Lynn E. Lebit, "Compelled Medical Procedures Involving Minors 
and Incompetents and Misapplication of the Substituted 
Judgment Doctrine" 7(1) J. L. & Health (1992) 107-130. 

21. Thomas H. Lee, "A Purposeful Approach to Products Liability 

Warnings and Non-English-Speaking Consumers" 47(4) Vanderbilt 
L.R.(1994) 1107-1142. 

22. Charles W. Lidz and Robert M. Arnold, "Rethinking Autonomy in 
Long Term Care" 47(3) U. Miami L.R. (1993) 603-623. 

23. David K. Malcolm, "The High Court and Informed Consent: The 
Bolam Principle Abandoned" 2(2) The Tort L.R. (1994) 81-98. 



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24. Jon F. Merz, "On A Decision-Making Paradigm of Medical 
Informed Consent" 14(2) J. Legal Med. (1993) 231-264. 

25. Thaddeus J. Nodzenski, "HIV-Infected Health Care Professionals 
and Informed Consent" 2(2) S.Cal. Interdisciplinary L.J. 
(1993) 299-347. 

26. A. Samuel Oddi, "Reverse Informed Consent: The Unreasonably 
Dangerous Patient" 46(6) Vanderbilt L.R. (1993) 1417-1483. 

27. James C. O'Leary, "An Analysis of the Legal Issues Surrounding 
the Forced Use of Ritalin: Protecting a Child's Right to 'Just 
Say No'" 27(4) New England L.R. (1993) 1173-1209. 

28. Laura M. Plastine, "'In God We Trust': When Parents Refuse 

Medical Treatment for their Children Based Upon Their Sincere 
Religious Beliefs" 3(1) Constitutional L.J. (1993) 123-160. 

29. F. Xavier Plaus and R. Bernadette Brissenden, "On Adolescence 
and Informed Consent" 14(3) Health L. In Canada (1993) 68-73. 

30. Elizabeth A. Schmidtlein, " Riggins v. Nevada : The Accused's 
Right to 'Just Say No' to Antipsychotic Drugs?" 10 J. of 
Contemp. Health L. & Policy (1994) 541-562. 

31. Susan J. Steinle, "Living Wills in the United States and 
Canada: A Comparative Analysis" 24(2) Case Western Reserve J. 
Int'l L. (1992) 435-473. 

32. Halle Fine Terrion, "Informed Choice: Physicians' Duty to 
Disclose Nonreadily Available Alternatives" 43(2) Case Western 
Reserve L.R. (1993) 491-523. 

33. Nicholas P. Terry, "Apologetic Tort Think: Autonomy and 
Information Torts" 38 Saint Louis U, L.J. (1993) 189-198. 

34. F. A. Trindade, "Disclosure of Risks in Proposed Medical 
Treatment" 109 L.Q.R. (1993) 352-356. 

35. Celia Wells, "Patients, Consent and Criminal Law" 1 J. Soc. 
Welfare & Fam. L. (1994) 65-78. 

36. Karin E. Wilinski, "Involuntary Contraceptive Measures: 
Controlling Women at the Expense of Human Rights" 10(2) Boston 
U. Int'l L. J. (1992) 351-383. 


Consent; 1995/96 Supplement 

1. A. Arabian, "Informed Consent: From the Ambivalence of Arato 
to the Thunder of Thor" 10(3) Issues in Law, Ethics & Medicine 
(1994) 261-298. 




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2. N. Bamforth, "Sado-Masochism and Consent" Criminal Law Rev. 
(September 1994) 661-664. 

3. L. Berman, " Planned Parenthood v. Casey: Supreme Neglect for 
Unemancipated Minors' Abortion Rights" 37(3) Harvard L.J. 
(1994) 577-604. 

4. R.H. Blank, "International Symposium on Critically Ill 

Newborns: An Overview and Introduction" 16(2) J. Legal 

Medicine (1995) 183-188. 

5. D. Brake, "Legal Challenges to the Educational Barriers Facing 
Pregnant and Parenting Adolescents" 28(2) Clearinghouse Rev. 
(1994) 141-55. 

6. Lady Justice Butler-Sloss DBE, "Law, Ethics and Medical 

Practice" 28(2) The Law Teacher (1994) 119-127. 

7. T.A. Caulfield & D.E. Ginn, "The High Price of Full 

Disclosure" 22(3) Manitoba L.J. (1995) 328-344. 

8. D.M. Cocchetto, "Practical Considerations in Direct 

Interactions Between Sponsors and Institutional Review Boards" 
49(1) Food & Drug L.J. (1994) 77-88. 

9. R. Colker, "Equality Theory and Reproductive Freedom" 3(1) 
Texas J. Women & Law (1994) 99-122. 

10. R.J. Cook, "Human Rights and Reproductive Self-Determination" 
44(4) American Univ. Law Rev. (1995) 975-1016. 

11. J.P. Dailey, "The Two Schools of Thought and Informed Consent 
Doctrines in Pennsylvania: A Model for Integration" 98(4) 
Dickinson Law Rev. (1994) 713-737. 

12. "Death within a Year and a Day" Criminal Law Rev. (Sept. 1994) 
625-27. 

13. J.F. Fader II, "The Precarious Role of the Courts: Surrogate 
Health Care Decisionmaking" 53(4) Maryland Law Rev. (1994) 
1193-1219. 

14. C. Hafner-Eaton & L.K. Pearce, "Birth Choices, the Law and 
Medicine: Balancing Individual Freedoms and Protection of 
Public Health" 19 J. Health, Politics, Policy & Law (1994) 
813-835. 

15. M. Minow, "Who's the Patient?" 53 Maryland Law Rev. (1994) 
1173-92. 

16. J.J. Glover, "Should Families Make Health Care Decisions?" 53 
Maryland Law Rev. (1994) 1158-1172. 


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17. A. Hendriks, "The Right to Health. Promotion and Protection of 
Women's Right to Sexual and Reproductive Health Under 
International Law: The Economic Covenant and the Women's 
Convention" 44 American Univ. Law Rev. (1995) 1123- 1144. 

18. A.K. Huibers, "Beyond the Threshold of Life: Treating and Non- 
Treating of Critically Ill Newborns in the Netherlands" 16 The 
J. Legal Medicine (1995) 227-245. 

19. R.S. Mandelbaum & S.L. Waysdorf, "The D.C. Medical Consent 
Law: Moving Towards Legal Recognition of Kinship Caregiving" 
District of Columbia Law Rev. (1994) 279-305. 

20. J.C. Merrick, "Critically Ill Newborns and the Law: The 

American Experience" 16 J. Legal Medicine (1995) 189-209. 

21. K.K. Min, "The White Plague Returns: Law and the New 

Tuberculosis" 69(4) Washington Law Rev. (1994) 1121-42. 

22. D. Morgan, "Odysseus and the binding directive: Only a 

cautionary tale?" 14 Legal Studies (1994) 411-42. 

23. R. Mykitiuk, "Fragmenting the Body" 2 Australian Feminist L.J. 
(1994) 63-98. 

24. P. Peppin, "Power and Disadvantage in Medical Relationships" 
3(2) Texas J. Women & the Law (1994) 221-263. 

25. A. Piper Jr., "Truce on the Battlefield: A proposal for a 

different approach to medical informed consent" 22 J. Law 

Medicine & Ethics (1994) 301-17. 

26. E.J. Schuchardt, "Distinguishing Between Research and Medical 
Practice During Operation Desert Storm" 49(1) Food & Drug L.J. 
(1994) 271-289. 

27. L.R. Staffen, "Heroic Medicine, Physician Autonomy, and 
Patient Rights" 19(3) Law & Social Inquiry (1994) 753-773. 

28. L.J. Steel, "National Childhood Vaccine Injury Compensation 
Program: Is This the Best We Can Do for Our Children?" 63(1) 
George Washington Law Rev. (1994) 144-173. 

29. R.D. Steele, "Silencing the Deadly Ritual: Efforts to End 
Female Genital Mutilation" 9 Georgetown Immigration L.J. 
(1995) 105-135. 

30. K. Tickner, "Rogers v. Whitaker - Giving Patients a Meaningful 

Choice " 15(1) Oxford J.L. Studies (1995) 109-18. 


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31. S. Veith, "The Judicial Bypass Procedure and Adolescents' 
Abortion Rights: The Fallacy of the 'Maturity' Standard" 23(2) 
Hofstra Law Rev. (1994) 453-81. 

32. W. Wadlington, "Medical Decision-Making for and by Children: 
Tensions Between Parent, State and Child" 2 U. Illinois Law 
Rev. (1994) 311-36. 

33. M.W. Walkow, "Case Comment: Informed Consent - Legal 
Competency Not Determinative of Person's Ability to Consent to 
Medical Treatment - Miller v. Rhode Island Hospital " 28(1) 
Suffolk Univ. Law Rev. (1994) 271-77. 

34. D. Winninger & L. Pineau, "Capacity and Autonomy: Striking a 
Balance" 15(3) Health Law in Canada (1994) 59-64. 


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III. COHFIDEKTIALITY 

1. P.L. Gillow, "Compulsory Urinalysis of Public School Students: 
An Unconstitutional Search and Seizure" 18(1) Columbia Human 
Rights Law Rev. 111-135. 

2. M. Heins, "The Right to be Let Alone - Drug Testing and the 
Fourth Amendment" 21 Suffolk Univ. Law Rev. 119-173. 

3. A.R. Holder, "The Biomedical Research and Subpoenas: Judicial 
Protection of Confidential Medical Data" 12(3) Amer. J. of Law 
& Med. 405-422. 

4. R.M. Keenan III, " Shoemaker v. Handel and Urinalysis Drug 
Testing: Looking for an American Standard" 21(2) Georgia Law 
Rev. 467-504. 

5. F.K. Lombard, et al., "Identifying the Abused Child: A Study 
of Reporting Practices of Teachers" 63(4) Univ. of Detroit Law 
Rev. 657-681. 

6. D.P. Mazo, "Yellow Rows of Test Tubes: Due Process Constraints 
on Discharges of Public Employees Based on Drug Urinalysis 
Testing" 136(6) Univ. of Pennsylvania Law Rev. 1623-1656. 

7. T.L. McGovern III, "Employee Drug Testing Legislation: 
Redrawing the Battlelines in the War on Drugs" 39(6) Stanford 
Law Rev. 1453-1517. 

8. M.H. Meriwether, "Child Abuse Reporting Laws: Time for a 
Change" 20(2) Family Law Quarterly 141-171. 

9. J. Montgomery, "Confidentiality and the Immature Minor" 17 
Family Law (1987) 101-104. 

10. J. Morgan, "Controlling Minors' Fertility" 12 Monash Univ. Law 
Rev. (1986) 161-197. 

11. B.S. Murphy, B.S., "How to Protect Employees Who are Tested 
for Drug and Alcohol Abuse" 33(1) The Practical Lawyer 27-40. 

12. M. Neal, "Drug Testing in the Workplace: The Need for Quality 
Assurance Legislation" 48 Ohio State Law J. 877-895. 

13. M.E. Newcomb, "The Drug-Free Federal Workplace: A Question of 
Reasonableness" 29(1) William & Mary Law Rev. 215-248. 

S.H. Power, "The Right of Privacy in Choosing Medical 
Treatment: Should Terminally Ill Persons Have Access to Drugs 
not Yet Approved by the Food and Drug Administration?" 2 0 The 
John Marshall Law Rev. 693-713. 


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15. J.R. Redeker and J.A. Segla, "How to Protect Employers who 
Test for Drug and Alcohol Abuse" 33(3) The Practical Lawyer 
13-26. 

16. M.A. Rothstein, "Drug Testing in the Workplace: The Challenge 
to Employment Relations and Employment Law" 63(3) Chicago-Kent 
Law Rev. 683-743. 

17. F. Schoeman, "Adolescent Confidentiality and Family Privacy" 
20 The John Marshall Law Rev. 641-660. 

18. R.C. Turkington, "Legal Protection for the Confidentiality of 
Health Care Information in Pennsylvania: Patient and Client 
Access; Testimonial Privileges; Damage Recovery for 
Unauthorized Extra-Legal Discourse" 32(2) Villanova Law Rev. 
259-399. 


Confidentiality: 1989/90 Supplement 

1. E. Assaf, "Autonomous Adolescents, Sexual Responsibility, 
Religious Organizations, and Congress: An Illicit Church/State 
Relationship?" 3 J. of Law, Ethics and Public Policy (1988) 
425-468. 

2. M. Boumil, "Dispensing Birth Control in Public Schools: Do 
Parents Have a Right to Know?" 18 Seton Hall Law Rev. (1988) 
356-377. 

3. P. Bravender-Coyle, "The Law Relating to Confidentiality of 
Data Acquired by Researchers in the Biomedical and Social 
Sciences" 8 Univ. of Tasmania Law Rev. 333-360. 

4. C. Creech, "The Medical Review Committee Privilege: A 
Jurisdictional Survey" 67 North Carolina Law Rev. (1988) 179- 
231. 

5. S. Malinowski, "Runaway Shelters: Rights of Confidentiality 
and Self-Determination" 21 Columbia J. of Law and Social 
Problems (1988) 235-265. 

6. D. Praiss, "Constitutional Protection of Confessions Made by 
Mentally Retarded Defendants" 14(4) American J. of Law & Med. 
(1989) 431-465. 

7. H. Schneider, "Adoption Contracts and the Adult Adoptee's 
Right to Identify" 6 Law and Inequality (1988) 185-229. 

8. A. Weinrib, "Information and Property" 38(2) Univ. of Toronto 
Law J. (1988) 117-150. 



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Confidentiality: 1990/91 Supplement 

1. R.D. Miller and R. Weinstock, "Conflict of Interest Between 
Therapist-Patient Confidentiality and The Duty to Report 
Sexual Abuse of Children" 5(2) Behav. Sciences & The Law 
(1987) 161-174. 

2. R. Pomerance, "Search and Seizure of Bodily Substances: The 
Impact of R . v. Dyment (Part II)" 1(3) J. Motor Vehicle Law 
291-325. 


Confidentiality: 1991/92 Supplement 

1. D. Klinck, "'Things of Confidence': Loyalty, Secrecy and 
Fiduciary Obligation" 54(1) Sask. Law Rev. (1990) 73-99. 

2. J.V. McHale, "Harm Reduction and the Needle Exchange Scheme: 
Some Legal Problems" J. of Social Welfare and Family Law 
(1991) 27-36. 

3. M.L. Perlin and J.A. Dvoskin, "AIDS-Related Dementia and 
Competency to Stand Trial: A Potential Abuse of the Forensic 
Mental Health System" 18(4) Bulletin Amer. Acad. Psychiatry & 
Law (1990) 349-363. 

4. A.P. Peter and H. Sanchez, "The Therapist's Duty to Disclose 
Communicable Diseases" 14 Western State Univ. Law Rev. (1987) 
465-478. 

6. R. Slovenko, "The Therapist's Duty to Warn or Protect Third 
Persons" J. Psychiatry & Law (Spring 1988) 139-209. 

7. D.V. Snyder, "Disclosure of Medical Information Under 
Louisiana and Federal Law" 65(1) Tulane Law Rev. (1990) 169- 
202 . 

8. L.H. Strasburger, L. Jorgenson and R. Randles, "Mandatory 
Reporting of Sexually Exploitative Psychotherapists" 18(4) 
Bulletin Amer. Acad. Psychiatry & Law (1990) 379-384. 

9. L.B. Wright, "Genetic Causation and the Physician-Patient 
Privilege in Michigan: Shield or Sword" 36(1) Wayne Law Rev. 
(1989) 189-220. 

F.C. Zacharias, "Rethinking Confidentiality II: Is 

Confidentiality Constitutional?" 75(3) Iowa Law Rev. (1990) 
601-651. 


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Confidentiality: 1992/93 Supplement 

1. A. Anand, "Medical Audit and Confidentiality" 2 King's College 
Law J. (1991-92) 23-39. 

2. C.M. Cornish and D.B. Louria, "Employment Drug Testing, 
Preventive Searches, and the Future of Privacy" 33(1) William 
and Mary Law Rev. (1991) 95-125. 

3. B. Domb, "I Shot . the Sheriff, But Only My Analyst Knows: 
Shrinking the Psychotherapist-Patient Privilege" 5(2) J. of 
Law & Health (1990-91) 209-236. 

4. L.C. Egley, "Defining the Tarasoff Duty" J. of Psychiatry & 
Law (Spring/Summer 1991) 99-133. 

5. 0. Estadella-Yuste, "The Draft Directive of the European 

Community Regarding the Protection of Personal Data" 41(1) 
Int'l and Comparative Law Quarterly (Jan. 1992) 170-179. 

6. D.H. Flaherty, "Privacy, Confidentiality, and the use of 

Canadian Health Information for Research and Statistics" 35(1) 
Canadian Public Admin. (Spring 1992) 75-93. 

7. J.A. Klotz, "Limiting the Psychotherapist-Patient Privilege: 
The Therapeutic Potential" Crim. Law Bulletin (Sept-Oct 1991) 
416-433. 

8. D. Mendelson and G. Mendelson, "Tarasoff down under: the 

Psychiatrist's duty to warn in Australia" J. of Psychiatry & 
Law (Spring/Summer 1991) 33-61. 

9. C.J. Meyers, "Where the Protective Privilege Ends: California 
Changes the Rules for Dangerous Psychotherapy Patients" J. of 
Psychiatry & Law (Spring/Summer 1991) 5-31. 

10. R.F. Schopp, "The Psycotherapist's Duty to Protect the Public: 

The Appropriate Standard and the Foundation in Legal Theory 
and Empirical Premises" 70(2) Nebraska Law Rev. (1991) 327- 

360. 


Confidentiality: 1993/94 Supplement 

1. F. Arnold, "Let Technology Counteract Technology: Protecting 
the Medical Record in the Computer Age" 15(2) Hastings 
Comm/Ent L.J. (1993) 455-494. 

2. C.J. Dougherty, "Confidentiality and Its Limits: Ethics 
Guidelines for Maternal/Paediatric HIV Infection" 25(4) 
Creighton L.R. (1992) 1439-1460. 




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3. S. Keppel, "Use of Personal Health Information by Third 

Parties for Research Purposes" 7(1) Auckland Univ. L.R. 1-26. 

4. S.L. Ludd, "Athletics, Drug Testing and the Right to Privacy: 
A Question of Balance" 34(4) Howard L.J. (1991) 599-632. 

5. J.G. McMullen, "Privacy, Family Autonomy and the Maltreated 
Child" 75(3) Marquette L.R. (1992) 569-598. 

6. M. Minow, "Telling Medical Stories: Sharing Information among 
Doctors, Patients and Families" (3) Utah L.R. (1992) 903-928. 

7. J. Neisser, "Disclosing Adolescent Suicidal Impulses to 

Parents: Protecting the Child or the Confidence?" 26(3) 
Indiana L.R. (1993) 433-468. 

8. S.F. Stuhlberg, "When Is a Pregnant Minor Mature? When Is an 

Abortion in her Best Interests? The Ohio Supreme Court Applies 
Ohio's Abortion Parental Notification Law" 60(3) U. Cincinnati 
L.R. (1992) 907-961. 

Confidentiality; 1994/95 Supplement 

1. Gerald Chipeur, " Caveat Medicus : Practising with Another 

Dentist May Be Hazardous to your Financial Health" XXXI(2) 

Albert L.R. (1993) 292-300. 

2. G. Geller, E.S. Tambor, et al., "Physicians' Attitudes Towards 
Disclosure of Genetic Information to Third Parties." 21 J. of 
Law, Med. & Ethics (1993) 238-240. 

3. Anne L. Mactavish, "Mandatory Reporting of Sexual Abuse under 
the Regulated Health Professions Act" 14(4) Health L. in 
Canada (1994) 89-95. 


Confidentiality: 1995/96 Supplement 

1. D. Capper, "Damages for breach of the equitable duty of 
confidence" 14(3) Legal Studies (1994) 313-34. 

2. S.G. Coughlan, "Patients' Secrets and Threats to Third 
Parties: Where to Draw the Line" 15(4) Health Law in Canada 
91-96. 

3. S.M. Gilles, "Promises Betrayed: Breach of Confidence as a 
Remedy for Invasions of Privacy" 43(1) Buffalo Law Rev. (1995) 
1-84 . 

4. D. Ginn, "Mandatory Reporting of Wife Assault by Health Care 
Professionals" 17(1) Dalhousie L.J. 105-29. 





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5. L.O. Gostin, J. Turek-Brezina, M. Powers, R. Kozloff, "Privacy 
and Security of Health Information in the Emerging Health Care 
System" 5 Health Matrix: J. of Law-Medicine (1995) 1-36. 

6. K. A. Gough, "The Conflict Between Confidentiality and 
Disclosure When a Client Announces Suicidal Intentions: A 
Proposed Amendment to the Model Ethics Codes" 40(4) Wayne Law 
Rev. (1994) 1629-51. 

7. T. Mauth, "Charter Implications of Compelling Dentists to 
Reveal their HIV Status" Vol. 1 Health Law in Canada (1994) 
97-106. 

8. W.H. Minor, "Identity Cards and Databases in Health Care: The 
Need for Federal Privacy Protections" 28(2) Columbia J. Law & 
Social Problems (1995) 253-96. 

9. E. Oscapella, "Drug Testing and Privacy" 2(3) Canadian Labour 
Law J. (1994) 325-334. 

10. G. Syrota, "The Problem of Confidentiality in Medical Research 
in Western Australia" 24(1) U. Western Australia Law Rev. 
(1994) 118-28. 

11. B.S. Thornton, "The New International Jurisprudence on the 
Right to Privacy: A Head-on Collision with Bowers v. Hardwick " 
58(3) Albany Law Rev. (1995) 725-74. 

12. A.R. Thrush, "Public Health and Safety Hazards Versus 
Confidentiality: Expanding the Mediation Door of the Multi- 
Door Courthouse" 9 J. Dispute Resolution (1994) 235-58. 

Y.H. Yee, "Criminal DNA Data Banks: Revolution for Law 
Enforcement or Threat to Individual Privacy?" 22(2) American 
J. Criminal Law (1995) 461-90. 


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IV. RIGHT TO DIE 

1. M.L. Antoline, "Protection for the Right to Forego Life- 
Prolonging Medical Treatment in Minnesota: An Analysis of Case 
Law and Proposed Legislation" 9(1} Hamline J. of Public Law & 
Policy 71-115. 

2. M.P. Battin, "Age Rationing and The Just Distribution of 
Health Care: Is There A Duty to Die?" 97(2) Ethics 317-340. 

3. J. Bopp, "Nutrition and Hydration for Patients: The 
Constitutional Aspects" 4(1) Issues in Law & Med. (1988) 3-52. 

4. A. Buchanan, "Advance Directives and the Personal Identity 
Problem" 17(4) Philosophy & Public Affairs 277-302. 

5. K. Carbetta-Scandy, "Judicial Intervention in the Exercise of 
the Incompetent's Right to Die: Bridge or Barrier? 53(4) Univ. 
of Cincinnati Law Rev. 1049-1066. 

6. G. Gelfand, "Living Will Status: The First Decade" 5 Wisconsin 
Law Rev. 737-822. 

7. L.H. Glantz, "Withholding and Withdrawing Treatment: The Role 
of the Criminal Law" 15(4) Law, Med. & Health Care 231-241. 

8. S.M. Golden, "Do Not Resuscitate Orders: A Matter of Life and 
Death in New York" 4 J. of Contemporary Health Law & Policy 
449-467. 

9. L.F. Gould, "Right to Die Legislation: The Effect on 
Physicians' Liability" 39 Mercer Law Rev. 517-543. 

10. E.R. Herlan, "Maine's Living Will Act and the Termination of 
Life-Sustaining Medical Procedures" 39(1) Maine Law Rev. 83- 
148. 

11. S.K. Hoge, et al., "The Right to Refuse Treatment Under Rogers 

v. Commissioner: Preliminary Empirical Findings and 

Comparisons" 15(2) Bulletin of Arner. Acad, of Psychiatry & Law 
(1987) 163-169. 

12. D.L. Jackson, "Patient Autonomy and 'Death With Dignity': Some 
Clinical Caveats" 20(4) Jurimetrics J. 348-359. 

13. P.H. Karlen, "Descendible Publicity Rights: California's 
Grateful Dead" 8(2) Comment Law J. 111-162. 

J.F. Kilner, "Age as a Basis for Allocating Lifesaving Medical 
Resources: An Ethical Analysis" 13(3) J. of Health Politics, 
Policy & Law 405-423. 


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15. L. Kutner, "The Living Will: The Epitome of Human Dignity in 
Coping with the Historical Event of Death" 64(4) Univ. of 
Detroit Law Rev. 661-686. 

16. H.J.J. Leenen, "Selection of Patients: An Insoluble Dilemma" 
7(3) Med. & Law (1988) 233-245. 

17. R.B. Leflar, "Liberty & Death: Advance Health Care Directives 
and The Law of Arkansas" 39 Arkansas Law Rev. 375-445. 

18. J. Macavoy-Snitzer, "Pregnancy Clauses in Living Will 
Statutes" 87(6) Columbia Law Rev. 1200-1300. 

19. C.A. Mooney, "Deciding Not to Resuscitate Hospital Patients: 

Medical and Legal Perspectives" 4 Univ. of Illinois Law Rev. 
(1986) 1025-1119. 

20. K.A. Mulholland, "A Time to be Born & A Time to Die: A 
Pregnant Woman's Right to Die with Dignity" 20 Indiana Law 
Rev. (1987) 859-878. 

21. G.V. Scharff, "In Re Quinlan Revisited: The Judicial Role in 
Protecting the Privacy Right of Dying Incompetents" 15 
Hastings Const'1 Law Quarterly (1988) 479-512. 

22. J.M. Scheb, "Termination of Life Support Systems for Minor 
Children: Evolving Legal Responses" 54(1) Tennessee Law Rev. 
1-30. 

23. C.E. Schneider, "Rights Discourse and Neonatal Euthanasia" 76 
Calif. Law Rev. (1988) 151-176. 

24. L.C. Thompson, "In re Gardner" 4(1) Issues in Law & Med. 
(1988) 97-121. 

25. S.Z. Vile, "Living Wills in New York: Are They Valid?" 38(4) 
Syracuse Law Rev. 1369-1395. 


Right to Die: 1989/90 Supplement 

1. D.L. Beschle, "Autonomous Decisionmaking and Social Choice: 
Examining the 'Right to Die'" 77 Kentucky Law J. (1988-89) 
319-367. 

2. B. Bostrom, "Euthanasia in the Netherlands: A Model for the 
United States" 4 Issues in Law & Med. (1989) 467-486. 

3. M.A. Chapman, "The Uniform Rights of the Terminally Ill Act: 
Too Little, Too Late?" 42 Arkansas Law Rev. (1989) 319-394. 



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4. R.V. Clarke and P. Mayhew, "Crime as Opportunity: A Note on 
Domestic Gas Suicide in Britain and the Netherlands" (1989) 29 
Brit. J. Criminology (1989) 35-46. 

5. M. Conolly, "Alternative to Euthanasia: Pain Management" 4 
Issues in Law & Med. (1988) 497-507. 

6. P. Derr, "Hadamar, Hippocrates, and the Future of Medicine: 
Reflections on Euthanasia and the History of German Medicine" 
4 Issues in Law & Med. (1989) 487-495. 

7. R. Devettere, "Reconceptualizing the Euthanasia Debate" 17(2) 
Law, Med. & Health Care (1989) 145-155. 

8. A. DiSomma, " Gray v. Romeo " 4 Issues in Law & Med. (1989) 535- 
540. 

9. J. Fletcher, "The Courts and Euthanasia" 15(4) Law, Med. & 
Health Care (1987/88) 223-230. 

10. S. Golden, "Do not Resuscitate Orders: A Matter of Life and 
Death in New York" 4 J. Contemporary Health Law and Policy 
(1988) 449-467. 

11. J. Mahoney, "Death With Dignity: Is there an Exception for 
Pregnant Women?" 57 Univ. Missouri - Kansas City Law Rev. 
(1989) 221-231. 

12. J. McMahon, "Death and the Value of Life" 99 Ethics (1988) 32- 
61. 

13. F.A. Molenda, "Active Euthanasia: Can it Be Justified?" 24 
Tulsa Law J. (1988) 165-188. 

14. R. Morgan and B. Harty-Golder, "Constitutional Development of 
Judicial Criteria in Right-to-Die Cases: From Brain Dead to 
Persistent Vegetative State" 23 Wake Forest Law Rev. (1988) 
721-765. 

15. K.M. Opperman, "Termination of Life-Sustaining Treatment: Who 
and How to Decide?" 33 N.Y. Law School Law Rev. (1988) 469- 
507. 

16. S. Schaeffer, "Death With Dignity: Proposed Amendments to the 
California Natural Death Act" 25 San Diego Law Rev. (1988) 
781-828. 

17. P.D.G. Skegg, "FW Guest Memorial Lecture 1988: The Edges of 
Life" 6 Otago Law Rev. (June 1988) 517-532. 


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18. G.P. Smith, "All' s Well That Ends Well: Toward a Policy of 
Assisted Rational Suicide or Merely Enlightened Self- 
Determination?" 22(2) Univ. of Calif. Davis Law Rev. (1989) 
275-419. 

19. A. Stone, "The Right to Die: New Problems for Law and Medicine 
and Psychiatry" 37 Emory Law J. (1988) ,627-643. 

20. I. Van der Sluis, "The Practice of Euthanasia in the 
Netherlands" 4 Issues in Law & Med. (1989) 455-465. 

21. K. Weinstock, "Order Authorizing Termination of Certain Life 
Support Systems" 4 Issues in Law & Med. (1989) 543-544.4. 


Right to Die: 1990/91 Supplement 

1. G.V. Bradley and F. Rouse, "Different Viewpoints: Does 
Autonomy Require Informed and Specific Refusal of Life- 
Sustaining Medical Treatment?" 5(3) Issues in Law & Med. 
(1989) 301-335. 

2. A. Browne, "Assisted Suicide and Active Voluntary Euthanasia" 
2(1) Can. J. of Law & Jurisprudence (1989) 35-56. 

3. N.L. Cantor, "The Permanently Unconscious Patient, Non-Feeding 
and Euthanasia" 15(4) Amer. J. of Law & Med. (1989) 381-437. 

4. D.G. Cassell, "Rejecting Criminal Liability for Life- 
Shortening Palliative Care" 6 J. of Contemp. Health Law and 
Policy (1990) 127-144. 

5. R.E. Cranford, et al., "The Care of the Dying: A Symposium on 
the Case of Betty Wright" 17(3) Law, Med. & Health Care (1989) 
207-268. 

6. M.L. Dailey, "Euthanasia in Maryland: The Right to Die With 
Dignity?" 5 J. Contemp. Health Law & Policy (1989) 297-317. 

7. R.J. Devettre, "Reconceptualizing the Euthanasia Debate" 17(2) 
Law, Med. & Health Care (1989) 145-155. 

8. I.M. Ellman, "Cruzan v. Harmon and the Dangerous Claim that 
Others Can Exercise an Incapacitated Patient's Right to Die" 
29(4) Jurimetrics J. (1989) 389-401. 

9. R.M. England, "Withdrawal of Nutrition and Hydration From 
Incompetent Patients in Missouri" 54(3) Missouri Law Rev. 
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10. L.C. Fentiman, "Privacy and Personhood Revisited: A New 
Framework for Substitute Decisionmaking for the Incompetent 
Incurably Ill Adult" 57(4) George Washington Law Rev. (1989) 
801-848. 

11. D. Gindes, "Judicial Postponement of Death Recognition: The 
Tragic Case of Mary O'Connor" 15(2-3) Amer. J. Law & Med. 
(1989) 301-331. 

12. G. Grisez and K. O'Rourke, "Different Viewpoints: Should 
Nutrition and Hydration Be Provided to Permanently Unconscious 
and Other Mentally Disabled Persons?" 5(2) Issues in Law & 
Med. (1989) 165-196. 

13. C.E. Harris and B.A. Bostrom, "Is the Continued Provision of 
Food and Fluids in Nancy Cruzan's Best Interests?" 5(4) Issues 
in Law & Med. (1990) 415-435. 

14. J. Hasl, "Patient Autonomy and the Right to Refuse Treatment: 
Available Remedies" 33(3) St. Louis Univ. Law J. (1989) 711- 
741. 

15. N. Hentoff, "The Church, the Law, and the Advancing Armies of 
Death" 33(1) Catholic Lawyer 1-11. 

16. D.E. Hirsch, "Euthanasia: Is It Murder or Mercy Killing? A 
Comparison of the Criminal Laws in the United States, the 
Netherlands and Switzerland" 12(3) Loyola of Los Angeles Int'l 
and Comp. Law J. (1990) 821-843. 

17. S.H. Johnson, "From Medicalization to Legalization to 
Politicization: O'Connor , Cruzan, and Refusal of Treatment in 
the 1990s" 21(3) Connecticut Law Rev. (1989) 685-722. 

18. I. Keilitz, et al., "Decision-making in Authorizing and 
Withholding Life Sustaining Medical Treatment: From Quinlan to 
Cruzan " 13(5) Mental & Physical Disability Law Reporter (1989) 
482-493. 

19. J.A. Laing, "Assisting Suicide" 54(1) J. Crim. Law 106-115. 

20. R.L. Lapointe, "The Removal of Feeding Tubes: Has the Right to 
Die Reached Its Limit?" 24(1) New England Law Rev. (1989) 185- 
223. 

21. H.J.J. Leenen, "Dying with Dignity: Developments in the Field 
of Euthanasia in the Netherlands" 8(5) Med. & Law (1989) 517- 
526. 

22. T. Mayo, "Constitutionalizing the 'Right to Die'" 49(1) 
Maryland Law Rev. (1990) 103-155. 


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23. L.T. Nerland, "A Cry for Help: A Comparison of Voluntary, 
Active Euthanasia Law" 13(1) Hastings Int'l and Comp. Law Rev. 
(1989) 115-139. 

24. M. Oberman, "Withdrawal of Life Support: Individual Autonomy 
Against Alleged State Interests in Preserving Life" 20(3) 
Loyola Univ. Law J. (1989) 797-818. 

25. P.G. Peters, Jr., "The State's Interest in the Preservation of 
Life: From Quinlan to Cruzan" 50(4) Ohio State Law J. (1989) 
891-977. 

26. S.M. Richard, "Someone Make Up My Mind: The Troubling Right to 
Die Issues Presented by Incompetent Patients with No Prior 
Expression of a Treatment Preference" 64(3) Notre Dame Law 
Rev. (1989) 394-421. 

27. K.H. Rothenberg, "Foregoing Life-Sustaining Treatment: What 
are the Legal Limits in an Aging Society?" 33(3) St. Louis 
Univ. Law J. (1989) 575-602. 

28. E. Shaver, "Do Not Resuscitate: The Failure to Protect the 
Incompetent Patient's Right of Self-Determination" 75(1) 
Cornell Law Rev. (1989) 218-245. 

29. M.A. Somerville, "Birth and Life: Establishing a Framework of 
Concepts" 21(3) Connecticut Law Rev. (1989) 667-683. 

30. S.L. Thieman, "Missouri's Living Will Statute: All Dressed Up 
With No Place to Go?" 57(3) Univ. Missouri - Kansas City Law 
Rev. (1989) 531-558. 

31. S.M. Weiner, "Privacy, Family, and Medical Decision Making for 
Persistent Vegetative Patients" 11(3) Cardozo Law Rev. (1990) 
713-734. 

32. K.R. Wolff, "Determining Patient Competency in Treatment 
Refusal Cases" 24(3) Georgia Law Rev. (1990) 733-757. 

33. P. Zisser, "Euthanasia and the Right to Die: Holland and the 
United States Face the Dilemma" 9(2-3) N.Y. Law School J. of 
Int'l and Comp. Law (1988) 361-377. 


Right to Die: 1991/92 Supplement 

1. G.J. Alexander, "Time for a New Law on Health Care Advance 
Directives" 42(3) Hastings Law J. (1991) 755-778. 

2. H. Arkes, "On the Right to be Sheltered from the 'Right to 
Die'" 14(1) Harvard J. of Law & Public Policy (1990) 131-136. 



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3. E.C. Benton, "The Constitutionality of Pregnancy Clauses in 
Living Will Statutes" 43(6) Vanderbilt Law Rev. (1990) 1821- 
1837. 

4. J. Bopp, Jr. and D. Avila, "Trends in the Law: From Death to 
Life" 27(1) Idaho Law Rev. (1990-91) 1-35. 

5. N.L. Cantor, "My Annotated Living Will," 18 Law, Med. & Health 
Care (1990) 114-122. 

6. M.C. Dyke, "A Matter of Life and Death: Pregnancy Clauses in 
Living Will Statutes" 70(5) Boston Univ. Law Rev. (1990) 867- 
887. 

7. L.L. Emanuel and E.J. Emanuel, "The Medical Directive: A New 

Comprehensive Advance Care Document" 10(2) Estates & Trusts J. 
(1990) 134-149. 

8. S. Goldberg, "The Changing Face of Death: Computers, 
Consciousness, and Nancy Cruzan" 43(3) Stanford Law Rev. 
(1991) 659-684. 

9. J.D. Gorby, "Admissibility and Weighing Evidence of Intent in 
Right to Die Cases" 6(1) Issues in Law & Med. (1990) 33-74. 

10. V. Gottlich, "The Effects of the Ciruzan Case on the Rights of 
Elderly Clients" 24(7) Clearinghouse Rev. (1990) 663-670. 

11. L. Harmon, "Falling Off the Vine: Legal Fictions and the 
Doctrine of Substituted Judgment" 100(1) Yale Law J. (1990) 1- 
71. 

12. D.J. Horan and E.R. Grant, "The Legal Aspects of Withdrawing 
Nourishment" 5(4) J. of Legal Med. (1984) 595-632 and 665-673. 

13. R.M. Ibanez, "Dignified Death: The Right to Refuse Life- 
Sustaining Treatment and Demand Continuing Comfort Care at a 
Private Institution" 32(3) Arizona Law Rev. (1990) 717-738. 

14. W.A. Kronmiller, "A Necessary Compromise: The Right to Forego 
Artificial Nutrition and Hydration Under Maryland's Life- 
sustaining Procedures Act" 47(4) Maryland Law Rev. (1988) 
1188-1218. 

15. P. Lerwick, "Withdrawal of Life-Sustaining Treatment: 

Patients' Rights — Privacy Rights" 42(1) Maine Law Rev. 
(1990) 193-218. 

16. R.P. Loftus, "I Have a Conscience, Too: The Plight of Medical 
Personnel Confronting the Right to Die," 65(4) Notre Dame Law 
Rev. (1990) 699-730. 


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17. E.A. Lyon, "The Right to Die: An Exercise of Informed Consent, 
not an Extension of the Constitutional Right to Privacy," 
58(4) Univ. Cincinnati Law Rev. (1990) 1367-1395. 

18. S.R. Martyn and H.J. Bourguignon, "Coming to Terms with Death: 
The Cruzan Case" 42(3) Hastings Law J. (1991) 817-858. 

19. S.H. Miles and A. August, "Courts, Gender and 'The Right to 
Die'," 18 Law, Med. & Health Care (1990) 85-95. 

20. K.C. Mulholland, "Protecting the Right to Die: The Patient 
Self-Determination Act of 1990," 28 Harvard J. on Legislation 
(1991) 609-630. 

21. M.L. Oxman, "The Encouragement of Empathy: Just Decisionmaking 
for Incompetent Terminal Patients" 3(2) J. Law & Health 
(1989/90) 189-217. 

22. J.W. Parry, "The Court's Role in Decisionmaking Involving 
Incompetent Refusals of Life-Sustaining Care and Psychiatric 
Medications" 14(6) Mental & Physical Disability Law Rev. 
(1990) 468-476. 

23. A.M. Peccarelli, "A Moral Dilemma: The Role of Judicial 
Intervention in Withholding or Withdrawing Nutrition and 
Hydration" 23(4) John Marshall Law Rev. (1990) 537-589. 

24. W.H. Pedrick, "Arizona Tort Law and Dignified Death" 22(1) 
Arizona State Law Rev. 63-87. 

25. B. A. Rich, "The Assault on Privacy in Healthcare 

Decisionmaking" 68(1) Denver Univ. Law Rev. (1991) 1-55. 

26. V.G. Rosenblum and C.D. Forsythe, "The Right to Assisted 
Suicide: Protection of Autonomy or an Open Door to Social 
Killing?" 6(1) Issues in Law & Med. (1990) 3-31. 

27. A. L. Rubin and M.E. Scrupski, "When Ethics Collide: 

Enforcement of Institutional Policies of Non-Participation in 
the Termination of Life-Sustaining Treatment" 41(1) Rutgers 
Law Rev. (1988) 399-430. 

28. C.H. Rushton and E.E. Hogue, "The Role of Families as 

Surrogate Decisionmakers after Cruzan v. Director, Missouri 
Department of Health " 7 J. Contemp. Health Law & Policy (1991) 
219-238. 

J.F. Skeels, "In re E.G.: The Right of Mature Minors in 

Illinois to Refuse Lifesaving Medical Treatment" 21 Loyola 
Univ. Law J. (1990) 1199-1230. 


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30. G.P. Smith, "Re-thinking Euthanasia and Death with Dignity: 
A Transnational Challenge" 12(4) Adelaide Law Rev. (1990) 480- 
489. 

31. W.B. Smith, "Is a Decision to Forgo Tube Feeding for Another 
a Decision to Kill?" 6(4) Issues in Law & Med. (1991) 385-406. 

32. L. Snyder, "Artificial Feeding and the Right to Die" 9(3) J. 
Legal Med. (1988) 349-375. 

33. J.N. Suhr, "Cruzan v. Director , Missouri Dept. Health: A Clear 
and Convincing Call for Comprehensive Legislation to Protect 
Incompetent Patients' Rights," 40 Amer. Univ. Law Rev. (1991) 
1477-1519. 

34. R.P. Vance, "Autonomy's Paradox: Death, Fear and Advance 
Directives," 42 Mercer Law Rev. (1991) 1051-1068. 

35. S. Wachtler, "The Patient's Right to Decline Medical 
Treatment: The New York View" 7 J. Contemp. Health Law & 
Policy (1991) 9-16. 

36. J.K. Weinberg, "Demystifying the Right to Die: The New Jersey 
Experience" 7(4) Med. & Law (1988) 323-345. 

37. J.K. Weinberg, "Whose Right Is It Anyway? Individualism, 
Community, and the Right to Die: A Commentary on the New 
Jersey Experience" 40(1) Hastings Law J. (1988) 119-167. 

38. K.R. Wing, "The Supreme Court's Spring Term: Abortion, the 
Right to Die, and the Decline of Privacy Rights" 15(4) J. 
Health Politics, Policy & Law 919-928. 


Right to Die: 1992/93 Supplement 

1. "Advance Directives: Are they an Advance?" 146(2) Can. Med. 
Assoc. J. (1992) 127-134. 

2. K.M. Anderson, "A Medical-Legal Dilemma: When Can 

'Inappropriate' Nutrition and Hydration Be Removed in 

Indiana?" 67(2) Indiana Law J. (Winter 1992) 479-509. 

3. G.J. Annas, "The Long Dying of Nancy Cruzan" 19(1-2) Law, Med. 
& Health Care (Spring/Summer 1991) 69-72. 

4. C.H. Baron, "Why Withdrawal of Life-Support for PVS Patients 

Is Not a Family Decision" 19(1-2) Law, Med. & Health Care 

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5. M. Battin, "Voluntary Euthanasia and the Risks of Abuse: Can 
We Learn Anything from the Netherlands" 20(1-2) Law, Med. & 
Health Care (Spring/Summer 1992) 133-143. 

6. J.E. Bennett-Overton, "Unanswered Implications - The Clouded 
Rights of the Incompentent Patient Under Cruzan v. Director, 
Missouri Department of Health" 69(5) North Carolina Law Rev. 
(June 1991) 1293-1331. 

7. J. Bopp Jr., and D. Avila, "The Due Process 'Right to Life' in 
Cruzan and its impact on 'Right-to-Die' Law 53(1) Univ. 
Pittsburgh Law Rev. (1991) 193-233. 

8. B. Brody, "Special Ethical Issues in the Management of PVS 
Patients" 20(1-2) Law, Med. & Health Care (Spring/Summer 1992) 
104-115. 

9. D.D. Byrd, "A Right to Die: Can a Massachusetts Physician 
Withdraw Artifical Nutrituion and Hydration from a 
Persistently Vegetative Patient Following Cruzan v. Director, 
Missouri Department of Health ?" 26(1) New England Law Rev. 
(Fall 1991) 199-224. 

10. N.L. Cantor, "Advance Directives and the Pursuit of Death with 

Dignity: New Jersey's New Legislation" 44(2) Rutgers Law Rev. 
(1992) 335-403. 

11. R.G. Dunn, "The Right to Die or the Right to Suicide: A 
Difficult Distinction - McKay v. Bergstedt" 25(3) Suffolk 
Univ. Law Rev. (1991) 829-838. 

12. T.A. Eaton and E.J. Larson, "Experimenting with the 'Right to 
Die'in the Laboratory of the States" 25(5) Georgia Law Rev. 
(Summer 1991) 1253-1326. 

13. R. Fenigsen, "The Report of the Dutch Governmental Committee 
on Euthanasia" 7(3) Issues in Law & Medicine (1991) 339-344. 

14. M.R. Flick, "The Due Process of Dying" 79(4) Calif. Law Rev. 

(1991) 1121-1167. 

15. A.M. Gaudin, " Cruzan v. Director, Missouri Department of 
Health : To Die or Not to Die: That is the Question - But Who 
Decides?" 51(6) Lousiana Law Rev. (1991) 1307-1345. 

16. L.J. Gilbert, " Cruzan and its impact on Patient Self- 
Determination" 30(1) J. of Family Law (1991-92) 111-133. 

C. J. Gill, "Suicide Intervention for People with Disabilities: 
A Lesson in Inequality" 8(1) Issues in Law & Med. (1992) 37- 
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18. A. E. Gunn, "Risk-Benefit Ratio: The Soft Underbelly of Patient 
Autonomy" 7(2) Issues in Law & Medicine (1991) 139-153. 

19. S.R. Harner, "Confusion in Right to Die Ideology: Impact of 
Ethical Decision Making for Treatment of an Incompetent 
Client" 4 Georgetown J. of Legal Ethics (1991) 869-898. 

20. S.S. Herr, B.A. Bostrom, and R.S. Barton, "No Place to Go: 
Refusal of Life-Sustaining Treatment by Competent Persons with 
Physical Disabilities" 8(1) Issues in Law & Med. (1992) 3-36. 

21. D.E. Hoffman, "Does Legislating Hospital Ethics Committees 
Make a Difference?" 19(1-2) Law, Med. & Health Care 
(Spring/Summer 1991) 105-119. 

22. S.E. Hollins, "Something Worth Writing Home About: Clear and 
Convincing Evidence, Living Wills, and Cruzan v. Director, 
Missouri Department of Health " 22(3) Toledo Law Rev. (Spring 
1991) 871-911. 

23. E.G. Howe, D.S. Gordon, and M. Valentin, "Medical 
Determination (and Preservation) of Decision-Making Capacity" 
19(1-2) Law, Med. & Health Care (Spring/Summer 1991) 27-33. 

24. S.K. Jezewski, "Can a Suicide Machine Trigger the Murder 
Statute?" 37(4) Wayne Law Rev. (1991) 1921-1950. 

25. Y. Kamisar, "When is there a Constitutional 'Right to Die'? 
When there is No Constitutional 'Right to Live'?" 25(5) 
Georgia Law Rev. (Summer 1991) 1203-1242. 

26. J. Keown, "The Law and Practice of Euthanasia in The 
Netherlands", 108 Law Quarterly Rev. (Jan. 1992) 51-78. 

27. J. Kevorkian, "A Fail-Safe Model for Justifiable Medically- 

Assisted Suicide ('Medicide')" 13(1) Amer. J. of Forensic 

Psychiatry (1992) 7-41. (Commentaries on Dr. Kevorkian's 

Article infra, 43-81.) 

28. P. A. King, "The Authority of Families to Make Medical 
Decisions for Incompetent Patients after the Ciruzan Decision" 
19(1-2) Law, Med. & Health Care (Spring/Summer 1991) 76-79. 

29. A.A. Koury, "Physician-Assisted Suicide for the Terminally 

Ill: The Ultimate Cure?" 33(3) Arizona Law Rev. (1991) 677- 

700. 

D. Lanham and B. Fehlberg, "Living Wills and the Right to Die 
with Dignity" 18(2) Melbourne Univ. Law Rev. (Dec 1991) 329- 

349. 


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31. J. La Puma, "Quality-Adjusted Life Years: Ethical Implications 
and the Oregon Plan" 7(4) Issues in Law & Med. (1992) 429-441. 

32. M.J. Lerner, "State Natural Death Acts: Illusory Protection of 
Individual's Life-Sustaining Treatment Decisions" 29(1) 
Harvard J. on Legislation (1992) 175-221. 

33. B. Marcus, " Cruzan: No Right-to-Die for Those Without a Will 
to Live" 38(1) Wayne Law Rev. (Fall 1991) 249-287. 

34. E.D. McLean, "Living Will Statutes in Light of Cruzan v. 
Director, Missouri Department of Health: Ensuring that a 
Patient's Wishes will Prevail" 40(4) Emory Law J. (1991) 1305- 
1341. 

35. S.A.M. McLean, "Euthanasia - Some Legal Considerations" 16(4) 
Int'l Legal Practitioner (Dec. 1991) 111-115. 

36. R.C. Morgan, T.C. Marks, Jr., and B. Harty-Golder, "The Issue 

of Personal Choice: The Competent Incurable Patient and the 
Right to Commit Suicide?" 57(1) Missouri Law Rev. (Winter 
1992) 1-49. 

37. S.A. Newman, "Euthanasia: Orchestrating 'The Last Syllable 
of...Time'" 53(1) Univ. Pittsburgh Law Rev. (Fall 1991) 153- 
191. 

38. L.G. Pawlson, "Impact of the Cruzan Case on Medical Practice" 
19(1-2) Law, Med. & Health Care (Spring/Summer 1991) 69-72. 

39. E.G. Patterson, "Planning for Health Care Using Living Wills 
and Durable Powers of Attorney: A Guide for the South Carolina 
Attorney" 42(3) South Carolina Law Rev. (Spring 1991) 525-587. 

40. "Physician-Assisted Suicide and the Right to Die with 
Assistance" 105(8) Harvard Law Rev. 2021-2040. 

41. C.A. Roach, "Paradox and Pandora's Box: The Tragedy of Current 
Right-to-Die Jurisprudence" 25(1) Univ. Michigan J. of Law 
Reform (Fall 1991) 133-190. 

42. R.L. Rosnack, "Termination of Life-Sustaining Treatment: The 
Decision-Making Process After Cruzan v. Missouri Department of 
Health " 43(4) Baylor Law Rev. (1991) 841-874. 

43. "Report of the Royal Dutch Society of Medicine on 'Life- 
Terminating Actions with Incompetent Patients, Part I: 
Severely Handicapped Newborns'" 7(3) Issues in Law & Med. 
(1991) 365-367. 

44. S. Shepherd, "Living Wills: Why a Patient's Last Wishes are 
not Always Respected" 34(2) Howard Law J. (1991) 229-241. 


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45. L. Shields Stiefel, "A Time to Live, a Time to Die" 24(3&4) 
Akron Law Rev. (Spring 1991) 699-741. 

46. P.A. Singer, et al., "Advance Directives: Are they an 
Advance?" 11(4) Estates and Trusts J. (1992) 354-370. 

47. G.P. Smith II, "Murder, She Wrote or Was It Merely Selective 
Nontreatment? 8 J. Contemporary Health Law & Policy (Spring 
1992) 49-71. 

48. T. Stacy, "Death, Privacy, and The Free Exercise of Religion" 
77(3) Cornell Law Rev. (March 1992) 490-595. 

49. D. Thalblum, "Persistent Vegetative States and Immortality: If 
this is Technically Life, the Legal Definition of Death Should 
Change" 59(2) Univ. Missouri - Kansas City Law Rev. (1991) 
439-467. 

50. T.A. Tucker Ronzetti, "Constituting Family and Death Through 
the Struggle with State Power: Cruzan v. Director, Missouri 
Department of Health " 46(1) Univ. Miami Law Rev. (1991) 149- 
204. 

51. M.A. Vaccari, "The Inability to Swallow as a Fatal Pathology: 
Comments on the McHugh/O'Rourke Correspondence and the Removal 
of Life-Sustaining Treatment" 7(2) Issues in Law & Med. (1991) 
139-167. 

52. C.K. Van Ess, "Living Wills and Alternatives to Living Wills: 
A Proposal - The Stipreme Trust" 26(2) Valparaiso Univ. Law 
Rev. (1992) 567-593. 

53. R.F. Weir, "The Morality of Physician-Assisted Suicide" 20(1- 
2) Law Med. & Health Care (Spring/Summer 1992) 116-126 

54. F.C. Zischerk, Jr., "Michigan's Proposed Assisted Suicide 
Legislation: Strong Public Policy or Legislative Rhetoric?" 
69(1) Univ. Detroit Mercy Law Rev. (1991) 33-53. 


Right to Die: 1993/94 Supplement 


1. Alldridge, "Let Me Die—My Mother Insists" 142(6579) New L.J. 
(Dec. 4, 1992) 1691-92. 

2. K.L. Beebe, "The Right to Die: Who Really Makes the Decision?" 
96(4) Dickinson L.R. (1992) 649-672. 



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3. L. Bender, "A Feminist Analysis of Physician-Assisted Dying 
and Voluntary Active Euthanasia" 59(3) Tennessee L.R. (1992) 
519-546. 

4. K.S. Berk, "Mercy Killing and the Slayer Rule: Should the 
Legislatures Change Something?" 67(2) Tulane L.R. (1992) 485- 
501. 

5. K. Binding, "Permitting the Destruction of Unworthy Life" 8(2) 
Issues in L. and Med. (1992) 231-265. 

6. K.M. Boozarg, "Death Wish: Resuscitating Self-Determination 
for the Critically Ill" 35(1) Arizona L.R. (1993) 23-85. 

7. T. A. Brennan, "Physicians and Futile Care: Using Ethics 

Committees to Slow the Momentum" 20(4) Law, Medicine and 
Health Care (1992) 336-339. 

8. L. Brilmayer, "Interstate Preemption: The Right to Travel, the 
Right to Life and the Right to Die" 91(5) Michigan L.R. (1993) 
873-906. 

9. D.C. Clark, "'Rational' Suicide and People with Terminal 
Conditions or Disabilities" 8(2) Issues in L. and Med. (1992) 
146-166. 

10. D. Coleman, "Withdrawing Life-Sustaining Treatment from People 
with Severe Disabilities who Request It: Equal Protection 
Considerations" 8(1) Issues in L. and Med. (1992) 55-79. 

11. G.H. Copeland, "Advance Medical Directives in West Virginia, 
Part Two" 94(4) West Virginia L.R. (1992) 901-926. 

12. R. Cranford and L. Gostin, "Futility: A Concept in Search of 
a Definition" 20(4) Law, Med. and Health Care (1992) 307-309. 

13. A. J. Dangelantonio, "Physician-Assisted Suicide: The Legal and 
Practical Contours" 4(1) Risk 55-66. 

14. J.a. DiCamillo, "A Comparative Analysis of the right to Die in 
the Netherlands and the United States after Cruzan : 
Reassessing the Right of Self-Determination" 7(4) Am. Univ. J. 
Int'l L. & Pol. (1992) 807-842. 

15. B.M. Dickens, "The Right to Natural Death" 26 McGill L.J. 
(1981) 847-879. 

16. N.J. Finkel et al., "Competency and Other Constructs in Right 
to Die Cases" 11(2) Behavioral Sciences & L. (1993) 135-150. 



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17. H.C. Gresyl and P.A. Vealsco, "The Cruzan Legacy: Legislative 
and Judicial Responses and Insights for the Future" 24(2) 
Arizona State L.J. 719-801. 

18. E.R. Grant, "Medical Futility: Legal and Ethical Aspects" 
20(4) Law, Med and Health Care (1992) 330-335. 

19. T. Harrey-Paredes, "The Killing Words? How the New Quality- 
of-Life Ethic Affects People with Severe Disabilities" 46(3) 
S.M.U. L. Rev. (1992) 805-840. 

20. L.A. Hawkins, "Living Will Statutes: A Minor Oversight" 78(7) 
Virginia L.R. (1992) 1581-1615. 

21. T. Helme and N. Padfield, "Safeguarding Euthanasia" 142(6570) 
New L.J. (Oct. 2, 1992) 1335-36. 

22. S.S. Herr et al., "No Place to Go: Refusal of Life-Sustaining 
Treatment by Competent Persons with Physical Disabilities" 8 
Issues in L. and Med. (1992) 3-53. 

23. L.R. Hirshman, "The Philosophy of Personal Identity and the 
Life and Death Cases" 68(1) Chicago-Kent L.R. (1992) 91-108. 

24. H. Houghton-James, "The Child's Right to Die" 22 Fam. L. 511- 
574. 

25. H. Jochemson, "Life-Prolonging and Life-Terminating Treatment 

of Severely Handicapped Newborn Babies" 8(2) Issues in L. and 
Med. (1992) 167-181. 

26. S.H. Kadish, "Letting Patients Die: Legal and Moral 
Reflections" 80(4) California L.R. (1992) 857-888. 

27. J. Kevorkian, "Physician-Assisted Suicide: Chronicle of the 
Death of Susan Joyce Williams" 14(2) Am. J. Forensic Psych. 
(1993) 13-27. 

28. Y.J. King-Harris, "Life, Death and the Incompetent Patient: 
Subjective and Objective Standards" 17(2) Southern Univ. L.R. 
(1990) 253-264. 

29. M. Kohl, "Altruistic Humanism and Voluntary Beneficent 
Euthanasia" 8(3) Issues in L. & Med. (1992) 331-359. 

30. G. Korgaonkar and D. Tribe, "Living Wills: Their Legal Status" 
136(38) Solicitor's J. (2 Oct. 1992) 960. 

31. D. Lanham and S. Woodford, "Refusal by Agents of Life- 
Sustaining Medical Treatment" 18(3) Melbourne Univ. L.R. 
(1992) 659-75. 



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32. Manitoba Law Reform Commission, "Self-Determination in Health 
Care" 12(1) Estates & Trusts J. (1992) 49-103. 

33. A.M. Massie, "Withdrawal of Treatment for Minors in a 

Persistent Vegetative State" 35(1) Arizona L.R. (1993) 173- 

218. 

34. S.V. McCrary et al., "Treatment Decisions for Terminally Ill 
Patients" 20(4) L., Med. and Health Care (1992) 364-376. 

35. J. McMahon, "Killing, Letting Die and Withdrawing Aid" 103(2) 
Ethics (1993) 250-279. 

36. A. Meisel, "A Retrospective on Cruzan" 2 0(4) L. , Med. and 
Health Care (1992) 340-353. 

37. S.H. Miles, "Medical Futility" 20(4) L. , Med. & Health Care 
(1992) 310-315. 

38. E.J. O'Brien, "Refusing Life-Sustaining Treatment: Can We Just 
Say No?" 67(3) Notre Dame L.R. (1992) 677-706. 

39. M. Otlowski, "Mercy Killing Cases in the Australian Criminal 
Justice System" 17(1) Criminal L.J- (1993) 10-39. 

40. R.J. Paterson, "Life Support Withdrawal: Who Speaks for the 
Patient?" 15(2) New Zealand U. L.R. (1992) 213-217. 

41. J.D. Patterson, "The Proxy Puzzle and the Durable Power of 
Attorney for Health Care Act" 57(3) Missouri L.R. (1992) 935- 
953 . 

42. J. Persels, "Forcing the Issue of Physician-Assisted Suicide" 
14(1) J. of Leg. Med. (1993) 93-124. 

43. P.G. Peters et al., "Physician Willingness to Withhold 
Tubefeeding after Cruzan : An Empirical Study" 57(3) Missouri 
L.R. (1992_ 831-848. 

44. P.J. Prygoski, "Abortion and the Right to Die: Judicial 
Imposition of a Theory of Life" 23(1) Seton Hall L.R. (1992) 
67-120. 

45. S. Pye, "Guardianship of Jane Doe" XXVI (3) Suffolk Univ. L.R. 
(1992) 716-726. 

46. E. Rakowski, "Taking and Saving Lives" 93(5) Columbia L.R. 
(1993) 1063-1156. 

J. Reno, "A Little Help from My Friends: The Legal Status of 
Assisted Suicide" 25(4) Creighton L.R. (1992) 1151-1183. 


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48. R.L. Risley, "Voluntary Active Euthanasia: The Next Frontier" 
8(3) Issues in L. and Med. (1992) 361-374. 

49. T. Rivosecchi, "Medical Self-Determination: A Call for 
Uniformity" 31(1) Duquesne L.R. (1992) 87-110. 

50. D.R. Schanker, "Of Suicide Machines, Euthanasia Legislation 

and the Health Care Crisis" 68(3) Indiana L.J. (1993) 997- 

1010 . 

51. C.M. Sheafor, "Missouri Health Care Durable Power of Attorney" 
70(3) Washington Univ. L.R. (1992) 973-986. 

52. J.G. Sherman, "Mercy Killing and the Right to Inherit" 61(3) 
Univ. Cincinnati L.R. (1993) 803-876. 

53. C.K. Smith, "What about Legalized Assisted Suicide?"8(4) 
Issues in L. & Med. (1993) 503-532. 

54. B. Tillman, "Exercising the Right to Die" N.C. L.R. (1992) 
2108-2124. 

55. D. Tribe and G. Korgaonkar, "Withdrawal of Medical Treatment" 
136(46) Solicitors J. (27 Nov. 1992) 1192. 

56. P. Wesley, "Dying Safely" 8(4) Issues in L. & Med. (1993) 
467-502. 

57. J.A. Zina., "Assisted Suicide: Society's Response to a Plea 
for Relief or a Simple Solution to the Cries of the Needy?" 
23(2) Rutgers L.J. (1992) 387-408. 


Right to Die: 1994/95 Supplement 


1. Steven I. Addlestone, "Liability for Improper Maintenance of 
Life Support: Balancing Patient and Physician Autonomy" 46(5) 
Vanderbilt L.R. (1993) 1255-1281. 

2. Daniel Avila, "Saying No to Life: Reflections on Death and 
Justice" 9(3) Issues in L. & Med. (1993) 227-254. 



Catherine L. Bjorck, "Physician-Assisted Suicide: Whose Life 
Is It Anyway?" 47(2) SMU L.Rev. (1994) 371-397. 

Jocelyn Downie, "Voluntary Euthanasia in Canada" 14(1) Health 
L. in Canada (1993) 13-30. 


5. Richard Fenigsen, "The Netherlands: New Regulations Concerning 
Euthanasia" 9(2) Issues in L. & Med. (1993) 167-173. 



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6. Michael R. Flick, "The Due Process of Dying" 79(4) California 

L.R. (1991) 1121-1167. 

7. Kirkland Alan Fulk, "Euthanasia, The Gentle Death: A Legal and 
Ethical Prospectus on the Right to Die" 35(2) The Catholic 
Lawyer (1993) 145-168. 

8. Eugenie Anne Gifford, " Artes Moriendi : Active Euthanasia and 
the Art of Dying" 40(6) UCLA L.Rev. (1993) 1545-1585. 

9. Lawrence 0. Gostin, "Drawing a Line Between Killing and 
Letting Die: The Law, and Law Reform on Medically Assisted 
Dying," 21 J. of Law, Med. & Ethics (1993) 94-101. 

10. Steven J. Heyman, "Foundations of the Duty to Rescue" 47(3) 
Vanderbilt L.R. (1994) 673-755. 

11. Jennifer J. Hoehne, "Physician Responsibility and the Right to 
'Death Care': The Call for Physician-Assisted Suicide" 42(1) 
Drake L.R. (1993) 225-253. 

12. Ute Angelique Joas, "Physician-Assisted Lethal Injection vs. 
the Plastic Bag: Will Euthanasia Legislation Ever Come? A 
Comparison of Standards in the Netherlands and the United 
States." 6(2) Temple Int'l & Comp. L.J. (1992) 365-401. 

13. Marshall B. Kapp, "'Ageism 7 and Right to Die Litigation" 13(1- 
2) Med. & L. (1994) 69-77. 

14. James Lindgren, "Death by Default" 56(3) L. & Contemporary 
Problems (1993) 185-254. 

15. Susan Machler, "People with Pipes: A Question of Euthanasia" 
16(2) U. Puget Sound L.R. (1993) 781-832. 

16. Daniel Maier-Katkin and Robbin Ogle, "A Rationale for 
Infanticide Laws" Criminal L.R. (December 1993) 903-914. 

17. Danuta Mendelson, "Medico-Legal Aspects of the 'Right to Die 7 
Legislation in Australia"19(1) Melbourne U. L.R. (1993) 112- 
152 . 

18. Russel Ogden, "The Right to Die: A Policy Proposal for 
Euthanasia and Aid in Dying" XX(1) Can. Public Policy (1994) 
1-25. 

19. Willard H. Pedrick, "Dignified Death and the Law of Torts" 
28(2) San Diego L.R. (1991) 387-400. 

Julia Pugliese, "Don't Ask—Don't Tell: The Secret Practice of 
Physician-Assisted Suicide" 44(6) Hastings L.J.(1993) 1291- 

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21. Michael J. Roth, "A Failed Statute, Geoffrey Feiger and the 
Phrenetic Physician: Physician-Assisted Suicide in Michigan 
and a Patient-Oriented Alternative" 28(4) Valparaiso U.L.R. 
(1994) 1415-1464. 

22. Margaret 0. Somerville, "The Song of Death: The Lyrics of 

Euthanasia" 9 J. Contemp. Health L. & Policy (1993) 1-76 

(reprint). 

23. Paul C. Sorum, "Limiting Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation" 57(3) 
Albany L.R. (1994) 617-647. 


Right to Die: 1995/96 Supplement 

1. D. Avila, "Medical Treatment Rights of Older Persons and 
Persons with Disabilities: 1993-94 Developments" 10(4) Issues 
in law & Medicine (1995) 385-400. 

2. T.J. Burch, "Incubator or Individual?: The Legal and Policy 
Deficiences of Pregnancy Clauses in Living Will and Advance 
Health Care Directive Statutes" 54 Colloquium: Gender, Law & 
Health Care (1995) 528-70. 

3. M.E. Chopko & M.F. Moses, "Assisted Suicide: Still a Wonderful 
Life?" 70(3) Notre Dame Law Rev. (1995) 519-80. 

4. J.K. Cipriani, "The Limits of the Autonomy Principle: Refusal 
of Life-Sustaining Medical Treatment for Incompetent Persons" 
22(3) Hofstra Law Rev (1994) 703-28. 

5. D. Collins & R. Collins, "Prescribing limits to life¬ 
prolonging treatment" N. Zealand L.J. (July 1994) 246-251. 

6. S.I. Davidson, "But, Why do we shoot horses?: An Analysis of 
the right to die and euthanasia" XII (1) N.Y. Law School J. 
Human Rights (1994) 115-61. 

7. R.A. Destro, "The Scope of the Fourteenth Amendment Liberty 
Interest: Does the Constitution Encompass a Right to Define 
Oneself Out of Existence? An Exchange of Views with John A. 
Powell, Legal Director, American Civil Liberties Union" 10(2) 
Issues in Law & Medicine (1994) 183-222. 

8. P.J. Downey, "Euthanasia: Life Death and the Law" New Zealand 
L.J. (March 1995) 88-94. 

9. I. Dundas, "Case Comment: Rodriguez and Assisted Suicide in 
Canada" 32(4) Alberta Law Rev. (1994) 811-24. 

10. J.M. Gilmour, "Withholding and Withdrawing Life Support from 
Adults at Common Law" 31(3) Osgoode Hall L.J. (1994) 473-541. 



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11. K.E. Goldmeier, "The Right to Refuse Life-Sustaining Medical 
Treatment: National Trends and Recent Changes in Maryland Law" 
53 Maryland Law Rev. (1994) 1306-43. 

12. J. Griffiths, "Assisted Suicide in the Netherlands: The Chabot 
Case" 58(2) Modern Law Rev. (1995) 232-48. 

13. H. Hendin, "Seduced by Death: Doctors, Patients, and the Dutch 
Cure" 10(2) Issues in Law & Medicine (1994) 123-68. 

14. A. Jackman, "'Solutions in Sciences Outside of the Law?': 

Rodriguez v. British Columbia (A.G.) " 17(1) Dalhousie L.J. 

(1994) 206-21. 

15. S.H. Johnson, "The Changing Nature of the Bioethics Movement" 
53(4) Maryland Law Rev. (1994) 1051-63. 

16. S.F. Kreimer, "Does Pro-Choice Mean Pro-Kevorkian? An Essay on 
Roe, Casey , and the Right to Die" 44(3) American Univ. Law 
Rev. (1995) 803-54. 

17. M.M. McQueen & J.L. Walsh, "The House of Lords and the 
Discontinuation of Artificial Nutrition and Hydration: An 
Ethical Analysis of the Tony Bland Case" 35(4) Catholic Lawyer 
(1994) 363-79. 

18. S.L. Mikochik, "When Life Becomes Optional: A Comment on Kevin 
O'Rourke's Approach to Forgoing Life Support" 10(3) Issues in 
Law & Medicine (1994) 343-51. 

19. D. Morgan, "Odysseus and the binding directive: only a 
cautionary tale?" 14(3) Legal Studies 411-42. 

20. G.S. Neeley, "Chaos in the 'Laboratory' of the States: The 
Mounting of Urgency in the Call for Judicial Recognition of a 
Constitutional Right to Self-Directed Death" 26(1) U. Toledo 
Law Rev. (1994) 81-108. 

21. D. Orentlicher, "The Limitations of Legislation" 53 Maryland 
Law Rev. (1994) 1255-1305. 

22. N.J. Osgood & S.A. Eisenhandler, "Gender and Assisted and 
Acquiescent Suicide: A Suicidiologist's Perspective" 9(4) 
Issues in Law & Medicine (1994) 361-74. 

23. M. Otlowski, "Active Voluntary Euthanasia: Options for Reform" 
2(2) Medical Law Rev. (1994) 161-205. 

S.A. Padmore, "California's Limits on the Right to Refuse Life 
Saving Treatment - 'No Holds Barred?' Thor v. Superior Court " 
46 Washington Univ. J. Urban & Contemporary Law (1994) 369-80. 


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25. J.A. Powell & A.S. Cohen, "The Right to Die" 10(2) Issues in 
Law & Medicine (1994) 169-82. 

26. T.D. Robichaud, "Toward a More Perfect Union: A Federal Cause 
of Action for Physician Aid-in-Dying" 27(2) U. Michigan J.L. 
Reform (1994) 521-64. 

27. A. C. Snyder, "Competency to Refuse Lifesaving Treatment: 
Valuing the Nonlogical Aspects of a Person's Decisions" 10(3) 
Issues in Law & Medicine (1994) 299-320. 

28. M.A. Somerville, "'Death Talk' in Canada: The Rodriguez Case" 
39(3) McGill L.J. (1994) 602-17. 

29. L.M. Tarantino, "Withdrawal of Life Support: Conflict Among 
Patient Wishes, Family Physicians, Courts and Statutes, and 
the Law" 42(2) Buffalo Law Rev. (1994) 623-52. 

30. R. Tobin, "The Incompetent Patient's Right to Die: time for 
legislation allowing advance directives?" I New Zealand Recent 
Law Rev. (1993) 103-21. 

31. W.N. Weigand, "Has the Time Come for Doctor Death: Should 

Physician-Assisted Suicide be Legalized?" 7(2) J. Law & Health 
(1992-93) 321-50. 

32. W. Wilson, "Is life sacred?" 17(2) J. Social Welfare & Family 
Law (1995) 131-48. 


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V. MENTAL HEALTH 

1. J.K. Cornwell, "CRIPA: The Failure of Federal Intervention for 
Mentally Retarded People" 97 Yale Law J. (1988) 845-862. 

2. R. Lee and D. Morgan, "Sterilization and Mental Handicap: 
Sapping the Strength of the State?" 15(3) J. of Law & Society 
229-246. 

3. D.L. Moomaw, "The Mentally Disabled in the Institution and the 
Community: An Overview of the Difficulties of Psychiatric 
Care" 92 Dickinson Law Rev. (1988) 947-979. 

4. K.P. Quinn, "The Best Interests of Incompetent Patients: The 
Capacity for Interpersonal Relationships as a Standard for 
Decisionmaking" 76(4) Calif. Law Rev. 897-937. 


Mental Health; 1989/90 Supplement 

1. D. Anderson, et al., "Current Status of the Mental State 
Defense in California" 10 American J. Forensic Psychiatry 
(1989) 35-39. 

2. J.B. Ashford, "Offence Comparisons Between Mentally Disordered 
and Non-Mentally Disordered Inmates" 31 Can. J. of Criminology 
(1989) 35-48. 

3. M. Aubrey, "Characteristics of Competency Referral Defendants 
and Non-referred Criminal Defendants" 16 J. Psychiatry & Law 
(Summer 1988) 233-245. 

4. P. Bean and P. Mounser, "Community Care and the Discharge of 
Patients from Mental Hospitals" 17(2) Law, Med. & Health Care 
(1989) 166-173. 

5. M. Chesney-Lind, "Girls' Crime and Woman's Place: Toward a 
Feminist Model of Female Delinquency" in Jill Rosenbaum, Women 
& Crime 35 Crime & Delinquency (1989) 3-44. 

6. E. Wright Clayton, "From Rogers to Rivers: The Rights of the 
Mentally Ill to Refuse Medication" 13(1) Amer. J. of Law & 
Med. (1987) 7-52. 

7. P. Fennell, "Sexual Suppressants and the Mental Health Act" 
Crim. Law Rev. (Oct. 1988) 660-676. 

8. M. Fisher, "Guardianship Under the Mental Health Legislation: 
a Review" 5 J. of Social Welfare Law (1988) 315-327. 






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9. R. Gordon and S. Verdun-Jones, "The Trials of Mental Health 
Law: Recent Trends and Developments in Canadian Mental Health 
Jurisprudence" 11 Dalhousie Law J. 833-863. 

10. H. Kaplan, "Bystander Recovery: A Policy Oriented Approach" 32 
N.Y. Law School Law Rev. (1987) 877-902. 

11. J. Kayser-Jones and M. Kapp, "Advocacy for the Mentally 
Impaired Elderly: A Case Study Analysis" 14(4) American J. of 
Law & Med. (1989) 353-376. 

12. D. Marlowe, "Negligent Infliction of Mental Distress: A 
Jurisdictional Survey of Existing Limitation Devices and 
Proposal Based on an Analysis of Objective Versus Subjective 
Indices of Distress" 33 Villanova Law Rev. (1988) 781-833. 

13. Hon. G. A. Martin, "The Insanity Defence" 10 Crim. Lawyers' 
Assoc. J. Newsletter (1989) 11-22. 

14. K. McBride, "The Continuing Problems with the Use of Hypnosis 
in Light of Rock v. Arkansas " 9 Hamline J. of Public Law and 
Policy (1989) 319-341. 

15. R. O'Brien, "Pedophilia: The Legal Predicament of Clergy" 4 J. 
of Contemporary Health Law and Policy (1988) 91-154. 

16. J. Parry, "Selected Recommendations from the National 
Guardship Symposium at Wingspread" 12 Mental and Physical 
Disability Law Rev. (Oct.-Nov. 1988) 398-406. 

17. J. Rosenbaum, "Family Dysfunction and Female Delinquency" in 
J. Rosenbaum, Women & Crime 35 Crime & Delinquency (1989) 3- 
44 . 

18. R. Simon, "Silent Suicide in the Elderly" 17 Bulletin of the 
Amer. Acad, of Psychiatry and Law (1989) 83-95. 

19. H. Toch and K. Adams, "The Prison as Dumping Ground: 
Mainlining Disturbed Offenders" J. of Psychiatry & Law (Winter 
1987) 539-353. 

20. P. Werner, "Terminating the Rights of Mentally Retarded 
Parents: Severing the Ties that Bind" 22 John Marshall Law 
Rev. (1988) 133-154. 


Mental Health; 1990/91 Supplement 

M. Baran, "Postpartum Psychosis: A Psychiatric Illness, A 
Legal Defense to Murder, or Both?" 10(1) Hamline J. Public Law 
and Policy 121-139. 


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2. P.T. Bean and P. Mounser, "Community Care and the Discharge of 
Patients from Mental Hospitals" 17(2) Law, Med. & Health Care 
(1989) 166-173. 

3. K.J. Bentley, "Major Legal and Ethical Issues in Behavioural 
Treatment: Focus on Institutionalized Mental Patients" 5(3) 
Behav. Sciences & the Law (1987 359-372.. 

4. S.J. Brakel, "Legal Schizophrenia and the Mental Health 
Lawyer: Recent Trends in Civil Commitment Litigation" 6(1) 
Behav. Sciences & the Law (1988) 3-14. 

5. D.J. Clarke, "Antilibidinal Drugs and Mental Retardation: A 
Review" 29(2) Med. Sci. Law (1989) 136-146. 

6. M.I. Cohen, et al., "Predicting Outcome of Insanity Acquittees 
Released to the Community" 6(4) Behav. Sciences & the Law 
(1988) 515-530. 

7. E. Dwyer, "Civil Commitment Laws in Nineteenth-Century New 
York" 6(1) Behav. Sciences & the Law (1988) 79-98. 

8. C.P. Ewing, "Diagnosing and Treating 'Insanity' on Death Row: 
Legal and Ethical Perspectives" 5(2) Behav. Sciences & the Law 
(1987) 175-185. 

9. P. Fenwick, "Somnambulism and the Law" 5(3) Behav. Sciences & 
the Law (1987) 343-357. 

10. G. Ferguson, "A Critique of Proposals to Reform the Insanity 
Defence" 14(1) Queen's Law J. (1989) 135-151. 

11. P.L. Fetzer, "Execution of the Mentally Retarded: A Punishment 

Without Justification" 40 So. Carolina Law Rev. (1989) 419- 

447. 

12. W.L. Fitch, et al., "Legal Ethics and the Use of Mental Health 

Experts in Criminal Cases" 5(2) Behav. Sciences & the Law 
(1987) 105-117. 

13. J.G. Haber, "The Freedom to_ be Psychotic?" 2(2) J. Law & 
Health (1987/88) 157-171. 

14. R.L. Hayman, Jr., "Presumptions of Justice: Law, Politics, and 
the Mentally Retarded Parent" 103(6) Harvard Law Rev. (1990) 
1201-1271. 

15. K.S. Heilbrum, "The Assessment of Competency for Execution: An 
Overview" 5(4) Behav. Sciences & the Law (1987) 383-396. 

V.A. Hiday, "Civil Commitment: A Review of Empirical Research" 
6(1) Behav. Sciences & the Law (1988) 15-43. 


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17. A. Hull, "The Mentally Ill's Right to Refuse Drug Treatment: 
A Panacea or a Bitter Pill to Swallow?" 29(1) Washburn Law J. 
(1989) 62-105. 

18. J. Kayser-Jones and M.B. Kapp, "Advocacy for the Mentally 
Impaired Elderly: A Case Study Analysis" 14(4) Amer. J. Law 
and Med. (1989) 353-376. 

19. M.D. Kopelman, "Crime and Amnesia: A Review" 5(3) Behav. 
Sciences & the Law (1987) 323-342. 

20. W.A. Krais, "The Incompetent Developmentally Disabled Person's 
Right of Self-Determination: Right-to-Die, Sterilization and 
Institutionalization" 15(2-3) Amer. J. Law and Med. (1989) 
333-361. 

21. M.K. Krasik, "The Lights of Science and Experience: Historical 
Perspectives on Legal Attitudes Toward the Role of Medical 
Expertise in Guardianship of the Elderly" 33(3) Amer. J. Legal 
History (1989) 201-240. 

22. H.R. Lamb, "Involuntary Treatment for the Homeless Mentally 
Ill" 4(2) Notre Dame J. of Law, Ethics and Public Policy 
(1989) 269-280. 

23. C. A. Lewis, "The Soviet Psychiatric Assistance Statute of 
1988: An Uncertain Prognosis" 4(3) Amer. Univ. J. Int'l Law & 
Policy (1989) 617-653. 

24. R.D. Miller, "Outpatient Civil Commitment of the Mentally Ill: 
An Overview and an Update" 6(1) Behav. Sciences & the Law 
(1988) 99-118. 

25. D. Mossman, "Assessing and Restoring Competency to be 

Executed: Should Psychiatrists Participate?" 5(4) Behav. 

Sciences & the Law (1987) 397-409. 

26. K. Norrie, "Sterilisation of the Mentally Disabled in English 
and Canadian Law" 38 Int'l & Comp. Law Quarterly (1989) 387- 
395. 

27. S.M. Pueschel, "Ethical Considerations in the Life of a Child 
with Down Syndrome" 5(1) Issues in Law & Med. (1989) 87-99. 

28. E.F. Reed, "Legal Rights of Mentally Retarded Offenders: 
Hospice and Habilitation" Crim. Law Bulletin (Sept/Oct 1989) 
411-443. 

J. Shaw, "Sterilisation of Mentally Handicapped People: 
Judges Rule OK?" 53(1) Modern Law Rev. (1990) 91-106. 


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30. S.R. Smith, "Mental Health Expert Witnesses: Of Science and 
Crystal Balls" 7(2) Behav. Sciences & the Law (1989) 145-180. 

31. J. Strobos, "The Constitution and the Rights of the Mentally 
Ill: An Analysis and Proposal" 10(4) J. Legal Med. (1989) 661- 
702. 

32. S.A. Turner, "Parham v. J.R.: Civil Psychiatric Commitment of 
Minors" 5 J. Contemp. Health Law & Policy (1989) 263-280. 

33. L.T. White, "The Mental Illness Defense in the Capital Penalty 
Hearing" 5(4) Behav. Sciences & the Law (1987) 411-421. 

34. B.J. Winick, "The Right to Refuse Mental Health Treatment: A 
First Amendment Perspective" 44(1) Univ. Miami Law Rev. (1989) 
1-103. 

35. C.M. Worrell, "Psychiatric Prediction of Dangerousness in 
Capital Sentencing: The Quest for Innocent Authority" 5(4) 
Behav. Sciences & the Law (1989) 433-446. 

36. J. Wyda and B. Black, "Psychiatric Predictions and the Death 
Penalty: An Unconscious Sword for the Prosecution but a 
Constitutional Shield for the Defense" 7(4) Behav. Sciences & 
the Law (1987) 505-519. 


Mental Health: 1991/92 Supplement 

1. M.K. Bachand, "Antipsychotic Drugs and the Incompetent 

Defendant: A Perspective on the Treatment and Prosecution of 
Incompetent Defendants" 47(4) Washington & Lee Law Rev. (1990) 
1059-1084. 

2. J.O. Beahrs, "Legal Duties of Psychiatric Patients" 18(2) 

Bulletin Amer. Acad. Psychiatry & Law (1990) 189-202. 

3. C. Bleil, "Evidence of Syndromes: No Need for a 'Better 
Mousetrap'" So. Texas Law Rev. (1990) 37-76. 

4. R.J. Bonnie, "The Competence of Criminal Defendants with 

Mental Retardation to Participate in Their Own Defense" 81(3) 
J. Crim. Law & Criminology (1990) 419-446. 

5. F. Boudreau, "Partnership as a New Strategy in Mental Health 
Policy: The Case of Quebec," 16 J. Health Politics, Policy and 
Law (1991) 307-333. 

6. A.D. Brusca, "Postpartum Psychosis: A Way Out for Murderous 
Moms?" 18(4) Hofstra Law Rev. (1990) 1133-1170. 



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7. J. Ciccone, J.F. Tokoli, C.D. Clements and T.E. Gift, "Right 
to Refuse Treatment: Impact of Rivers v. Katz " 18(2) Bulletin 
Amer. Acad. Psychiatry & Law (1990) 203-215. 

8. B. Domb, "A New Twist in the War on Drugs: The Constitutional 
Right of a Mentally Ill Criminal Defendant to Refuse 
Antipsychotic Medication That Would Make Him Competent to 
Stand Trial" 4(2) J. Law & Health (1989-90) 273-306. 

9. J. Floyd, "The Administration of Psychotropic Drugs to 
Prisoners: State of the Law and Beyond" 78(5) Calif. Law Rev. 
(1990) 1243-1285. 

10. C. A. Gardner, "Postpartum Depression Defense: Are Mothers 
Getting Away with Murder" 24(3) New England Law Rev. (1990) 
953-989. 

11. S. Gardner, "Necessity's Newest Inventions" 11(1) Oxford J. 
Legal Studies (1991) 125-135. 

12. J.L. Grossman, "Postpartum Psychosis — A Defense to Criminal 
Responsibility or Just Another Gimmick?" 67(2) Univ. Detroit 
Law Rev. (1990) 311-344. 

13. T.W. Harding, "The Application of the European Convention of 
Human Rights to the Field of Psychiatry" 9(4) Med. & Law 
(1990) 1078-1098. 

14. G. Christian Harris, "Pseudotherapies and Abuse of Forensic 
Patients" 11(4) Amer. J. Forensic Psychiatry (1990) 53-62. 

15. E.D. Kinney, "Legal and Ethical Issues in Mental Health Care 
Delivery: Does Corporate Form Make a Difference?" 28(1) 
Houston Law Rev. (1991) 175-208. 

16. R.B. Lacoursiere, "Forensic Psychiatry: Less Typical 

Applications" 30(1) Washburn Law J. (1990) 29-40. 

17. J.Q. La Fond, "U.S. Mental Health Law and Policy: Future 
Trends Affecting Forensic Psychiatrists" 11(4) Amer. J. 
Forensic Psychiatry (1990) 5-43. 

18. J. Marcus, "In re Romero: Sterilization and Competency" 68(1) 
Denver Univ. Law Rev. (1991) 105-118. 

19. J.M. Mega, "Negligent Infliction of Emotional Distress: 
Confusion in New York and A Proposed Standard" 56(1) Brooklyn 
Law Rev. (1990) 379-408. 

A.L. Merritt, "Damages for Emotional Distress in Fraud 
Litigation: Dignitary Torts in A Commercial Society" 42(1) 
Vanderbilt Law Rev. (1989) 1-38. 


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21. B. Millstein, L. Rubenstein and R. Cyr, "The Americans With 
Disabilities Act: A Breathtaking Promise for People with 
Mental Disabilities," 24 Clearinghouse Rev. (1991) 1240-1265. 

22. J.A. Osborne, "Perspectives on Premenstrual Syndrome: Women 
Law and Medicine" 8(1) Can. J. Family Law (1989) 165-184. 

23. J.W. Parry and J.C. Beck, "Revisiting the Civil 
Commitment/Involuntary Treatment Stalemate Using Limited 
Guardianship, Substituted Judgment and Different Due Process 
Considerations: A Work in Progress" 14(2) Mental & Physical 
Disability Law Rev. (March-Apr. 1990) 102-114. 

24. D.P.T. Price, "Comparative Approaches to the Nonconsensual 
Sterilization of the Mentally Retarded" 9(3) Med. & Law (1990) 
940-949. 

25. H. Prins, "Mental Abnormality and Criminality — An Uncertain 
Relationship" 30(3) Med. Sci. Law (1990) 247-258. 

26. J.L. Ropiequet, "Emotional Distress Claims in Medical 
Malpractice Cases" 11(1) J. Legal Med. (1990) 59-91. 

27. D.W. Shuman, "Symposium: Mental Health in the 1990s" 28(1) 
Houston Law Rev. (1991) 1-13. 

28. L.M. Thompson, "Soviet Straitjacket Psychiatry: New 

Legislation to End the Psychiatric Reign of Terror in the 
U.S.S.R." 16(2) Syracuse J. Int'l Law & Commerce (1990) 271- 
291. 

29. G.W. VanDeWeghe, "California Continues to Struggle with 
Bystander Claims for the Negligent Infliction of Emotional 
Distress: Thing v. La Chusa" 24(1) Loyola Law Rev. (1990) 89- 
113. 

30. L. Wang, A.M. Burns and P.A. Hommel, "Trends in Guardianship 

Reform: Roles and Responsibilities of Legal Advocates" 

Clearinghouse Rev. (Oct. 1990) 561-569. 

31. T. Zabow, "Psychiatric Evidence in Extenuation: Assessment and 
Testimony in Homicide Defendants" 8(6) Med. & Law (1989) 631- 
639. 


Mental Health: 1992/93 Supplement 

J. Blackwood, "Sterilisation of the Intellectually Disabled: 
The Need for Legislative Reform" 5(2) Australian J. of Family 
Law 138-170. 


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2. S.J. Brakel and J.M. Davis, "Taking Harms Seriously: 
Involuntary Mental Patients and the Right to Refuse Treatment" 
25(2) Indiana Law Rev. (1991) 429-473. 

3. J. Brian, "The Right to Refuse Antipsychotic Drug Treatment 
and the Supreme Court: Washington v. Harper 40(1) Buffalo Law 
Rev. (1992) 251-282. 

4. N.L. Cantor, "Prospective Autonomy: On the Limits of Shaping 
One's Postcompetence Medical Fate" 8 J. of Contemporary Health 
Law & Policy (Spring 1992) 13-48, 

5. B.M. Dickens, "Substitute Consent to Participation of Persons 
with Alzheimer's Disease in Medical Research: Legal Issues" in 
J.M. Berg et al., eds., Alzheimer's Disease Research: Ethical 
and Legal Issues (1991) 60-75. 

6. D.L. Dippel, "Someone to Watch Over Me: Medical Decision- 
Making for Hopelessly Ill Incompetent Adult Patients 24(3&4) 
Akron Law Rev. (Spring 1991) 639-680. 

7. J. Goldhar, "The Sterilization of Women with an Intellectual 
Disability" 10(2) Univ. Tasmania Law Rev. (1991) 157-196. 

8. I. Grant, "Mental Health Law and the Courts" 29(4) Osgoode 
Hall Law J. (1991) 747-790. 

9. E.V. Ludwig, "The Mentally Ill Homeless: Evolving Involuntary 
Commitment Issues" 36(5) Villanova Law Rev. (1991) 1085-1111. 

10. J.L. McGaugh, "Enhancing Cognitive Performance" 65(1) Southern 
Calif. Law Rev. (1991) 383-395. 

11. R.D. Miller, "Hidden Agendas at the Law-Psychiatry Interface" 
J. of Psychiatry & Law (Spring/Summer 1990) 35-58. 

12. J.R. Murphy, "Older Clients of Questionable Competency: Making 
Accurate Competency Determinations Through the Utilization of 
Medical Professionals" 4 Georgetown J. of Legal Ethics (1991) 
899-918. 

13. A.L. Nelson, "Postpartum Psychosis: A New Defense?" 95(3) 
Dickinson Law Rev. (Spring 1991) 625-650. 

14. F.G. Rubenstein, "Committing Crimes While Experiencing a True 
Dissociative State: The Multiple Personality Defense and 
Appropriate Criminal Responsibility" 38(1) Wayne Law Rev. 
(1991) 353-381. 

E.R. Saks, "Multiple Personality Disorder and Criminal 
Responsibility" 25(2) Univ. of Calif. Davis Law Rev. (1992) 
383-461. 


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16. S.N. Verdun-Jones, "Tightening the Reins: Recent Trend in the 
Application of the Insanity Defence in Canada" 10(3) Med. & 
Law (1991) 285-304. 

17. D. Waring, "Use of Restraints in Ontario Psychiatric 
Hospitals" 7 J. of Law and Social Policy (1991) 251-283. 

18. D.B. Wexler and B.J. Winick, "Therapeutic Jurisprudence and 
Criminal Justice Mental Health Issues" 16(2) Mental & Physical 
Disability Law Rev. (Mar-Apr 1992) 225-231. 

19. D.B. Wexler and B.J. Winick, "Therapeutic Jurisprudence as a 
New Approach to Mental Health Law Policy Analysis and 
Research" 45(5) Univ. Miami Law Rev. (May 1991) 979-1004. 


Mental Health: 1993/94 Supplement 

1. J. Baumoel, "The Beginning of the End for the Psychotherapist- 
-Patient Privilege" 60(3) U. Cincinnati L.R. (1992) 799-826. 

2. J.O. Beakes and J.L. Rogers, "Appropriate Short-Term Risk in 
Psychiatry and the Law" 21(1) Bulletin Am. Acad. Psych. L. 
(1993) 53-67. 

3. D.N. Bersoff, "Judicial Deference to Nonlegal Decision-makers: 
Imposing Simplistic Solutions on Problems of Cognitive 
Complexity in Mental Disability Law" 46 S.M.U. L. Rev. (1992) 
329-372. 

4. J. Blackwood, "Sexuality and the Disabled: Legal Issues" 11(2) 
U. Tasmania L.R. (1992) 182-190. 

5. M. Bryan, "Two Cheers for Welfare: The Marion Case and 

Sterilization in Australia" 5(1) J. of Child L. (1993) 40-42. 

6. R. Bystrynski, " Riggins v. Nevada : Toward a Standard for 

Medicating the Incompetent Defendant to Competence" 71(4) N.C. 
L.R. (1993) 1206-1226. 

7. P.V. Calandrella, "Safe Haven for a Troubled Tort: A Return to 
the Zone of Danger for the Negligent Infliction of Emotional 
Distress" XXVI(9) Suffolk Univ. L.R. (1992) 79-105. 

8. D.E. Cichon, "The Right to 'Just Say No': A History and 

Analysis of the Right to Refuse Antipsychotic Drugs" 5(2) 
Louisiana L.R. (1992) 283-426. 

9. D. Crump, "Evaluating Independent Torts Based Upon 

'Intentional' or 'Negligent' Infliction of Emotional Distress" 
34(3) Arizona L.R. (1992) 439-508. 




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10. E.A. Cunningham, "Negligent Infliction of Emotional Distress 
in Air Crash Cases: A New Flight Path?" 70(3) Washington U. 

L. R. (1992) 935-957. 

11. M. Davie, "Negligently Inflicted Psychiatric Illness: The 
Hillsborough Case in the House of Lords" 43(3) Northern 
Ireland L.Q. (1992) 237-261. 

12. S.D. Marrs, "Mind Over Body: Trends Regarding the Physical 
Injury Requirements in Negligent Infliction of Emotional 
Distress and 'Fear of Disease' Cases" XXVIII(1) Tort & 
Insurance L.J. (1992) 1-39. 

13. G. Perrin, "Artificial Legal Standards in Mental/Emotional 
Injury Litigation" 11(2) Behavioral Sciences & L. 193-203. 

14. D. Pilcher, " Hammond v. Central Lane Communications Centre : 
Oregon Rejects Negligent Infliction of Severe Emotional 
Distress Through the Back-Door Policymaking of Judicial 
Restraint" 71(1) Oregon L.R. (1992) 219-231. 

15. D.L. Rosenhan et al., "Warning Third Parties: The Ripple 
Effects of Tarasoff" 24 Pacific L. J. (1993) 1165-1232. 

16. R.F. Schopp, "Therapeutic Jurisprudence and Conflicts Among 
Values in Mental Health Law" 11(1) Behavioral Sciences & L. 
(1993) 31-45. 

17. B. Shagan, " Washington v. Harper : Forced Medication and 

Substantive Due Process" 25(1) Connecticut L.R. (1992) 265- 

297. 

18. R. Slovenko, "The Hospitalization of the Mentally Ill 
Revisited" 24(3) Pac. L.J. (1993) 1107-1123. 

19. A.A. Stone, "Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder and the Law" 21(1) 
Bull. Am. Acad. Psych. L. (1993) 23-36. 

20. T. Szasy, "Psychiatry and the Denial of Evil" 24(3) Pac. L.J. 
(1993) 1103-1106. 

21. K.B. Tavolaro, "Preventative Outpatient Civil Commitment and 
the Right to Refuse Treatment" 11(3/4) Med. & L. (1992) 249- 
267. 

22. H. Teff, "The Hillsborough Football Disaster and Claims for 
'Nervous Shock'" 32(3) Med., Science & L. (1992) 251-254. 

M. G. Wachenfeld, "The Human Rights of the Mentally Ill in 
Europe" Nordic J. of Int'l L. 109-292. 


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24. N. Wolf, M The Ethical Dilemmas Faced by Attorneys Representing 
the Mentally Ill in Civil Commitment Proceedings" VI (1) 
Georgetown J. Leg. Ethics (1992) 163-185. 

25. M.L. Wolven, "A Psychotherapist's Duty to Protect" 25(4) 
Creighton L.R. (1992) 1461-1498. 


Mental Health: 1994/95 Supplement 

1. Susan Busby-Mott, "The Trend Towards Enlightenment: Health 
Care Decisionmaking in Lawrance and Doe 25(4) Connecticut 
L.R.(1993) 1159-1225. 

2. David Carson, "Disabling Progress: The Law Commission's 
Proposals on Mentally Incapacitated Adults' Decision-making" 
5 J. Soc. Wlfare & Fam. L. (1993) 304-320. 

3. Sharon Carton, "The Poet, the Biographer and the Shrink: 

Psychiatrist-Patient Confidentiality and the Anne Sexton 
Biography" 10(1&2) (1993) 117-164. 

4. Roberta Cepko, "Involuntary Sterilization of Mentally Disabled 
Women" 8 Berkeley Women's L.J. (1993) 122-165. 

5. Katherine Hunt Federle, "On the Road to Reconceiving Rights 
for Children: A Postfeminist Analysis of the Capacity 
Principle" 42(3) De Paul L.R. (1993) 983-1028. 

6. Molly Giles, "Breaking the Silence: A Reconsideration of 
Michigan's Psychiatrist-Patient Privilege" 39(3) Wayne L.R. 
(1993) 1361-1384. 

7. Eric M. Jaegers, "Modern Judicial Treatment of Procreative 

Rights of Developmentally Disabled Persons: Equal Rights to 
Procreation and Sterilization" 31(4) U. Louisville J. Fam. L. 
(1992-93) 947-979. 

8. Clifton Perry and Joan Wallman Kuruc, "Psychotherapists' 
Sexual Relationships with their Patients" 2 Annals of Health 
L. (1993) 35-54. 

9. Richard E. Redding, "Children's Competence to Provide Informed 
Consent for Mental Health Treatment" 50(2) Washington & Lee 
L.R. (1993) 695-753. 

10. Steven J. Schwartz, "Abolishing Competency as a Construction 
of Difference: A Radical Proposal to Promote the Equality of 
Persons with Disabilities" 47(3) U. Miami L.R. (1993) 867-882. 

11. Ralph Slovenko, "The Multiple Personality and the Criminal 
Law" 12(3/4/5) Med. & L. (1993) 329-340. 





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12. Margaret A. Somerville, "Labels versus Contents: Variance 
between Philosophy, Psychiatry and Law in Concepts Governing 
Decision-Making" 39(1) McGill L.J. (1994) 179-199. 

13. Lori A. Stiegel, DaCosta R. Mason, Dwayne Morris, Vicki 
Gottlich and Michael Rave, "Three Issues Still Remaining in 
Guardianship Reform" 27(6) Clearinghouse Rev. (1993) 577-584. 

14. Clarence J. Sundram and Paul F. Stavis, "Sexual Behavior and 
Mental Retardation" Mental & Physical Disability L.R. (1993) 
448-457. 

15. Phillip Tor, "Finding Incompetence in Guardianship: 

Standardizing the Process" 35(3) Arizona L.R. (1993) 739-764. 

16. David B. Wexler, "New Directiions in Therapeutic 
Jurisprudence: Breaking the Bounds of Conventional Mental 
Health Law Scholarship" X(3) N.Y. L.S.J. Human Rights (1993) 
759-776. 


Mental Health; 1995/96 Supplement 

1. N. Bala, "Children, Psychiatrists and the Courts: 

Understanding the Ambivalence of the Legal Profession" 39 Can. 
J. Psychiatry (1994) 526-39. 

2. A.R. Callahan, "Will the 'Real'Battered Woman Please Stand Up? 
In Search of a Realistic Legal Definition of Battered Woman 
Syndrome" 3 J. Gender & the Law (1994) 117-52. 

3. J.H.M Crichton, "Psychiatric In-Patient Violence: Issues of 
English law and discipline within hospitals" 35(1) Med. Sci. 
Law (1995) 53-56. 

4. S.K. Fields, "Multiple Personality Disorder and the Legal 

System" 46 Washington Univ. J. Urban and Contemporary Law 
(1994) 261-89. 

5. A.K. Fish & M. Silberfeld, "My Choice or Yours: Powers of 
Attorney and Statutory Guardianship of Property Under the 
Substitute Decisions Act, 1992" 14(1): Estates & Trusts J. 
(1994) 43-58. 

6. E. Handsley, "'Sterilisation' of Young Intellectually Disabled 
Women" 20(2) Monash Univ. Law Rev. (1994) 271-99. 

7. G.H. Morris, "Reguiring Sound Judgments of Unsound Minds: Tort 
Liability and the Limits of Therapeutic Jurisprudence" 47(5) 
SMU Law Rev. (1994) 1837-60. 



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8. V. Muller, "'Trapped in the Body' - Transsexualism, The Law, 
Sexual Identity" 3 Australian Feminist L.J. (1994) 103-16. 

9. A. Piper Jr., "'Truth serum' and 'recovered memories' of 
sexual abuse: a review of the evidence" J. Psychiatry & the 
Law (Winter 1993) 447-71. 

10. A. Ritchie, "Damages for psychiatric injuries" 144(6675) New 
L.J. (1994) 1690-92. 

11. A. Ritchie, "Damages for psychiatric injuries (Conclusion)" 
145(6679) New L.J. (1994) 64-66 

12. A.K. Shah, "The Use of Legislation in Cases of Squalor" 42 
Med. Sci. Law (1995) 43-44. 

13. R. Slovenko, "The 'revival of memory' of childhood sexual 
abuse: is the tolling of the statute of limitations justified? 
J. Psychiatry & Law (Spring 1993) 7-34. 

14. S. Stefan, "The Protection Racket: Rape Trauma Syndrome, 
Psychiatric Labeling, and Law" 88(4) Northwestern Univ. Law 
Rev. (1994) 1271-1345. 

15. C. Thomson, "Memory repression in child sex abuse cases" 
68(12) Law Institute J. (1994) 1162-65. 

16. T. Vollaro, "Munchausen Syndrome by Proxy and its Evidentiary 
Problems 22(2) Hofstra L.J. (1993) 495-520. 

17. J. Webb-Pullman, "Violence, dangerousness and mental illness" 
68(12) Law Institute J. (1994) 1166-68. 


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VI. GENETICS AMD EUGENICS 

1. J.R. Cornwall, "Wrongful Life and the Problem of Euthanasia" 
23(3) Gonzaga Law Rev. 573-392. 

2. M. A. Crossley, "Selective Nontreatment of Handicapped 
Newborns: An Analysis" 6(6) Med. & Law.499-524. 

3. J. Feinberg, "Wrongful Life and the Counterfactual Element in 
Harming" 4(1) Social Philosophy & Policy 145-178. 

4. J. Fletcher, "The Courts and Euthanasia" 15(4) Law, Med. & 
Health Care 223-230. 

5. J.E.S. Fortin, "Is the 'Wrongful Life' Action Really Dead?" 
J. of Social Welfare Law (1987) 306-313. 

6. J.K.M. Gevers, "Genetic Testing: The Legal Position of 
Relatives of Test Subjects" 7 Med. & Law (1988) 161-166. 

7. D.S. Huefner, "Severely Handicapped Infants with Life- 

Threatening Conditions: Federal Intrusions into the Decision 
not to Treat" 12(2) American J. of Law & Med. 171-206. 

8. L. Hughes, "Recovering Damages for Mental Anguish in Wrongful 
Death Suits: The Elimination of the Physical Injury/Physical 
Manifestation Requirement" 18 Texas Tech Law Rev. 893-916. 

9. B. Keplinger and J.J. Cramer, "Wrongful Pregnancy: A House 
Divided" 23(2) Tort & Insurance Law J. (1988) 496-506. 

10. S.A. Mednick, and E.S. Kandel, "Congenital Determinants of 
Violence" 16(2) Bulletin of Amer. Acad, of Psychiatry Law 

(1988) 101-109. 

11. R.J. Neuhaus, "The Return of Eugenics" 85(3) Commentary (April 
1988) 15-26. 

12. L. Rowinski, "Genetic Testing in the Workplace" 4 The J. of 
Contemporary Health Law and Policy 375-413. 

13. J.F. Williams, "A Regulatory Model for Genetic Testing in 
Employment" 40(2) Oklahoma Law Rev. 181-208. 


Genetics and Eugenics: 1989/90 Supplement 

1. L. Andrews, "Surrogate Motherhood: The Challenge for 
Feminists" 16(1-2) Law, Med. & Health Care (1988) 72-80. 

2. J. Attanasio, "The Genetic Revolution: What Lawyers Don't Know 
(Review Essay) 63 N.Y. Univ. Law Rev. (1988) 662-716. 




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3. B. Atwell, "Surrogacy and Adoption: A Case of Incompatibility" 
20 Columbia Human Rights Law Rev. (1988) 1-59. 

4. A. M. Baggish, "Surrogate Parenting: What We Can Learn From 
our British Counterparts" 39 Case Western Reserve Law Rev. 
(1988-89) 217-271. 

5. R.L. Barnes, "Delusion by Analysis: The Surrogate Mother 
Problem" 34 South Dakota Law Rev. (1989) 1-19. 

6. K. Bartlett, "Re-Expressing Parenthood" 98 Yale Law J. (1988) 
293-340. 

7. L. Beeler and W. Wiebe, "DNA Identification Tests and the 
Courts" 63 Washington Law Rev. (1988) 903-955. 

8. B. Beier, "Genetic Testing and the Rights of Self- 
Determination: The Experience in the Federal Republic of 
Germany" 16 Hofstra Law Rev. (1988) 601-614. 

9. J. Bopp, et al., "The 'Rights' and 'Wrongs' of Wrongful Birth 
and Wrongful Life: A Jurisprudential Analysis of Birth Related 
Torts" 27 Duguesne Law Rev. (1989) 461-515. 

10 S. Buckle, et al., "The Syngamy Debate: When Precisely Does a 
Human Life Begin?" 17(2) Law, Med. & Health Care (1989) 174- 
181. 

11. A.M. Capron and M.J. Radin, "Choosing Family Law over Contract 
Law as a Paradigm for Surrogate Motherhood" 16(1-2) Law, Med. 
& Health Care (1988) 34-43. 

12. C. Card, "Women's Voices and Ethical Ideals: Must we Mean What 
we Say?" 99 Ethics (1988) 125-135. 

13. D.R.C. Chalmers, "No Primrose Path: Surrogacy and the Role of 
Criminal Law" 7 Med. & Law (1989) 595-606. 

14. R. Alta Charo, "Legislative Approaches to Surrogate 
Motherhood" 16(1-2) Law, Med. & Health Care (1988) 96-112. 


15. B. Cox, "Choosing One's Family: Can the Legal System Address 
the Breadth of Women's Choice of Intimate Relationship?" 8 St. 
Louis Univ. Public Law Rev. (1989) 299-337. 

16. J. Craven-Griffiths and U. Sood, "Becoming a Parent - 
Decisions, Rights and Legal Issues" 18 Family Law (1988) 463- 
467. 

17. J. Cronrath, "Surrogate Mothers in Kansas" 36 Univ. of Kansas 
Law Rev. (1988) 357-381. 


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18. K. Cunningham, "Surrogate Mother Contracts: Analysis of a 
Remedial Quagmire" 37 Emory Law J. (1988) 721-753. 

19. K. Daly, "Criminal Justice Ideologies and Practices in 
Different Voices: Some Feminist Questions about Justice" 17 
Int'l J. of the Sociology of Law (1989) 1-39. 

20. D.W. Denno, "Human Biology and Criminal Responsibility: Free 
Will or Free Ride?" 137 Univ. Penn. Law Rev. (1988) 615-671. 

21. M. Field, "Controlling the Woman to Protect the Fetus" 17(2) 
Law, Med. & Health Care (1989) 114-129. 

22. B. Furrow and S. Goldberg, "Medical Genetics and the Law's 

Responses: 'In the Rear and Limping a Little'" 9 J. of Legal 
Med. (1988) 329-339. 

23. L. Gostin, "A Civil Liberties Analysis of Surrogacy 
Arrangements" 16(1-2) Law, Med. & Health Care (1988) 7-17. 

24. R.C. Griffin, "Death of the Family: What's Become of the 
Parents and the Children?" 22 Akron Law Rev. (1989) 303-328. 

25. C. Heinemeyer, "Oversight of the Release of Genetically 
Altered Microorganisms: Suggestions of an International 
Approach" 24(2) Texas Int'l Law J. (1989) 331-365. 

26. A. Holder, "Surrogate Motherhood and the Best Interests of 
Children" 16(1-2) Law, Med. & Health Care (1988) 51-56. 

27. D. Kaiser, "Artificial Insemination: Donor Rights in 
Situations Involving Unmarried Recipients" 26 J. of Family Law 
(1987-88) 793-811. 

28. B. Keller, "Surrogate Motherhood Contracts in Louisiana: To 
Ban or to Regulate" 49 Louisiana Law Rev. (1988) 143-192. 

29. S. Kempf LeMay, "The Emergence of Wrongful Adoption as a Cause 
of Action" 27 J. of Family Law (1988-89) 475-488. 


30. R. Macklin, "Is There Anything Wrong with Surrogate 
Motherhood?: An Ethical Analysis" 16(1-2) Law, Med. & Health 
Care (1988) 57-64. 

31. J. Mahoney, "An Essay on Surrogacy and Feminist Thought" 16(1- 
2) Law, Med. & Health Care (1988) 81-88. 

F.B. McCarthy, "The Confused and Constitutional Status and 
Meaning of Parental Rights" 22 Georgia Law Rev. (1988) 975- 

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33. J. Montgomery, "Children as Property?" 51 The Modern Law Rev. 
(1988) 323-342. 

34. H. Morreim, "The Concept of Harm Reconceived: A Different Look 
at Wrongful Life" 7 Law & Philosophy (1988) 3-33. 

35. 0. O'Neill, "Children's Rights and Children's Lives 98(3) 
Ethics (1988) 445-463. 

36. J.A. Robertson, "Procreative Liberty and the State's Burden of 

Proof in Regulating Noncoital Reproduction" 16(1-2) Law, Med. 
& Health Care (1988) 18-26. 

37. K. Rottenberg, "Baby M, the Surrogacy Contract, and the Health 
Care Professional: Unanswered Questions" 16(1-2) Law, Med. & 
Health Care (1988) 113-120. 

38. L. Rowinski, "Genetic Testing in the Workplace" 4 J. of 
Contemporary Health Law and Policy" (1988) 375-413. 

39. C. Schejbal-Vossmeyer, "What Money Cannot Buy: Commercial 

Surrogacy and the Doctrine of Illegal Contracts" 32 St. 

Louis Univ. Law J. 1171-1207. 

40. J.M. Shaughnessy, "Gilligan's Travels" 7 Law and Inequality 

(1988) 1-27. 

41. G. Smith, "The Case of Baby M: Love's Labor Lost" 16(1-2) Law, 
Med. & Health Care (1988) 121-125. 

42. M.M. Suh, "Surrogate Motherhood: An Argument for Denial of 
Specific Performance 22 Columbia J. of Law & Social Problems 
(1989) 357-395. 

43. N. Taub, "Surrogacy: A Preferred Treatment for Infertility" 
16(1-2) Law, Med. & Health Care (1988) 89-95. 

44. E. Thompson, "The Criminalization of Maternal Conduct During 
Pregnancy: A Decision-making Model for Lawmakers" 64 Indiana 
Law J. (1989) 357-374. 

45. M.F. Walters, "Who Decides? The Next Abortion Issue: A 
Discussion of Fathers' Rights" 91 West Virginia Law Rev. 
(1988) 165-191. 

C. Wells, "Whose Baby Is It?" 15 J. of Law and Society (1988) 
323-341. 


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Genetics and Eugenics; 1990/91 Supplement 

1. A. Priske Adema, "DNA Fingerprinting Evidence: The Road to 
Admissibility in California" 26(2) San Diego Law Rev. (1989) 
377-415. 

2. J.J. Barr, "The Use of DNA Typing in Criminal Prosecutions: A 
Flawless Partnership of Law and Science?" 34(3) N.Y. Law 
School Law Rev. (1989) 485-530. 

3. M.A. Berenson, "The Wrongful Life Claim - The Legal Dilemma of 
Existence Versus Nonexistence: 'To Be or Not to Be /n 64(4) 
Tulane Law Rev. (1990) 895-918. 

4. M. Bessette, "Genetic Engineering: The Alternative of Self- 

Regulation for Local Governments" 22 Suffolk Univ. Law Rev. 
(1988) 1121-1151. 

5. G. Binion, "Reproductive Freedom and the Constitution: The 

Limits on Choice" 4 Berkeley Women's Law J. (1988/89) 12-41. 

6. C.T. Blair, " Spencer v. Commonwealth and Recent Developments 
in the Admissibility of DNA Fingerprint Evidence" 76(4) 
Virginia Law Rev. (1990) 853-876. 

7. K. Brokaw, "Genetic Screening in the Workplace and Employers' 
Liability" 23(3) Columbia J. of Law and Social Problems (1990) 
317-346. 

8. B.M. Dickens, "Abortion and Distortion of Justice in the Law" 
17 Law, Med. & Health Care (1989) 395-406. 

9. P. Sarsfield Fox, "Legislative Prohibition of Wrongful Birth 
Actions" 44(4) Washington and Lee Law Rev. 1331-1356. 

10. J.C. Hoeffel, "The Dark Side of DNA Profiling: Unreliable 
Scientific Evidence Meets the Criminal Defendant" 42(2) 
Stanford Law Rev. (1990) 465-538. 

11. A. C. Lichtman, "Commercial Exploitation of DNA and the Tort of 
Conversion: A Physician May Not Destroy a Patient's Interest 
in her Body-Matter" 34(3) N.Y. Law School Law Rev. (1989) 531- 
562 . 

12. J. Lyons, "To Be or Not To Be: The Pennsylvania General 
Assembly Eliminates Wrongful Birth and Life Actions" 34(3-4) 
Villanova Law Rev. (1989) 681-696. 

13. S.C. Petrovich, "DNA Typing: A Rush to Judgment" 24(3) Georgia 
Law Rev. (1990) 669-704. 



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14. S.E. Renskers, "Trial by Certainty: Implications of Genetic 

'DNA Fingerprints'" 39(1) Emory Law J. (1990) 309-346. 

15. M.A. Roberts, "Distinguishing Wrongful From 'Rightful' Life" 
6 J. Contemp. Health Law & Policy (1990) 59-80. 

16. J. Shaw, "Wrongful Birth and the Politics of Reproduction: 
West German and English Law Considered" 4(1) Int'l J. of Law 
and the Family (1990) 52-82. 

17. B. Stark, "International Human Rights and Family Planning: A 
Modest Proposal" 18(1) Denver J. Int'l Law and Policy (1989) 
59-81. 

18. P.S. Stever, "Haymon v. Wilkerson: The Wrongful Birth Cause of 
Action Emerges in the District of Columbia" 5 J. Contemp. 
Health Law & Policy (1989) 281-296. 

19. H. Stoll, "A Doctor's Liability for the Unwanted Birth of a 
Child" 22(2) Comp. & Int'l Law J. of S. Africa (1989) 206-214. 

20. W. Vander Wei, "Insurance: Craig v. IMT Insurance Co. (Iowa 
1987)" 4 Drake Law Rev. (1987/88) 731-740. 

21. G.D. Walters and T.W. White, "Heredity and Crime: Bad Genes or 
Bad Research?" 27(3) Criminology (1989) 455-485. 

22. R. Weiss, "Wrongful Birth and Wrongful Life: In Search of a 
Logical Consistency" 3 Annual Survey of Amer. Law (1987) 507- 
547. 


Genetics and Eugenics: 1991/92 Supplement 

1. A. L. Allen, "The Black Surrogate Mother," 8 Harvard 

BlackLetter J. (1991) 17-31. 

2. W. Allen, "The Current Federal Regulatory Framework for 
Release of Genetically Altered Organisms into the Environment" 
42(3) Florida Law Rev. (1990) 531-562. 

3. G.J. Annas, "Mapping the Human Genome and the Meaning of 
Monster Mythology" 39(3) Emory Law J. (1990) 629-664. 

4. S.F. Appleton, "Surrogacy Arrangements and the Conflict of 
Laws" 2 Wisconsin Law Rev. (1990) 399-482. 

R. Boland, "Recent Developments in Abortion Law in 
Industrialized Countries," 18 Law, Med. & Health Care (1990) 
404-418. 


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6. M.E. Brom, "Insurers and Genetic Testing: Shopping for that 
Perfect Pair of Genes" 40(1) Drake Law Rev. (1991) 121-148. 

7. D.L. Burk, "DNA Identification: Possibilities and Pitfalls 
Revisited" 31(1) Jurimetrics J. (1990) 53-108. 

8. A.M. Capron, "Which Ills to Bear?: Reevaluating the 'Threat' 
of Modern Genetics" 39(3) Emory Law J. (1990) 665-696. 

9. A. Carmi, "Wrongful Life: An Israeli Case" 9(2) Med. & Law 
(1990) 777-781. 

10. B. Cleaver, "Wrongful Birth-The Dawning of a New Action," 108 
So. African Law J. (1991), 47-66. 

11. R. Cooper, "Delivery Room Resuscitation of the High-Risk 
Infant: A Conflict of Rights" 33(4) Catholic Lawyer (1990) 
325-360. 

12. R.A. Copen, "Family Law: Surrogate Parenting " 1988(4) Annual 
Survey of Amer. Law (1988) 937-967. 

13. D.S. Davis, "Slim Just Left Town: Decisionmaking on an 

Intensive Care Unit" 23(2) Connecticut Law Rev. 261-279. 

14. J.L. Dolgin, "Status and Contract in Surrogate Motherhood: An 
Illumination of the Surrogacy Debate" 38 Buffalo Law Rev. 
(1990) 515-550. 

15. D.G. Duff, "Compensation for Neurologically Impaired Infants: 
Medical No-Fault in Virginia" 27(2) Harvard J. Legislation 
(1990) 391-451. 

16. C.F. Emley, "The Challenge of Surrogate Parenting: Can 

California Law Meet It?" 19(1) Lincoln Law Rev. (1990) 47-54. 

17. M. Falk, "Ethical Considerations in Representing the Elderly," 
1991 South Dakota Law Rev. 54-80. 

18. J. Feder, "Health Care of the Disadvantaged: The Elderly" 
15(2) J. Health Politics, Policy & Law (1990) 259-269. 

19. J.C. Fletcher and D.C. Wertz, "Ethics, Law and Medical 

Genetics: After the Human Genome is Mapped" 39(3) Emory Law J. 
(1990) 747-809. 

20. G.S. Gericke, "The Role of Human Genetics in Society: 

Implications for Legal Involvement" 9(3) Med. & Law (1990) 
930-938. 


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21. A. Jonet, "Legal Measures to Eliminate Transnational Trading 

of Infants for Adoption: An Analysis of Anti-Infant Trading 
Statutes in the United States" 13(2) Loyola of Los Angeles 
Int'l & Comp. Law J. (1990) 305-330. 

22. M.B. Kapp, et al., "Law and Aging: Symposium Edition," 18 Law, 
Med. & Health Care (1990) 181-289. 

23. D.H. Kaye, "DNA Paternity Probabilities" 24(3) Family Law 
Quarterly (1990) 279-304. 

24. C.M. Kelly, "Admissibility of DNA Evidence: Perfecting the 
'Search for Truth'" 25(3) Wake Forest Law Rev. (1990) 591-616. 

25. M.B. Kelly, "The Rightful Position in 'Wrongful Life' Actions" 
42(2) Hastings Law J. (1991) 505-590. 

26. A.W. Latourette, "The Surrogate Mother Contract: In the Best 
Interests of Society?" 25(1) Univ. Richmond Law Rev. (1990) 
53-92. 

27. P.M. MacDonald, "DNA Profiling ■— Less than the Whole Truth" 
4 Scots Law Times (1990) 285-287, 

28. D. MacPhee and K. Forest, "Surrogacy: Programme Comparisons 
and Policy Implications" 4 Int'l J. of Law and Family (1990) 
308-317. 

29. D.A. Mark, "All Animals are Equal, But Some Are Better Than 
Others: Patenting Transgenic Animals" 7 J. Contemp. Health Law 
& Policy (1991) 245-268. 

30. A.A. Moenssens, "DNA Evidence and its Critics —- How Valid are 
the Challenges?" 31 Jurimetrics J. (1990) 87-108. 

31. K. Norrie, "Wrongful Life in Scots Law: No Right, No Remedy" 
2 The Juridical Rev. (1990) 205-224. 

32. J.A. Robertson, "Procreative Liberty and Human Genetics" 39(3) 
Emory Law J. 697-719. 

33. C.I. Rotherham, "Baby C: An Adoption Following A Surrogacy 

Arrangement" New Zealand Law J. (Jan. 1991) 17-20. 

34. G.P. Smith, "Stop, in the Name of Love!" 19(1) Anglo American 
Law Rev. (1990) 55-71. 

35. J.C. Sylvain, " Michael H. v. Gerald D. : The Presumption of 
Paternity" 39(3) Cath. Univ. Law Rev. (1990) 831-858. 

R.M. Veatch, "Physicians and Cost Containment: The Ethical 
Conflict" 30(4) Jurimetrics J. (1990) 461-482. 


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37. S.M. Weber, "Pay me Now or Pay me Later?: The Question of 
Prospective Damage Claims for Genetic Injury in Wrongful Life 
Cases" 23(3) Indiana Law Rev. (1990) 753-779. 

38. S.S. Weinman, "Birth Related Tcrts: Can they Fit the 
Malpractice Mold?" 56(1) Missouri Law Rev. (1991) 175-191. 

39. J.L. Wilhelm, "Tort Law: Protection of Prenatal Life Through 
Wrongful Death Statutes — Critique of Ciardina v. Bennett " 
15(1) Univ. Dayton Law Rev. (1989) 157-171. 

40. S.G. York, "A Contractual Analysis of Surrogate Motherhood 
and a Proposed Solution" 24(2) Loyola Law Rev. (1991) 395-419. 


Genetics and Eugenics: 1992/93 Supplement 

1. K.R. Adams, "Uniform Parentage Act: Ohio Recognizes Genetic 
Testing's Validity to Rebut the Presumption that the Natural 
Mother's Husband is not the Father - Hulett v. Hulett " 16(2) 
Univ. Dayton Law Rev. (1991) 497-520. 

2. R. Boland, "Recent Developments in Abortion Law in 
Industrialized Countries" 18(4) Law, Med. & Health Care 
(Winter 1990) 404-418. 

3. R. Boland, "Recent Developments in Abortion Law" 19(3-4) Law, 
Med. & Health Care (Fall/Winter 1990) 267-277. 

4. G. Coleman, "Genetic Engineering: Should Parents Be Allowed to 
Design Their Children" 34(2) Howard Law J. (1991) 153-167. 

5. R.M. Cook-Deegan, "Mapping the Human Genome" 65(1) So. Calif. 
Law Rev. (1991) 579-596. 

6. G.M. Doot, "The Secrets of the Genome Revealed: Threats to 
Genetic Privacy" 37(3) Wayne Law Rev. (1991) 1615-1645. 

7. R.C. Dreyfuss and D. Nelkin, "The Jurisprudence of Genetics" 
45(2) Vanderbilt Law Rev. (March 1992) 313-348. 

8. J.M. Gustafson, "Genetic Therapy: Ethical and Religious 
Reflections" 8 J. of Contemporary Health Law & Policy (Spring 
1992) 183-200. 

9. M.S. Halpern, "Father Knows Best- But Which Father? 
California's Presumption of Legitimacy Loses its 
Conclusiveness: Michael H. v. Gerald D. and its Aftermath" 
25(1) Loyala of Los Angeles Law Rev. (Nov. 1991) 275-319. 

10. B.E. Hernandez, "To Bear or Not to Bear: Reproductive Freedom 
as an International Human Right" 17(2) Brooklyn J. of Int'l 
Law (1991) 309-358. 



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11. R.D. Kligman, "Wrongful Conception" 12(4) Health Law in Canada 
104-111, 114. 

12. J. Levitt, "Biology, Technology and Geneology: A Proposed 
Uniform Surrogacy Legislation" 25(3) Columbia J. of Law & 
Social Problems (1992) 451-519. 

13. J.S. Loitherstein, "Toward Full Recovery - The Future of 
Damage Awards in Wrongful Pregnancy Cases" 25(3) Suffolk Univ. 
Law Rev. (1991) 735-763. 

14. R. Lowe, "Genetic Testing and Insurance: Apocalypse Now?" 
40(3) Drake Law Rev. (1991) 507-532. 

15. N. McLeod, "English DNA Evidence Held Inadmissible" Crim. Law 
Rev. (Aug. 1991) 583-590. 

16. K. Mirhoseini, "The Wisconsin Supreme Court Addresses Wrongful 
Pregnancy Causes of Action. Marciniak v. Lundborg" 74(3&4) 
Marquette Law Rev. (1991) 575-587. 

17. M.B. Morrissey, "Wrongful Life Actions in the 1990's: The 
Continuing Need to Define and Measure a Plaintiff's Injury" 
23(1) Univ. Toledo Law Rev. (Fall 1991) 157-175 

18. J. Murphy, "Cosmetics, Eugenics and Ambivalence: The Revision 
of the Abortion Act 1967" 5 J. of Social Welfare & Family Law 
(1991) 375-393. 

19. K. Nobles, "Birthright or Life Sentence: Controlling The 
Threat of Genetic Testing" 65(4) So. Calif. Law Rev. (1992) 
2081-2128 

20. R. Parkman, "Gene Therapy in the 1990's" 65(1) So. Calif. Law 
Rev. (1991) 411-421. 

21. W.C. Thompson and S. Ford, "DNA Testing: Debate Update" Trial 
(April 1992) 52, 54-61. 

22. M.B. Tropper, "Patentability of Genetically Engineered Life- 

Forms: Legal Issues and Solutions" 25(1) John Marshall Law 
Rev. (1991) 119-142. 

23. P. Vanezis, "Women, Violent Crime and the Menstrual Cycle: a 
review" 31(1) Med. Sci. Lav; (1991) 11-14. 

A.S. Viksnins, "Amgen, Inc. v. United States International 
Trade Commission: Designer Genes Don't Fit" 76(1) Minn. Law 
Rev. (1991) 161-191. 


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Genetics and Eugenics; 1993/94 Supplement 

1. J.H. Anderson, "The Functioning Father: A Unified Approach to 

Paternity Determinations" 30(4) J. Family L. (1991-92) 847- 

873. 

2. M.C. Anderson, "Genetic Testing In Insurance Underwriting: A 
Blessing or a Curse?" 25(4) Creighton L.R. (1992) 1499-1535. 

3. S.L. Arthur, "The Norplant Prescription: Birth Control, Woman 
Control, or Crime Control?" 40(1) U.C.L.A. L. Rev. (1992) 1- 
101 . 

4. S. Auchincloss, "Does Genetic Engineering Need Genetic 
Engineers?" 20(1) Boston College Environmental Affairs L.R. 
(1993) 37-63. 

5. A Baskerville, "Human Gene Therapy: Application, Ethics and 
Regulation" 96(4) Dickinson L.R. (1992) 733-763. 

6. E. Bernat, "Informed Consent and 'Wrongful Birth': The 
Austrian Supreme Court's Approach" 11(1/2) Med. & L. (1992) 
67-72. 

7. E. Bernat and U. Straka, "Austria: A Legal Ban on Surrogate 
Mothers and Fathers?" 31(2) U. Louisville J. Fam. L. (1992-93) 
267-282. 

8. D.W. Brock, "The Human Genome Project and Human Identity" 
29(1) Houston L.R. (1992) 7-22. 

9. D.L. Burk, "DNA Identification Testing: Assessing the Threat 
to Privacy" 24(1) Univ. Toledo L.R. (1992) 87-102. 

10. M. Burke, "The Constitutionality of the Use of the Norplant 
Contraceptive Device as a Condition of Probation" 20(1) 
Hastings Const. L.Q. (1992) 207-246. 

11. E. Campbell, "Birth Control as a Condition of Probation for 
Those Convicted of Child Abuse" 28(1) Gonzago L.R. (1992-93) 
67-102. 

12. D.S. Coale, "Norplant Bonuses and the Unconstitutional 
Conditions Doctrine" 71(1) Texas L.R. (1992) 189-215. 

13. T.S. Cragin, " Sudwischer v. Estate of Hoffpauir : The 
Constitutional Right to Prove Filiation and the $670,000 Blood 
Test" 38(2) Loyola L.R. (1992) 493-506. 

B.M. Dickens, "New Laws for New Knowledge?" 25 Can. Fam. 
Physician (1979) 892-893. 


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15. B.M. Dickens, "Wrongful Birth and Life, Wrongful Death Before 
Birth, and Wrongful Law" in Legal Issues in Human 
Reproduction . ed. Sheila McClean (Brookfield: Gower, 1989) 80- 
112 . 

16. J.L. Dolgin, "Just a Gene: Judicial Assumptions about 
Parenthood" 40(3) U.C.L.A. Law Rev. (1993) 637-694. 

17. J.F. Ginzberg, "Compulsory Contraception as a Condition of 
Probation" 58(3) Brookley L.R. (1992) 979-1019. 

18. P.S. Greenspan, "Free Will and the Genome Project" 22(1) Phil. 
& Pub. Affairs 31-43. 

19. D.S. Karjala, "A Legal Research Agenda for the Human Genome 
Initiative" 32(2) Jurimetrics (1992) 121-124, 151-222. 

20. J.J. Koehler, "DNA Matches and Statistics" 76(5) Judicature 
(1993) 222-229. 

21. E.J. Larson, "Involuntary Sexual Sterilization of Incompetents 
in Alabama: Past, Present and Future" 43(2) Alabama L.R. 
(1992) 399-444. 

22. K.B. Lieber, "Selling the Womb: Can the Feminist Critique of 
Surrogacy by Answered?" 68(1) Indiana L.J. (1992) 205-232. 

23. C. Lind, "Wrongful Birth and Wrongful Life Actions" 109(3) 
South African L.J. 427-446. 

24. J. Mee, "Wrongful Conception: The Emergence of a Full Recovery 
Rule" 70(3) Washington Univ. L.Q. (1992) 887-914. 

25. C.E. Miale, "The Regulation of Reproduction" 7(1) Int'l J. L. 
and the Fam. (1993) 18-39. 

26. K. A. Peters, "Chemical Castration: An Alternative to 
Incarceration" 31(2) Duquesne L.R. (1993) 307-328. 

27. P.G. Peters, "Rethinking Wrongful Life: Bridging the Boundary 
Between Tort and Family Law" 67(2) Tulane L.R. (1992) 397-454. 

28. M.A. Roberts, "Distinguishing Wrongful from Rightful Life" 6 
J. Contemp. Health L. & Pol. (1990) 59-80. 

29. M.a. Rothstein, "Genetic Discrimination in Employment and the 
Americans with Disabilities Act" 29(1) Houston L.R. (1992) 23- 
53. 

30. M.A. Rothstein, "Discrimination Based on Genetic Information" 
33(1) Jurimetrics 13-18. 




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31. M. Strasser, "Parental Rights Terminations: On Surrogate 
Reasons and Surrogacy Policies" 60(1) Tennessee L.R. (1992) 
135-228. 

32. D. Tribe and G. Korgaonkar, "Damages for Wrongful Birth" 
136(44) Solicitors J. (13 Nov. 1992) 1141. 

33. W.J. Wadlington, "Contracts to Bear a Child: The Mixed 
Legislative Signals" 29(2) Idaho L.J. (1992-93) 383-410. 

34. B.B. Woodhouse, "Hatching the Egg: A Child-Centred Perspective 
on Parents' Rights" 14(6) Cardozo L.R. (1993) 1747-1865. 


Genetics and Eugenics: 1994/95 Supplement 


1. Sheldon Gelman, "'Life' and 'Liberty': Their Original Meaning, 
Historical Antecedents, and Current Significance in the Debate 
over Abortion Rights" 78(3) Minnesota L.R. (1994) 585-698. 

2. Bartha Maria Knoppers, "Confidentiality in Genetic Testing: 
Legal and Ethical Issues in an International Context" 12 Med. 
& L. (1993) 573-582. 

3. Corrine A. LaCroix, "Note: Wrongful Life—A birth defective 
child born prior to Roe v. Wade does not have a valid cause of 
action in wrongful life against the physician who failed to 
inform its mother of the option of an abortion— Humme 1 v. 
Reiss . 129 N.J. 118, 608 A.2d 1341 (1992)" 23(4) Seton Hall 
L.R. (1993) 1876-1910. 

4. Steven S. Paskal, "Liability for Prenatal Harm in the 
Workplace: The Need for Reform" 17(2) U. Puget Sound L.R. 
(1994) 283-314. 

5. Shelley A. Ryan, "Wrongful Birth: False Representations of 
Women's Reproductive Lives" 78(4) Minnesota L.R. (1994) 857- 
909. 

6. Sonia M. Suter, "Whose Genes are These Anyway? Familial 
Conflicts over Access to Genetic Information" 91(7) Michigan 
L.R. (1993) 1854-1908. 


Genetics and Eugenics: 1995/96 Supplement 

1. P. Allen, "Contracts in the National Health Service Internal 
Market" 58(3) Modern Law Rev. (1995) 321-42. 

D.J. Balding & P. Donnelly, "The Prosecutor's Fallacy and DNA 
Evidence" Criminal Law Rev. (1994) 711-21. 


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3. Blake, Cassels & Graydon Food & Drug Law Group, "Developments 
in Canadian Law Relating to Food, Drugs, Devices and Cosmetics 
as of December 1992" 49(2) Food & Drug L.J. (1994) 323-57. 

4. R. Boland, "Civil and Political Rights and the Right to 
Nondiscrimination. Population Policies, Human Rights, and 
Legal Change" 44 The American Univ. Law Rev. (1995) 1257-78. 

4. A. Brandel, "Legislating Surrogacy: A Partial Answer to 
Feminist Criticism" 54 Colloquium: Gender, Law & Health Care 
(1995) 488-527. 

5. A. Buchanan, "Equal Opportunity and Genetic Intervention" 
12(2) Social Philosophy and Policy 105-35. 

6. H.B. Eisenberg, "A 'Modest' Proposal: State Licensing of 
Parents" 26(4) Connecticut Law Rev. (1994) 1415-52. 

7. D.L. Faigman, "Mapping the Labyrinth of Scientific Evidence" 
46(2) Hastings L.J. (1995) 555-79. 

8. M.G. Farrell, "The Need for a Process Theory: Formulating 
Health Policy Through Adjudication" 8(1&2) J. Law & Health 
(1993-94) 201-21. 

9. L.M. Friedman, "Family Cap and the Unconstitutional Conditions 

Doctrine: Scrutinizing a Welfare Women's Right to Bear 

Children" 56(2) Ohio State L.J. (1995) 637-63. 

10. D.S. Gewirtz, "Toward a Quality Population: China's Eugenic 
Sterilization of the Mentally Retarded" 15(1) NYLS J. Int'l & 
Comp. Law (1994) 139-62. 

11. H. Grabowski, "Health Reform and Pharmaceutical Innovation" 
24(3) Seton Hall Law Rev. (1994) 1221-59. 

12. N. Hampton, "Recovered Memory Syndrome v. false memory 
syndrome or in repression and revenge, where resides justice?" 
N. Zealand L.J. (1995) 154-57. 

13. J. Hasnas, "From Cannibalism to Caesareans: Two Conceptions of 
Fundamental Rights" 89(3) Northwestern Univ. Law Rev. (1995) 
900-41. 

14. M. Jones & L.A.B. Marks, "The dynamic development model of the 
rights of the child" A feminist approach to rights and 
sterilisation" 2(3) Int'l J. Children's Rights (1994) 265-91. 

D.H. Kaye, "The Forensic Debut of the National Research 
Council's DNA Report: Population Structure, Ceiling 
Frequencies and the Need for Numbers" 34(4) Jurimetrics (1994) 
369-82. 


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16. S.E. Looper-Friedman, "'Keep your laws off my body': Abortion 
Regulation and the Takings Clause" 29(2) New England Law Rev. 
(1995) 253-84. 

17. S.H. Love, "Allowing New Technology to Erode Constitutional 
Protections: A Fourth Amendment Challenge to Non-Consensual 
DNA Testing of Prisoners" 38(5) Villanova Law Rev. (1993) 
1617-60. 

18. M.L. Lupton, "Behaviour Modification by Genetic Intervention - 

The Law's Response" 13(516) Medicine & Law (1994) 417-31. 

19. D.L. McKay, "Patient Law and Human Genome Research at the 
Crossroads: The Need for Congressional Action" 10(2) Santa 
Clara Computer & High Technology L.J. (1994) 465-98. 

20. F.H. Miller & P.A. Huvos, "Genetic Blueprints, Employer Cost- 
Cutting, and the Americans with Disabilities Act" 46(3) 
Administrative Law Rev. (1994) 369-83. 

21. B. Mintz, "Analyzing the OPTN Under the State Action Doctrine 

Can UNOS's Organ Allocation Criteria Survive Strict 
Scrutiny?" 28(3) Columbia J. Law & Social Problems (1995) 339- 
96. 

22. C.L. Misner, "What if Mary Sue Wanted an Abortion Instead? The 
Effect of Davis v. Davis on Abortion Rights" 2 American Univ. 
J. Gender & Law (1995) 265-99. 

23. M.L. Monopoli, "McNulty v. McDowell: Recognizing Preconception 
Tort in the Commonwealth?" 29(3) New England Law Rev. (1995) 
763-94. 

24. P. Mostow, "'Like Building on Top of Auschwitz': On the 
Symbolic Meaning of Using Data from the Nazi Experiments, and 
on Non-use as a Form of Memorial" 10(2) J. Law & Religion 403- 
31. 

25. L.C. Nolan, "The Unconstitutional Conditions Doctrine and 
Mandating Norplant for Women on Welfare Discourse" 3 J. Gender 
& the Law (1994) 15-37. 

26. V.G. Norton, "Unnatural Selection: Nontherapeutic 

Preimplantation Genetic Screening and Proposed Regulation" 
41(6) UCLA Law Rev. (1994) 1581-1650. 

27. C.M. Olesen, "Eve and the Forbidden Fruit: Reflections on a 
Feminist Methodology" 3 Dalhousie J. Law Studies (1994) 231- 
40. 


A.D. Porter, "International Reproductive Rights: The RU 486 
Question" 18 (1) Boston College Int'l & Comp. Law Rev. (1995) 
179-219. 


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29. D.E. Roberts, "The Genetic Tie" 62(1) U. Chicago Law Rev. 

(1995) 209-73. 

30. K.H. Rothenberg, "New Perspectives for Teaching and 
Scholarship: The Role of Gender in Law and Health Care" 54 
Maryland Law Rev. (1995) 473-87. 

31. J. Sanders, "From Science to Evidence: The Testimony on 
Causation in the Bendectin Cases" 46(1) Stanford Law Rev. 
(1993) 1-86. 

32. T.D. Saunders, "Banning Motherhood: An Rx to Combat Child 
Abuse?" 26(1) St. Mary's Law J. (1994).203-58. 

33. J.C. Smith Jr., "The Precarious Implications of DNA Profiling" 
55(3) U. Pittsburgh Law Rev. (1994) 865-88. 

34. G.P. Smith & T.J. Burns, "Genetic determination or Genetic 
discrimination?" 11 J. Contemporary Health Law & Policy (1994) 
23-61. 

35. D.M. Smolin, "The Religious Root and Branch of Anti-Abortion 
Lawlessness" 47(1) Baylor Law Rev. (1995) 119-50. 

36. A. Soifer & M. Wugmeister, "Mapping and Matching DNA: Several 
Legal Complications of 'Accurate' Classifications" 22(1) 
Hastings Constitutional L.Q. (1994) 1-27. 

37. D. Tait, T. Carney & K. Deane, "Legal Regulation of 
Sterilisation: The Role of Guardianship Tribunals in NSW and 
Victoria" 8(2) Australian J. Family Law (1994) 141-65. 

38. H.D. Thames, "Frye Gone, But Not Forgotten in the Wake of 
Daubert: New Standards and Procedures for Admissibility of 
Scientific Expert Opinion" 63(2) Mississippi L.J. (1994) 473- 
505. 

39. L.E. Trakman & S. Gatien, "Abortion Rights: Taking 

Responsibilities More Seriously than Dworkin" 48(3) SMU Law 
Rev. (1995) 585-608. 

40. M.K. Vennum, "Students with Diabetes: Is there Legal 

Protection?" 24(1) J. Law & Education (1995) 33-67. 

41. W.K. Viscusi, S.R. Rowland, H.L. Dorfman & C.J. Walsh, 
"Deterring Inefficient Pharmaceutical Litigation: An Economic 
Rationale for the FDA Regulatory Compliance Defense" 24 Seton 
Hall Law Rev. (1994) 1437-1506. 

42. D.L. Weigert, "Tragic Choices: State Discretion over Organ 
Transplant Funding for Medicaid Recipients" 89(1) Northwestern 
Univ. Law Rev. (1994) 268-317. 


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1. K.J.S. Anand and P.R. Hickey, "Pain and Its Effects in the 
Human Neonate & Fetus" 317(21) New England. J. of Med. 1321- 
1329. 

2. G.M. Bambrick, "Developing Maternal Liability Standards for 
Prenatal Injury" 61 St. John's Law Rev. 592-614. 

3. J. Benshoof, "The Chastity Act: Government Manipulation of 
Abortion Information and the First Amendment" 101 Harvard Law 
Rev. (1988) 1916-1937. 

4. S. Bolton, "Maternal Drug Abuse as Child Abuse: Potential 
Liability for Health Care Professionals" 15(1) Western State 
Univ. Law Rev. 281-295. 

5. V.L. Bor, "Fetal Protection Policies & Title VII" 2(4) The 
Labor Lawyer 683-693. 

6. J.L. Caldwell, "Abortion: The Father's Lack of Standing" New 
Zealand Law J. (May 1988) 165-169. 

7. S.P. de Cruz, "Abortion, C v S and the Law" Family Law (Sept. 
1987) 319-323. 

8. L. d'Aquin Eiato, " Thornburgh v. American College of 
Obstetricians and Gynecologists: Distinguishing Abortion 
Regulation from Attempted Intimidation" 33(2) Loyola Law Rev. 
498-513. 

9. J.E.S. Fortin, "Legal Protection for the Unborn Child" 51(1) 
Modern Law Rev. (1988) 54-83. 

10. M.C. Frazier, "Burns, Abortions & Dying Declarations" 5 Med. 
& Law J. (1986) 431-440. 

11. H. Garfield, "Privacy, Abortion and Judicial Review: Haunted 
by the Ghost of Lochner" 61 Washington Law Rev. 293-365. 

12. I. Gentles, "Fewer Abortions" 8(5) Policy Options 15-17. 

13. R.B. Goldman, " Commonwealth v. Cass - Case Comment" 19(1) 
Suffolk Univ. Law Rev. 145-155. 

14. S.L. Jordan, " Bering v. Share: Abortion Protestors Lose Ground 
in the State of Washington" 18(1) Cumberland Law Rev. 
(1987/88) 205-231. 

15. I.J. Keown, "The Scope of the Offence of Child Destruction" 
104 The Law Quarterly Rev. (1988) 120-142. 



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16. J.J. Knicely, "The Thornburgh and Bowers Cases: Consequences 
for Roe v. Wade " 56(2) Mississippi Law J. 267-323. 

17. K. A. Kunz, "A Thorn in the Side of Privacy: The Need for 
Reassessment of the Constitutional Right to Abortion" 70(3) 
Marquette Law Rev. 534-571. 

18. D. Lister, "Ethical Issues in Infanticide of Severely 
Defective Infants" 135 Can. Med. Assoc. J. (1986) 1401-1404. 

19. P. Lushing, "Abortion: A Disputation" 8(2) Cardozo Law Rev. 
243-283. 

20. R.D. Mackay, "The Relationship Between Abortion and Child 
Destruction in English Law" 7 Med. & Law (1988) 177-183. 

21. J.T. Mann, "Misrepresentation of Sterility or of Use of Birth 
Control" J. of Family Law (1987/88) 623-637. 

22. R. Manson and J. Marolt, "A New Crime, Fetal Neglect: State 
Intervention to Protect the Unborn - Protection at What Cost?" 
24 Calif. Western Law Rev. (1988) 161-182. 

23. A. Melley, "The Stretching of Civil Rico: Pro-Life 
Demonstrators are Racketeers" 56 Univ. Missouri - Kansas City 
Law Rev. (1988) 287-312. 

24. D. Morgan, "Foetal Sex Identification, Abortion and the Law" 
18 Family Law 355-359. 

25. D.G. Morris, "Abortion and Liberalism: A Comparison Between 
Abortion Decisions of the Supreme Court of the U.S. and the 
Constitutional Court of West Germany" 11(2) Hastings Int'l & 
Comp. Law Rev. 159-245. 

26. C. Overall, "Pluck a Fetus from its Womb: A Critique of 
Current Attitudes Toward the Embryo/Fetus" 84(1) Univ. of 
Western Ont. Law Rev. 1-14. 

27. J.A. Parness, "Your Bodies, Ourselves: Legal Protection of 
Potential Human Life" 30(4) Catholic Lawyer 370-378. 

28. D.P.T. Price, "How Viable is the Present Scope of the Offence 
of Child Destruction?" 16(3) Anglo-American Law Rev. 220-241. 

29. D.P.T. Price, "Selective Reduction and Feticide: The 
Parameters of Abortion" Crim. Law Rev. (1988) 199-210. 

S.E. Rush, "Prenatal Caretaking: Limits of State Intervention 
With & Without Roe" 39 Univ. of Florida Law Rev. (1987) 55- 
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31. R.F. Salvin, "Ohio Adopts an Abortion Notification Statute" 
12(1) Univ. of Dayton Law Rev. 205-241. 

32. L.A. Schott, "The Pamela Rae Stewart Case and Fetal Harm: 
Proselection or Prevention" 11 Harvard Women's Law J. (1988) 
227-245. 

33. B. Shelley, "Maternal Substance Abuse: The Next Step in the 
Protection of Fetal Rights?" 92(3) Dickinson Law Rev. 691-715. 

34. M.L. Shumiatcher, "I Set Before you Life & Death (Abortion - 
Borowski & the Constitution)" 24(2) Univ. of Western Ont. Law 
Rev. 1-25. 

35. B.E. Sweeney, "Bering v. Share: Accommodating Abortion & the 
First Amendment" 38(4) Case Western Reserve Law Rev. 698-728. 


Time Factors: 1989/90 Supplement 

1. I. Benson, "An Examination of Certain 'Pro-Choice' Abortion 
Arguments: Permanent Concerns About a Temporary Problem" Can. 
J. of Family Law (1988) 146-165. 

2. E. Bigge, "The Fetal Rights Controversy: A Resurfacing of Sex 

Discrimination in the Guise of Fetal Protection" (1989) 57 

Univ. Missouri - Kansas City Law Rev. (1989) 261-288. 

3. R. Cranford and D. Smith, "Consciousness: The Most Critical 
Moral (Constitutional) Standard for Human Personhood" 13(2-3) 
Amer. J. of Law & Med. (1987) 233-248. 

4. J. Fortin, "Can you Ward a Foetus?" 51 Modern Law Rev. (1988) 
768-775. 

5. A. Fulks, "Thornburgh: The Last American Right-to-Abortion 
Case? 26 J. of Family Law (1987-88) 771-792. 

6. S. Goldberg, "Medical Choices During Pregnancy: Whose Decision 
is it Anyway?" 41 Rutgers Law Rev. (1989) 591-623. 

7. M. Jessup and R. Roth, "Clinical and Legal Perspectives on 
Prenatal Drug and Alcohol Use: Guidelines for Individual and 
Community Response" 7 Med. & Law (1988) 377-389. 

8. J. Kaplan, "Abortion as a Vice Crime: A 'What if' Story" 51 
Law and Contemporary Problems (1988) 151-179. 

S. Martin, "Morgentaler v. The Queen in the Supreme Court of 
Canada (Case Comment) 2 Canadian J. of Women and Law (1987-88) 
422-431. 


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10. J.A. Robertson, "Gestational Burdens and Fetal Status 

Justifying Roe v. Wade " 13(1-2) Amer. J. of Law & Med. 
(1987) 189-212. 

11. D.M. Santello, "Maternal Tort Liability for Prenatal Injuries" 
22 Suffolk Univ. Law Rev. (1988) 747-777. 

12. A. Williams, "In Re A.C.: Foreshadowing the Unfortunate 
Expansion of Court-Ordered Caesarean Sections" 74 Iowa Law 
Rev. (1988) 287-302. 


Time Factors; 1990/91 Supplement 

1. P. Alston, "The Unborn Child and Abortion Under the Draft 
Convention on the Rights of the Child" 12 Human Rights 
Quarterly (1990) 156-178. 

2. K.M. Apollo, "The Biological Father's Right to Require a 
Pregnant Woman to Undergo Medical Treatment Necessary to 
Sustain Fetal Life" 94(1) Dickinson Law Rev. (1989) 199-229. 

3. R.J. Araujo, "Fetal Jurisprudence - A Debate in the Abstract" 
33(3) Catholic Lawyer 203-236. 

4. R.H. Axelrod, "Whose Womb is it Anyway: Are Paternal Rights 

Alive and Well Despite Danforth ?" 11(3) Cardozo Law Rev. 

(1990) 685-711. 

5. K.S. Banashek, "Maternal Prenatal Negligence Does Not Give 

Rise to a Cause of Action" 68(1) Wash. Univ. Law Quarterly 
(1990) 189-202. 

6. D. Bernstein, "A Contractual Solution to the Contraceptive 

Crisis" 8(1) Yale Law & Policy Rev. (1990) 146-162. 

7. J. Bopp, Jr., and R.E. Coleson, "Webster and the Future of 

Substantive Due Process" 28(2) Duquesne Law Rev. (1990) 271- 
294. 

8. J. Bopp, Jr., and R.E. Coleson, "What Does Webster Mean?" 

138(1) Univ. Pennsylvania Law Rev. (1989) 157-177. 

9. D. Carroll, "Stallman v. Youngquist: The Illinois Supreme 

Court Rejects Maternal Civil Liability" 39(1) DePaul Law Rev. 
(1989) 199-228. 

J. Coates, "A Comparison of United States and Canadian 

Approaches to the Rights of Privacy and Abortion" 15(3) 
Brooklyn J. Int'l Law (1989) 759-799. 


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11. D.O. Conkle, "Canada's Roe : The Canadian Abortion Decision and 
its Implications for American Constitutional Law and Theory" 
6(2) Constitutional Commentary (1989) 299-318. 

12. R. Colker, "Abortion and Dialogue" 63(6) Tulane Law Rev. 

(1989) 1363-1403. 

13. R. Colker, "Feminism, Theology and Abortion: Toward Love, 

Compassion and Wisdom" 77(5) Calif. Law Rev. (1989) 1011-1075. 

14. R.J. Cook, "International Dimensions of the Department of 

Justice Arguments in the Webster Case" 17 Law, Med. & Health 
Care (1989) 384-394. 

15. W. Dellinger and G.B. Sperling, "Abortion and the Supreme 
Court: The Retreat from Roe v. Wade" 138(1) Univ. Pennsylvania 
Law Rev. (1989) 83-118. 

16. R. Dworkin, "Taking Rights Seriously in the Abortion Case" 
3(1) Ratio Juris. (1990) 68-80. 

17. H. Eglit, "Health Care Allocation for the Elderly: Age 

Discrimination by Another Name?" 26(5) Houston Law Rev. (1989) 
813-900. 

18. S.R. Estrich and K.M. Sullivan, "Abortion Politics: Writing 
for an Audience of One" 138 Univ. Pennsylvania Law Rev. (1989) 
119-155. 

19. M.A. Field, "Controlling the Woman to Protect the Fetus" 17(2) 
Law, Med. & Health Care (1989) 114-129. 

20. M.A. Glendon, "A Beau Mentir Qui Vient de Loin: The 1988 

Canadian Abortion Decision in Comparative Perspective" 83(3) 
Northwestern Univ. Law Rev. (1989) 569-591. 

21. C.K. Goldberg, "Choosing Life After Death: Respecting 
Religious Beliefs and Moral Convictions in Near Death 
Decisions" 39(4) Syracuse Law Rev. (1988) 1197-1260. 

22. C. Hebert, "Prohibition of Public Funding for Abortion 
Counseling: Government Violation of Women's Constitutional 
Right of Privacy" 17(2) Hastings Constitutional Law Quarterly 
(1990) 421-437. 

23. S.L. Hubert, "Nebraska Fights the Trend to Recognize the 
Unborn Child Under its Wrongful Death Statute" 68(4) Nebraska 
Law Rev. (1989) 867-885. 

24. D. Johnsen, "From Driving to Drugs: Governmental Regulation of 

Pregnant Women's Lives After Webster " 138(1) Univ. 

Pennsylvania Law Rev. (1989) 179-215. 


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25. K.R. Lichtenberg, "Gestational Substance Abuse: A Call for a 
Thoughtful Legislative Response" 65 Washington Law Rev. (1990) 
377-396. 

26. M.L. McConnell, "'Even By Commonsense Morality': Morgentaler, 
Borowski and the Constitution of Canada" 68(4) Can. Bar Rev. 
(1989) 765-796. 

27. K.M. McCourt and D.J. Love, "Abortion and Section 7 of the 
Charter: Proposing a Constitutionally Valid Foetal Protection 
Law" 18(3) Manitoba Law J. 365-394. 

28. K. Moss, "Substance Abuse During Pregnancy" 13 Harvard Women's 
Law J. (1990) 278-299. 

29. National Legal Center Staff, "Medical Treatment for Older 
People and People with Disabilities: 1989 Developments" 5(4) 
Issues in Law & Med. (1990) 393-413. 

30. E. Frohman Plave, "The Phenomenon of Antique Laws: Can a State 
Revive Old Abortion Laws in a New Era?" 58(1) George 
Washington Law Rev. (1989) 111-124. 

31. K.L. Poliokas, "Anencephalic Newborns as Organ Donors: An 
Assessment of 'Death' and Legislative Policy" 31(1) William 
and Mary Law Rev. (1989) 197-239. 

32. P.G. Peters, Jr., "Protecting the Unconceived: Nonexistence, 
Avoidability, and Reproductive Technology" 31(3) Arizona Law 
Rev. (1989) 487-584. 

33. "Rethinking (M)otherhood: Feminist Theory and State Regulation 
of Pregnancy" 103(6) Harvard Law Rev. (1990) 1325-1343. 

34. J.A. Robertson, "In the Beginning: The Legal Status of Early 
Embryos" 76(3) Virginia Law J. (1990) 437-517. 

35. B.I. Robin-Vergeer, "The Problem of the Drug-Exposed Newborn: 
A Return to Principled Intervention" 42(3) Stanford Law Rev. 
(1990) 745-809. 

36. S.E. Rudolph, "Inequities in the Current Judicial Analysis of 
Misrepresentation of Fertility Claims" [1989] Univ. Chicago 
Legal Forum 331-354. 

37. M.J. Sandel, "Moral Argument and Liberal Toleration: Abortion 
and Homosexuality" 77(3) Calif. Law Rev. (1989) 521-560. 

38. D.M. Smolin, "Abortion Legislation After Webster v. 
Reproductive Health Services: Model Statutes and Commentaries" 
20(1) Cumberland Law Rev. (1989) 71-163. 


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39. S. Alter Tateishi, "Apprehending the Fetus En Ventre Sa Mere: 
A Study in Judicial Sleight of Hand" 53(1) Sask. Law Rev. 
(1989) 113-141. 

40. L.D. Wardle, "'Time Enough': Webstar v. Reproductive Health 
Services and the Prudent Pace of Justice" 41(5) Florida Law 
Rev. (1989) 881-986. 


Time Factors; 1991/92 Supplement 

1. A. B. Apel, "Operation Rescue and the Necessity Defense: 
Beginning A Feminist Deconstruction" 48(1) Washington & Lee 
Law Rev. (1991) 41-75. 

2. E.M. Auman, "Excluding Women from the Workplace: Employment 
Discrimination vs. Protecting Fetal Health" 55(3) Missouri Law 
Rev. (1990) 771-802. 

3. P.G. Barnes, "Civil Disobedience and Civil RECO: Anti- 
Abortionists as Racketeers" 93(2) W. Virginia Law Rev. (1991) 
359-385. 

4. K. Barrett, "Prosecuting Pregnant Addicts for Dealing to the 
Unborn" 33(1) Arizona Law Rev. (1991) 221-237. 

5. J. Berrien, "Pregnancy and Drug Use: The Dangerous and Unequal 
Use of Punitive Measures" 2(2) Yale J. Law & Feminism (1990) 
239-250. 

6. D.L. Beschle, "Juridical Review and Abortion in Canada: 
Lessons for the United States in the Wake of Webster v. 
Reproductive Health Seirvices " 61(3) Univ. Colorado Law Rev. 
(1990) 537-565. 

7. M.J. Beutler, "Abortion and the Viability Standard — Toward 
A More Reasoned Determination of the State's Countervailing 
Interest in Protecting Prenatal Life" 21(2) Seton Hall Law 
Rev. (1991) 347-386. 

8. J.Bopp, R.E. Coleson & B.A. Bostrom, "Does the United States 
Supreme Court have a Constitutional Duty to Expressly 
Reconsider and Overrule Roe v. Wade?" 1(1) Seton Hall Law 
School Constitutional Law J. (1990) 55-108. 

9. A.D. Boxerman, "The Use of the Necessity Defense by Abortion 
Clinic Protesters" 81(3) J. Crim. Law & Criminology (1990) 
677-712. 

B.J. Cox, "Refocusing Abortion Jurisprudence to Include the 
Woman: A Response to Bopp and Coleson and Webster v. 
Reproductive Health Services 3 Utah Law Rev. (1990) 543-611. 


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11. D. Crystal-Kirk, "Embryo Arrest: The 'No-Man's Land' Between 
Contraception and Abortion" 57(2) Medico-Legal J. (1990) 111- 
117. 

12. J.M. Cummings Jr., "The State, the Stork and the Wall: The 
Establishment Clause and Statutory Abortion Regulation" 39(4) 
Catholic Univ. Law Rev. (1990) 1191-1238. 

13. T.L. Davis, "Protecting the Cryopreserved Embryo," 57 
Tennessee Law Rev. (1990) 507-537. 

14. J. Denison, "The Efficacy and Constitutionality of Criminal 
Punishment for Maternal Substance Abuse" 64(4) So. Calif. Law 
Rev. (1991) 1103-1141. 

15. B.M. Dickens, "Comparative Judicial Embryology: Judges' 
Approaches to Unborn Human Life," 9 Can. J. Family Law (1990) 
180-192 . 

16. J.P. Dillman, "Prescription Drug Approval and Terminal 
Diseases: Desperate Times Require Desperate Measures," 44 
Vanderbilt Law Rev. (1991) 925-951. 

17. C.R. DiSalvo, "Abortion and Consensus: The Futility of Speech, 
the Power of Disobedience" 48(1) Washington & Lee Law Rev. 
(1991) 219-234. 

18. K.S. Dunn, "The Prize and the Price of Individual Agency: 
Another Perspective on Abortion and Liberal Government" 1 Duke 
Law J. (1990) 81-117. 

19. J. Eekelaar, "Parental Responsibility: State of Nature or 
Nature of the State?" 1 J. Social Welfare & Family Law (1991) 
37-50. 

20. R.D. Eggert, A.J. Klinghammer & J. Morrison, "'Of Winks and 
Nods' — Webster's Uncertain Effect on Current and Future 
Abortion Legislation" 55(1) Missouri Law Rev. (1990) 163-217. 

21. K.L. Faglioni, "Balancing First Amendment Rights of Abortion 
Protestors with the Rights of their 'Victims'" 48(1) 
Washington & Lee Law Rev. (1991) 347-380. 

22. S.J. Fox & D. Young, "International Protection of Children's 
Right to Health: The Medical Screening of Newborns" 11(1) 
Boston College Third World Law J. (1991) 1-43. 

23. A. D. Gale, "The Use of Civil RICO Against Antiabortion 
Protesters and the Economic Motive Requirement" 90(5) Columbia 
Law Rev. (1990) 1341-1375. 

24. S.B. Glink, "The Prosecution of Maternal Fetal Abuse: Is This 
the Answer?" 1991(2) Univ. Illinois Law Rev. 533-580. 


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25. A. Grubb, "Abortion Law — An English Perspective" 20(3) New 
Mexico Law Rev. (1990) 647-712 

26. B.R. Grumet, "Fertile Women May Now Apply: Fetal Protection 
Policies After Johnson Controls 2 Risk Issues in Health and 
Safety (1991) 261-276. 

27. M.C. Gualtieri, "Civil RICO — First Amendment — Third 
Circuit Applies Racketeering Statute to Civil Protestors — 
Anti-Abortion Protestors Found Liable" 35(3-4) Villanova Law 
Rev. (1990) 705-729. 

28. S.J. Heaney, "On the Legal Status of the Unborn" 33(4) The 
Catholic Lawyer (1991) 305-323. 

29. S. Heller, "Abortion Rights of Young Women: The Supreme Court 
Attacks the Most Vulnerable" 30(1) Washburn Law J. (1990) 15- 
28. 

30. J.L. Holmgren, "Legal Accountability and Fetal Alcohol 
Syndrome: When Fixing the Blame Doesn't Fix the Problem" 36(1) 
South Dakota Law Rev. (1991) 81-103. 

31. M.L. Jason, " International Union v. Johnson Controls Inc.: 
Controlling Women's Equal Employment Opportunities Through 
Fetal Protection Policies" 40(1) Amer. Univ. Law Rev. (1990) 
453-502. 

32. A. Johnson, "Abortion, Personhood, and Privacy in Texas" 68(7) 
Texas Law Rev. (1990) 1521-1544. 

33. P.L. Johnson, "Note: The Webster Aftermath and Black Women — 
Where Do They Fit in the Abortion Debate?" 7 Harvard 
BlackLetter J. (1990) 172-176. 

34. C.C. Kendall, "New York v. Sullivan: Shhh. . . .Don't Say the "A" 
Word! Another Outcome-Oriented Abortion Decision" 23(4) John 
Marshall Law Rev. (1990) 753-770. 

35. M.K. Kennedy, "Maternal Liability for Prenatal Injury Arising 
from Substance Abuse During Pregnancy: The Possibility of a 
Cause of Action in Pennsylvania" 29(3) Duquesne Law Rev. 
(1991) 553-578. 

36. R.H. Kim, "Reconciling Fetal/Maternal Conflicts" 27(2) Idaho 
Law Rev. (1990/91) 223-248. 

37. B.M. Knoppers, I. Brault & E. Sloss, "Abortion Law in 

Francophone Countries" 38(4) Amer. J. Comp. Law (1990) 889- 

922 . 


D.M. Korver, "The Constitutionality of Punishing Pregnant 
Substance Abusers Under Drug Trafficking Laws: The 


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Criminalization of a Bodily Function" 32(3) Boston College Law 
Rev. (1991) 629-662. 

39. C.A. Kyres, "A 'Cracked' Image of My Mother/ Myself? The Need 
for a Legislative Directive Proscribing Maternal Drug Abuse" 
25(4) New England Law Rev. (1991) 1325-1361. 

40. G.C. Leedes, "Liberalism, Republicanism and the Abortion 
Controversy" 35(3-4) Villanova Law Rev. (1990) 571-609. 

41. W.L. Leschensky, "Abortion Parental Notification Statutes" 
9(1) Harvard J. Law & Public Policy 237-259. 

42. A. S. Lopez, "Test Tube Babies, Surrogate Mothers, Frozen 
Embryos: Searching for Solutions" 20(3) New Mexico Law Rev. 
(1990) 647-712 

43. J.M.Z. Makdish, "Nutrition and Hydration Under Ohio's DPAH: 
Judicial Misconstruction Threatens the Right to Choose Death 
with Dignity" 38(1-2) Cleveland State Law Rev. (1990) 279-313. 

44. T.J. Meeks, "The Economic Efficiency and Equity of Abortion" 
6(1) Economics & Philosophy (1990) 95-130. 

45. M.R. Moretti, "Using Civil RICO to Battle Anti-Abortion 

Violence: Is the Last Weapon in the Arsenal a Sword of 
Damocles" 25(4) New England Law Rev. (1991) 1363-1414. 

46. D. Morgan, "Abortion: The Unexamined Ground" Criminal Law Rev. 
(Oct. 1990) 689-694. 

47. J.E. Myers, "A Limited Role for the Legal System in Responding 
to Maternal Substance Abuse During Pregnancy," 5 Notre Dame J. 
Law, Ethics & Public Policy (1991) 747-781. 

48. B.J. Naretto, "Employment Discrimination Made Easy: Fetal 
Protection Policies" 24(3) Valparaiso Univ. Law Rev. (1990) 
441-480. 

49. C.L. Neff, "Woman, Womb and Bodily Integrity" 3(2) Yale J. Law 
& Feminism" (1991) 327-353. 

50. J.A. Parness, "The Legal Status of the Unborn After Webster " 
95(1) Dickinson Law Rev. (1990) 1-22. 

51. J.A. Poole, " Northeast Women's Centre Inc. v. McMonagle: A 
Message to Political Activists" 23(2) Akron Law Rev. (1989) 
251-267. 

52. L.E. Reece, "Mothers Who Kill: Postpartum Disorders and 
Criminal Infanticide" 38(3) U.C.L.A. Law Rev. (1991) 699-757. 


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53. M.L. Riffaud, "Fetal Protection and UAM v. Johnson Controls, 
Inc.: Job Openings for Barren Women Only" 58(4) Fordham Law 
Rev. (1990) 843-863. 

54. D.E. Roberts, "Punishing Drug Addicts Who Have Babies: Women 

of Color, Equality, and the Right of Privacy" 104(7) Harvard 
Law Rev. (1991) 1419-1482. 

55. J. Rubenfeld, "On the Legal Status of the Proposition that 
"Life Begins at Conception" 43(3) Stanford Law Rev. (1991) 
599-635. " 

56. L. Rubenstein, "Prosecuting Maternal Substance Abusers: An 
Unjustified and Ineffective Policy" 9 Yale Law & Policy Rev. 
(1991) 130-160. 

57. R.L. Schwartz, "Euthanasia and the Right to Die: Nancy Cruzan 
and New Mexico," 20(3) New Mexico Law Rev. (1990) 647-712 

58. R.S. Silverstein, "Operation Rescue and the Right to Life 
Movement's 'Civil Disobedience'" 35(2) New York Law School Law 
Rev. (1990) 449-477. 

59. G.P. Smith, "Fetal Abuse: Culpable Behavior by Pregnant Women 
or Parental Immunity" 3(2) J. Law & Health (1989/90) 223-235. 

60. D.M. Smolin, "Why Abortion Rights are not Justified by 
Reference to Gender Equality: A Response to Professor Tribe" 
23(4) John Marshall Law Rev. (1990) 621-660. 

61. J.L. Terres, "Prenatal Cocaine Exposure: How Should the 
Government Intervene?" 18(1) Amer. J. Crim. Law (1990) 61-86. 

62. W. Van Alstyne, "Closing the Circle of Constitutional Review 

from Griswold v. Connecticut to Roe v. Wade: An Outline of a 
Decision Merely Overruling Roe " 6 Duke Law J. (1989) 1677- 

1688. 

63. J.W. Whitehead, "Civil Disobedience and Operation Rescue: A 
Historical and Theoretical Analysis" 48(1) Washington & Lee 
Law Rev. (1991) 77-122. 

64. M.D. Wilkins, "Solving the Problem of Prenatal Substance 
Abuse: An Analysis of Punitive and Rehabilitative Approaches" 
39(4) Emory Law J. (1990) 1401-1442. 

65. L.B. Wright, "Fetus vs. Mother: Criminal Liability for 
Maternal Substance Abuse During Pregnancy" 36(3) Wayne Law 
Rev. (1990) 1285-1318. 


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Time Factors: 1992/93 Supplement 

1. D. Myers Ambrogi, "Legal Issues in Nursing Home 

Administration" 18(3) Law, Med. & Health Care (Fall 1990) 254- 

262. 

2. B.L. Becker, "Order in the Court: Challenging Judges Who 

Incarcerate Pregnant, Substance-Dependent Defendants to 
Protect Fetal Health" 19(1) Hastings Const'1 Law Quarterly 
(Fall 1991) 235-259. 

3. B. Bennett, "Pregnant Women and the Duty to Rescue: A Feminist 
Response to the Fetal Rights Debate" 9(1) Law in Context 
(1991) 70-91. 

4. D.F. Chavkin, "'For Their Own Good': Civil Commitment of 

Alcohol and Drug-Dependent Pregnant Women" 37(2) South Dakota 
Law Rev. (1992) 224-288. 

5. D.M. Doiron, "A Better Interpretation of the Wrongful Death 
Act" 43(2) Maine Law Rev. (1991) 449-485. 

6. N. Neveloff Dubler, "Refusals of Medical Care in the Home 
Setting" 18(3) Law, Med. & Health Care (Fall 1990) 227-233. 

7. M.T. Flannery, "Court-Ordered Prenatal Intervention: A Final 
Means to the End of Gestational Substance Abuse" 3-0(3) J. 
Family Law (1991/92) 519-604. 

8. S. Anderson Garcia, "Drug Addiction and Mother/Child Welfare: 
Rights, Laws, and Discretionary Decisionmaking" 13(2) J. of 
Legal Med. (1992) 129-203, 

9. M.M. Hershiser, "Preconception Tort Liability - The Duty to 
Third Generations: Enright v. Eli Lilly & Co." 24(4) Creighton 
Law Rev. (1991) 1479-1513. 

10. E.B. Hirshfeld, "Should Ethical and Legal Standards for 
Physicians be Changed to Accommodate New Models for Rationing 
Health Care?" 140(5) Univ. Penn. Law Rev. (1992) 1809-1846. 

11. R. Holland, "Criminal Sanctions for Drug Abuse During 
Pregnancy: The Antithesis of Fetal Health" 8(2) J. of Human 
Rights (1991) 415-459. 

12. P.A. Hommel, L. Wang, and J.A. Bergman, "Trends in 

Guardianship Reform: Implications for the Medical and Legal 
Professions" 18(3) Law, Med. & Health Care (Fall 1990) 213- 

226. 

S.H. Johnson, "The Fear of Liability and the Use of Restraints 
in Nursing Homes" 18(3) Law, Med. & Health Care (Fall 1990) 
263-273. 


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14. L. Jorgenson and R.M. Randles, "Time Out: The Statute of 
Limitations and Fiduciary Theory in Psychotherapist Sexual 
Misconduct Cases" 44(2) Oklahoma Law Rev. (Summer 1991) 181- 
225. 

15. B. Lo, "Assessing Decision-Making Capacity" 18(3) Law, Med. & 
Health Care (Fall 1990) 193-201 

16. M.L. Mascaro, "Preconception Tort Liability: Recognizing a 
Strict Liability Course of Action for DES Grandchildren" 17(4) 
Amer. J. Law & Med. (1991) 435-455. 

17. G.A. Meadows, "Wrongful Death and the Lost Society of the 
Unborn" 13(1) J. Legal Med. (1992) 99-114. 

18. B. Driscoll Osowski, "The Need for Logic and Consistency in 
Fetal Rights" 68(1) North Dakota Law Rev. (1992) 171-208. 

19. J. Persels, "The Norplant Condition: Protecting the Unborn or 
Violating Fundamental Rights?" 13(2) J. of Legal Med. (1992) 
237-262. 

20. J.P. Phelan, "The Maternal Abdominal Wall: A Fortress Against 
Fetal Health Care?" 65(1) So. Calif. Law Rev. (1991) 461-490. 

21. G.A. Sachs and C.K. Cassel, "Biomedical Research Involving 
Older Human Subjects" 18(3) Law, Med. & Health Care (Fall 
1990) 234-243 

22. N.K. Schiff, "Legislation Punishing Drug Use During Pregnancy: 
Attack on Women's Rights in the Name of Fetal Protection" 
19(1) Hastings Const'1 Law Quarterly (Fall 1991) 197-234. 

23. M. Shaffer, "R. v. Sullivan and Lemay: A Case Comment" 36(4) 
McGill Law J. (1991) 1369-1381. 

24. G.B. Smith and G.M. Dabiri, "Prenatal Drug Exposure: The 
Constitutional Implications of Three Governmental Approaches" 
2(1) Const'1 Law J. (1991) 53-126. 

25. A.H. Smith and J. Rother, "Older Americans and the Rationing 
of Health Care" 140(5) Univ. Penn. Law Rev. (1992) 1847-1857. 

26. R.I. Solomon, "Future Fear: Prenatal Duties Imposed by Third 
Parties" 17(4) Amer. J. Law & Med. (1991) 411-434. 

27. E.L. Townsend, "Maternal Drug Use During Pregnancy as Child 

Neglect or Abuse" 93(4) West Virginia Law Rev. (1991) 1083- 

1100 . 


R.M. Trindel, "Fetal Interests vs. Maternal Rights: Is the 
State Going Too Far?" 24(3&4) Akron Law Rev. (Spring 1991) 
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29. C. Wells and D. Morgan, "Whose Foetus Is It?" 18(4) J. of Law 
& Society (Winter 1991) 431-447. 

30. J.M. Wilton, "Compelled Hospitalization and Treatment During 
Pregnancy: Mental Health Statutes as Models for Legislation to 
Protect Children from Prenatal Drug and Alcohol Exposure" 
25(2) Family Law Quarterly (Summer 1991) 149-170. 

31. L. Van Dyck, "The Costs of Fetal Protection" 23(4) Connecticut 

Law Rev. (1991) 1049-1086. 


Time Factors: 1993/94 Supplement 

1. L.B. Andrews, "Regulation of Experimentation on the Unborn" 
14(1) J. Legal Med. (1993) 25-56. 

2. R.I. Augustine, "Pregnancy and Addiction: Eliminating the 
Saint/Sinner Motif" 6 Wisconsin Women's L.J. (1991) 151-172. 

3. S.W. Calhoun and A. E. Sexton, "Is It Possible to Take Both 
Fetal Life and Women Seriously? Professor Laurence Tribe and 
his Reviewers" 49(2) Washington Univ. L.R. (1992) 437-486. 

4. E.W. Clayton, "Screening and Treatment of Newborns" 29(1) 
Houston L.R. (1992) 85-148. 

5. B.M. Dickens, "Child Abuse and Criminal Process: Dilemmas in 
Punishment and Protection" in Child Abuse eds. A. Carmi and H. 
Zimrim (Berlin/N.Y.: Springer-Verlag, 1984) 77-92. 

6. M.A. Hammer, "The Constitutional, Judicial and Social Pitfalls 
Attendant to the Criminalization of Prenatal Maternal 
Substance Abuse: A Plea for Governmental Uniformity and Mercy" 
22(4) Seton Hall L.R. (1992) 1456-1504. 

7. M. Hansen, "Courts Side with Moms in Drug Cases" ABA Journal 
(Nov. 1992) 18. 

8. J.E. Jones, "State Intervention in Pregnancy" 52(5) Louisiana 
L.R. (1992) 1159-1181. 

9. M.B. Kapp, "Who's the Parent Here? The Family's Impact on the 
Autonomy of Older Persons" 41(3) Emory L.J. (1992) 773-803. 

10. S.R. McCavitt, "The 'Born Alive' Rule: A Proposed Change to 
the New York Law Based on Modern Medical Technology" XXXVI(4) 
New York L.S. L.R.(1991) 609-641. 

11. M.J. McCormack, "The Plight of Elderly Nursing Home Residents 
in Louisiana" 38(1) Loyola L.R. (1992) 153-180. 




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12. D. McKerlie, "Equality Between Age Groups" 21(3) Phil. & Pub. 
Affairs 275-295. 

13. D.H. Montague and S.E. McLauchlin, "Drug Exposed Infants: En 
Ventre Sa Mere—And In Need of Protection" 44(3) Baylor L.R. 
(1992) 485-527. 

14. J.A. Parness, "Arming the Pregnancy Police: More Outlandish 
Concoctions?" 53(2) Louisiana L.R. (1992) 427-448. 

15. J.E. Rein, "Preserving Dignity and Self-Determination of the 
Elderly" 60(6) George Washington L.R. (1992) 427-448. 

16. P.D.G. Skegg, "Medical Uses of Corpses and the 'No Property' 
Rule" 32(4) Medicine, Science and the Law (1992) 311-318. 


Time Factors; 1994/95 Supplement 


1. Stefanie Lee Black, "Competing Interests in the Fetus: A Look 
into Paternal Rights after Planned Parenthood v. Casey " 28(4) 
Wake Forest L.R. (1993) 987-1036. 

2. Elizabeth Clark, "Impacts of Modern Life Support Techniques on 
Wrongful Death Actions Brought after Final Personal Injury 
Judgments" 16(2) U. Puget Sound L.R. (1993) 711-739. 

3. Douglas Hodgson, "The Child's Right to a Legal Identity" 7(2) 
Australian J. Fam.L. (1993) 121-136. 

4. David T. McDowell, "Death of an Idea: The Anencephalic as an 
Organ Donor" 72(4) Texas L.R. (1994) 893-930. 

5. Jean Reith Schroedel and Paul Peretz, "A Gender Analysis of 
Policy Formation: The Case of Fetal Abuse" 19(2) J. Health 
Politics, Policy & L. (1994) 335-360. 

6. Bonnie Steinbock, "Maternal-Fetal Conflict and In Utero Fetal 
Therapy" 57(3) Albany L.R.(1994) 781-795. 

7. Hollace S.W. Swanson, "Donor Anonymity in Artificial 
Insemination: Is It Still Necessary?" 27(1) Col.J. L. & Soc. 
Problems (1993) 151-190. 


Time Factors: 1995/96 Supplement 

1. A.M. Capron, "Life's Sacred Value - Common Ground or 
Battleground?" 92(6) Michigan Law Rev. (1994) 1491-1509. 

2. T. Edelman, "The Changing Long-Term Care Industry: 'New' 
Levels of Care" 28(6) Clearinghouse Rev. (1994) 630-636. 





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3. A. Enneking, "The Missouri Supreme Court Recognizes 

Preconception Tort Liability: Lough v. Rolla Women 's Clinic, 
Inc. " UMKC Law Rev. 63(1) (1994) 165-184. 

4. K.A. Farr, "Fetal Abuse and the Criminalization of Behavior 
During Pregnancy" 41(2) Crime & Delinquency (1995) 235-245. 

5. K. Freeman, "The Unborn Child and the European Convention on 
Human Rights: To Whom Does 'Everyone's Right to Life' Belong?" 
8(2) Emory Int'l Law Rev. (1994) 615-65. 

6. C.J. Grainger, "Wrongful Life" A Wrong without a Remedy" 2(3) 
Tort L.J. (1994) 164-74. 

7. D. Hodgson, "The child's right to life, survival and 
development" 2(4) Int'l J. Children's Rights (1994) 369-93. 

8. S.Issacharoff & E. Rosenblum, "Women and the Workplace: 
Accommodating the Demands of Pregnancy" 94(7) Columbia Law 
Rev. (1994) 2154-2221. 

9. M.B. Kapp,l "Family Caregiving for Older Persons in the Home: 
Medical-Legal Implications" 16(1) J. Legal Medicine (1995) 1- 
31. 

10. M.L. Kime, " Hughes v. State : The 'Born Alive' Rule Dies a 
Timely Death" 30(3) U. Tulsa L.J. (1995) 539-58. 

11. A.D. Lederman, "A Womb of My Own: A Moral Evaluation of Ohio's 
Treatment of Pregnant Patients with Living Wills" 45(1) Case 
Western Law Rev. (1994) 351-77. 

12. P.B. Linton, " Planned Parenthood v. Casey : The Flight from 
Reason in the Supreme Court" 13(1) Saint Louis Univ. Public 
Law Rev. (1993) 15-119. 

13. M.J. Malinowski, "Coming into Being: Law, Ethics, and the 
Practice of Prenatal Genetic Screening" 45(6) Hastings L.J. 
(1994) 1435-1525. 

14. T. McGleenan, " Bourne Again? Abortion Law in Northern Ireland 
after Re K and Re A " 45(4) Northern Ireland L.Q. (1994) 389- 
94 . 

15. E.G. Patterson, "Human Rights and Human Life" An Uneven Fit" 
68(6) Tulane Law Rev. (1994) 1527-61. 

16. B. Radford & G. Shaw, "Beyond Roe and Abstract Rights: 
American Public Health and the Imperative for Abortion as a 
Part of Mainstream Medical Care" 13(1) Saint Louis Univ. 
Public Law Rev. (1993) 207-19. 











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17. C.P. Sabatino, "Ten Legal Myths about Advance Medical 
Directives" 28(6) Clearinghouse Rev. (1994) 653-7. 

18. K.C. Shen, "The Lack of a Judicial Policy Addressing Maternal 
Drug Abuse Cases: Commonwealth v. Welch . 864 S.W.2d 280" 17(3) 
Harvard J. Law & Public Policy 929-41. 

19. R.L. West, "The Nature of the Right to an Abortion: A 
Commentary on Professor Brownstein's Analysis of Casey " 45(4) 
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VIII. BIOTECHNOLOGY 

1. J. Abbas, et al., "Model Human Reproductive Technologies and 
Surrogacy Act" 72 Iowa Law Rev. (1987) 943-1013. 

2. R.M. Baron, "Asserting Jurisdiction Over the Providers of 
Human Donor Organs: State of Missouri ex Rel. Wichita Falls 
General Hospital v. Adolph " 92(2) Dickinson Law Rev. 393-399. 

3. D.J. Besharov and J.D. Silver, "Rationing Access to Advanced 
Medical Techniques" J. of Legal Med. (1987) 507-532. 

4. K. Bozicevic, "Contributory Infringement and the Molecular 
Biologist" 70(4) J. of the Patent and Trademark Office Society 
237-260. 

5. S. Brodribb, "Off the Pedestal and Onto the Block? Motherhood, 
Reproductive Technologies, and The Canadian State" 1(2) Can. 
J. Women & the Law (1986) 407-423. 

6. A. Morgan Capron, "Alternative Birth Technologies: Legal 
Challenges" 20(4) Univ. of Calif. Davis Law Rev. 679-704. 

7. M.N. Coleman, "Embryo Transplant, Parental Conflict and 
Reproductive Freedom: A Prospective Analysis of Issues and 
Arguments Created by Forthcoming Technology" 15(3) Hofstra Law 
Rev. 609-630. 

8. C. Corns, "In Vitro Fertilization: The Problem of Regulation" 
61(8) Law Institute J. 791-799. 

9. Curie-Cohen, et al., "Current Practice of Artificial 
Insemination by Donor in the United States" 300(11) New 
England J. of Medicine 585-591. 

10. R.S. Eisenberg, "Proprietary Rights and the Norms of Science 
in Biotechnology Research" 97(2) Yale Law J. 177-231. 

11. S. Elias, "Social Policy Considerations in Noncoital 
Reproduction" 255(1) J. of the Amer. Med. Assoc. 62-68. 

12. S. Evers, et al., "Public Awareness of Organ Donation" 138 

Can. Med. Assoc. J. (1988) 237-239. 

13. J. Favre-Jones, "Rivera v. Minnich: Paternity Suits and the 
Negligible Burden of Proof" 32 St. Louis Law J. (1988) 803- 
827. 

14. L. Fox, "The Gift of Life: New Laws, Old Dilemmas, and the 
Future of Organ Procurement" 21 Akron Law Rev. (1988) 443-87. 



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15. R. Hardiman, "Toward the Right of Commerciality: Recognizing 
Property Rights in the Commercial Value of Human Tissue" 34(1) 
U.C.L.A. Law Rev. 207-264. 

16. A. Harris and D.S. Klein, "New Biology Poses New Problems" 
127(2) Trusts and Estates 50-60. 

17. B. Hilaire, "Biotechnology - Can the Law Cope?" 15(2) Anglo- 
American Law Rev. 149-169. 

18. B. Hoffmaster, "The Ethics of Patenting Higher Life Forms" 4 
Intellectual Property J. (1988) 1-24. 

19. G. A. Jaffe, "Inadeguacies in the Federal Regulation of 
Biotechnology" 11(2) Harvard Environmental Law Rev. 491-550. 

20. I. Jakobovits, "Human Fertilization and Embryology - A Jewish 
View" 27(3) Med. Sci. Law 185-190. 

21. E.G. Jarworski, "Biotechnology: Prospects and Perspectives" 34 
Univ. of Kansas Law Rev. (1986) 655-663. 

22. D.H. Kaye and R. Kanwischer, "Admissibility of Genetic Testing 
in Paternity Litigation: A Survey of State Statutes" 22 Family 
Law Quarterly (1988) 109-122. 

23. B.M. Knoppers, "Genetic Information and the Law: Constraints, 

Liability and Rights" 135 Can. Med. Assoc. J. (1986) 1257- 

1260. 

24. C.A. Meyers, "The High Cost of Free Prescription Drug Samples: 
An Argument for Federal Regulation" 9(6) Larduzo Law Rev. 
1735-1777. 

25. G.J. Mossinghoff, "Research-Based Pharmaceutical Companies: 
The Need for Improved Patent Protection Worldwide" 2 J. of Law 
& Technology (1987) 307-324. 

26. J.A. Priest, "Assisted Reproduction - Developments in England" 
37(3) Int'l & Comparative Law Quarterly 535-550. 

27. J.W. Schlicher, "Some Thoughts on the Law and Economics of 
Licensing Biotechnology Patient and Related Property Rights in 
the U.S." 69(5) J. of the Patent & Trademark Office Society" 
263-283. 

28. M.H. Shapiro, "Introduction to the Issue: Some Dilemmas of 
Biotechnical Research" 51 So. Calif. Law Rev. 987-1006. 

29. R. Singh, "Infertility Treatment and the Courts" (18) Family 
Law (1988) 299-307. 


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30. G.P. Smith, "Biotechnology and the Law: Social Responsibility 
or Freedom of Scientific Inquiry" 39 Mercer Law Rev. (1988) 
437-461. 

31. E.S. Spencer, "Maximizing Use of a Scarce National Resource: 
An Analysis of Alternatives for Establishing Uniform Standards 
of Conduct for Organ Procurement Agencies" 42 Food Drug 
Cosmetic Law J. (1987) 430-484. 

32. J.J. Tait, "Reproductive Technology and the Rights of Disabled 
Persons" 1 Can. J. Women & the Law (1986) 446-455. 

33. J. Taitz, "The Law Relating to the Consummation of Marriage 
where one of the Spouses is a Post Operative Transsexual" 
15(2) Anglo-American Law Rev. 141-149. 

34. J. Taitz, "Transsexuals and Sexual Identity" 51 Modern Law 
Rev. (1988) 502-508. 

35. D. Vetri, "Reproductive Technologies and U.S. Law" 37(3) Int'l 
& Comparative Law Quarterly 505-534. 

36. W.H. Von Oehsen III, "Regulating Genetic Engineering in an Era 
of Increased Judicial Deference: A Proper Balance of the 
Federal Powers" 40 Admin. Law Rev. 303-344. 

37. A. B. Wagner, "Human Tissue Research: Who Owns the Result?" 
69(6) J. of the Patent & Trademark Office Society 329-352. 

38. M.J. Walker, "Fetal Tissue Harvesting: Should Courts be the 
Final Arbiter?" 23 Gonzaga Law Rev. (1987/88) 621-634. 

39. R.M. White and J.J.D. Greenwood, "DNA Fingerprinting and the 
Law" 51(2) The Modern Law Rev. 145-155. 

40. W.W. Withers and P.G. Kenworthy, "Biotechnology: Can a New 
Technology Survive?" 31(3) St. Louis Univ. Law J. 673-697. 

41. K.C.Z. Zoon, "The Impact of New Biotechnology on the 
Regulation of Drugs and Biologies" 41 Food Drug Cosmetic Law 
J. 429-432. 

42. L.B. Zornoza, "The Ethics and Economics of Unapproved New Drug 
Export" 21 George Washington J. of Int'l Law & Economics 
(1987) 315-345. 


Biotechnology: 1989/90 Supplement 

1. G. Annas, "The Impact of Medical Technology on the Pregnant 
Woman's Right to Privacy" 13(2-3) Amer. J. of Law & Med. 
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2. R. Bovbjerg, "Human Organ Transplantation: Societal, Medical- 
Legal, Regulatory, and Reimbursement Issues" 9 J. of Legal 
Med. (1988) 467-479. 

3. G. Bradley, "The Effects and Legal Ramification of Drug 

Testing in the Workplace: The Controversy Continues" 13 
Thurgood Marshall Law Rev. (1988) 161-176. 

4. V. Brannigan, "Biotechnology: A First Order Technico-Legal 
Revolution" 16 Hofstra Law Rev. (1988) 545-581. 

5. J. Brinton, "Biotechnology Licensing: Issues from the 

University Perspective" 16 Amer. Intellectual Property Law 
Assoc. Quarterly. J. (1988/89) 479-505. 

6. S. Burshtein, "Licensing Unpatented Technology" 43 Food & Drug 
Cosmetic Law J. (1988) 637-640. 

7. J.F. Childress, "Ethical Criteria for Procuring and 

Distributing Organs for Transplantation" 14 J. of Health 
Politics, Policy and Law (1989) 87-113. 

8. J. Clarke, "Federal Preemption: A Vaccine Manufacturers 

Defense" 56 Univ. Missouri - Kansas City Law Rev. (1988) 515- 
544. 

9. K. DeBre, "Patents on People and the U.S. Constitution: 
Creating Slaves or Enslaving Science?" 16 Hastings 
Constitutional Law Quarterly (1989) 221-259. 

10. E. Dobberstein, "Drug Testing: The Toughest Competition an 
Athlete Ever Faces" 13 Thurgood Marshall Law Rev. (1988) 143- 
160. 

11. S. Drob and R. Berger, "The Determination of Malingering: A 
Comprehensive Clinical-Forensic Approach" J. of Psychiatry & 
Law (Winter 1987) 519-538. 

12. A. Eser, "Embryo Experimentation: Legal Aspects in a 
Comparative Perspective" Comparative and Int'l J. of Southern 
Africa (1988) 356-382. 

13. E. Gartner, "Regulating the Export of Unapproved Drugs: An 
Examination of the Drug Export Amendments Act of 198 6" 19 
Columbia Human Rights Law Rev. (1987) 97-121. 

14. D. Greenblatt, "Urine Drug Testing: What Does it Test?" 2 3 New 
England Law Rev. (1988-89) 561-666. 

D. Jabbari, "The Ethics of Infertility Treatment and Embryonic 
Research: Implications for Legislation" 39 Northern Ireland 
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16. D. Jones, "Artificial Procreation, Societal Reconceptions: 
Legal Insight from France" 3 6 Amer. J. of Comparative Law 
(1988) 525-545. 

17. P. Kidwell, "'Cancerphobia' and Increased Risk of Developing 
Cancer Due to Toxic Exposure: Will it Spread to Missouri?" 53 
Missouri Law Rev. (1988) 325-354. 

18. C. Labrusse-Riou, "Should There be Governmental Guidelines in 
Bioethics? The French Approach" 12 Boston College Int'l and 
Comparative Law Rev. (1989) 89-101. 

19. I. Marcus, et al., "The James McCormick Mitchell Lecture - 

Looking Toward the Future: Feminism and Reproductive 

Technologies" 37 Buffalo Law Rev. (1988/89) 203-255. 

20. G. Martin, "Why Not Understand Drug Testing" 2 3 New England 
Law Rev. (1988-89) 645-649. 

21. T. McCormack, "Public Policies and Reproductive Technology: A 
Feminist Critique" 9 Can. Public Policy (1988) 361-375. 

22. R. Merges, "Intellectual Property in Higher Life Forms: The 
Patent System and Controversial Technologies" 47 Maryland Law 
Rev. (1988) 1051-1075. 

23. J. Merny, "The Bioengineering Revolution: Genesis of a 
Compromise Solution" 20 Pacific Law J. (1988) 163-196. 

24. M. Metzger, "Legal Implications of Computer - Aided Medical 
Diagnosis" 9 J. Legal Med. (1988) 313-328. 

25. P.D. Morris, "Actual Reduction to Practice in Biotechnology" 
71 J. of Patent and Trademark Office Sociology (1989) 311-319. 

26. National Legal Center, "Medical Treatment for Older People and 
People with Disabilities: 1988 Developments" 4 Issues in Law 
& Med. (1989) 427-454. 

27. S.M. Pape, "Regulation of New Technologies: Is Biotechnology 
Unique?" 44 Food & Drug Cosmetic Law J. (1989) 173-179. 

28. L. Rebbe, "Misrepresentation, Conversion, and Commercial Human 
Tissue Research" 66 Washington Univ. Law Quarterly (1988) 643- 
669. 

29. J. Robertson, "Fetal Tissue Transplants" 66 Washington Univ. 
Law Quarterly (1988) 443-498. 

30. J. Robertson, "Technology and Motherhood: Legal and Ethical 
Issues in Human Egg Donation" 39 Case Western Reserve Law Rev. 
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31. M. Rothstein, "The University of Chicago Legal Forum 1988: 
Testing in the Workplace - Medical Screening and Employment 
Law: A Note of Caution and Some Observations" Univ. of Chicago 
Law Forum (1988) i-ii, 1-56. 

32. P.M. Schuck, "Government Funding for Organ Transplants" 14 J. 
of Health Politics, Policy and Law (1989) 169-190. 

33. A. Scott, "Death Unto Life: Anencephalic Infants as Organ 
Donors" 74 Virginia Law Rev. (1988) 1527-1566. 

34. A. Shapira, "Public Control Over Biomedical Experiments 
Involving Human Beings: An Israeli Perspective" in Stuart 
Spicker et al. (eds.) The Use of Human Beings in Research . 
Kluwer Academic Publishers (1988) 103-119. 

35. G. Shines, "Blood Grouping and Genetic Marker Evidence: The 
Use of Electrophoretic Testing" Crim. Law Bulletin (Nov.-Dec. 
1988) 475-491. 

36. S. Shulman, and B. Richard "The 1987 Canadian Patent Law 

Amendments: Revised Pharmaceutical Compulsory Licensing 

Provisions" 43 Food Drug Cosmetic Law J. 745-757. 

37. J. Taitz, "Judicial Determination of the Sexual Identity of 
Post-Operative Transsexuals: A New Form of Sex Discrimination" 
13(1) Amer. J. of Law & Med. (1987) 53-69. 

38. F.Y. Tang, "Recent Development of Patent Law Protection for 
Products of Genetic Engineering in Great Britain" 15 Syracuse 
J. of Int'l Law & Comm. (1988) 125-139. 

39. N. Terry, "Politics and Privacy: Refining the Ethical and 
Legal Issues in Fetal Tissue Transplantation" 66 Washington 
Univ. Law Quarterly (1988) 523-551. 

40. B. Thompson, "Drug Testing: Some Fundamental Conceptual and 
Juristic Problems 22 Akron Law Rev. (1988) 123-132. 


Biotechnology; 1990/91 Supplement 

1. E.S. Anderson, "Is Women's Labor a Commodity?" 19(1) 
Philosophy & Public Affairs 71-92. 

2. R. Bailey-Harris, "Sex Change in the Criminal Law and Beyond" 
13(6) Crim. Law J. (1989) 353-367. 

3. A.R. Bauer, "Bioethical and Legal Issues in Fetal Organ and 

Tissue Transplantation" 26(5) Houston Law Rev. (1989) 955- 

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4. M.S. Bernabe, "Legislating Surrogate Parenting Arrangements in 

Iowa: The After effects of the 'Baby M' Decision" 38(1) Drake 
Law Rev. (1988/89) 103-128. 

5. J. Swenson Bregman, "Conceiving to Abort and Donate Fetal 
Tissue: New Ethical Strains in the Transplantation Field - A 
Survey of Existing Law and a Proposal for Change" 36(6) 
U.C.L.A. Law Rev. (1989) 1167-1205. 

6. E.A. Bryant, "In the Interest of R.C., Minor Child: The 
Colorado Artificial Insemination by Donor Statute and the Non- 
Traditional Family" 67(1) Denver Univ. Law Rev. (1990) 79-89. 

7. B.J. Carney, "Where Do the Children Go? - Surrogate Mother 
Contracts and the Best Interests of the Child" 22 Suffolk 
Univ. Law Rev. (1988) 1187-1217. 

8. L.R. Cohen, "Increasing the Supply of Transplant Organs: The 
Virtues of a Futures Market" 58(1) George Washington Law Rev. 
(1989) 1-51. 

9. "Developments - Medical Technology and the Law" 103(7) Harvard 
Law Rev. (1990) 1520-1676. 

10. R.S. Eisenberg, "Patents and the Progress of Science: 
Exclusive Rights and Experimental Use" 56(3) Univ. Chicago Law 
Rev. (1989) 1017-1086. 

11. C. Ernst, "Psychological Aspects of Artificial Procreation" 
3(1) Int'l J. of Law and the Family (1989) 89-105. 

12. N.E. Field, "Evolving Conceptualizations of Property: A 
Proposal to De-Commercialize the Value of Fetal Tissue" 99(1) 
Yale Law J. (1989) 169-186. 

13. R.E. Fishman, "Patenting Human Beings: Do Sub-Human Creatures 
Deserve Constitutional Protection?" 15(4) Amer. J. Law & Med. 
(1989) 461-482. 

14. B.M. Helgoe, "Thermography as Admissible Scientific Evidence 
in New Jersey Courts" 21(2) Rutgers Law J. (1990) 447-467. 

15. D.E. Hoffman, "The Biotechnology Revolution and its Regulatory 
Evolution" 38(3) Drake Law Rev. (1988/89) 471-550. 

16. J.J. Howard, "Biotechnology, Patients' Rights, and the Moore 
Case" 44(4) Food Drug Cosmetic Law J. 331-358. 

E.S. Jaffe, "She's Got Bette Davis['s] Eyes": Assessing the 
Non-Consensual Removal of Cadaver Organs Under the Takings and 
Due Process Clauses" 90(2) Columbia Law Rev. (1990) 528-574. 


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18. P. Kasimba, "Regulating IVF Human Embryo Experimentation: The 
Search for a Legal Basis" 62 Australian Law J. (1988) 128-138. 

19. P. Kasimba and S. Buckle, "Guardianship and the IVF Human 

Embryo" 17(1) Melbourne Univ. Law Rev. (1989) 139-152. 

20. D.M. Koenig, "The Regulation of Modern Biomedical Techniques" 
38(4) DePaul Law Rev. (1989) 1013-1050. . 

21. D.L. Moore, "Anencephalic Infants as Sources of Transplantable 
Organs" 30(2) Jurimetrics J. (1990) 189-221. 

22. C.D. Naylor, "The Role of the Family in Cadaveric Organ 
Procurement" 65(1) Indiana Law J. (1989) 167-189. 

23. M. Otlowski, "The Legal Status of a Sexually Reassigned 

Transsexual: R v. Harris and McGuiness and Beyond" 64(1-2) 
Australian Law J. (1990) 67-74. 

24. R.A. Posner, "The Ethics and Economics of Enforcing Contracts 
of Surrogate Motherhood" 5 J. Contemp. Health Law & Policy 
(1989) 21-31. 

25. S. A. Rush, "Touchdowns, Toddlers, and Taboos: On Paying 

College Athletes and Surrogate Contract Mothers" 31(3) Arizona 
Law Rev. (1989) 549-614. 

26. I.S. Russell, "Within the Best Interests of the Child: The 

Factor of Parental Status in Custody Disputes Arising From 
Surrogacy Contracts" (1988-89) 27(3) J. Family Law (1988/89) 
587-671. 

27. C.E. Schneider, "Surrogate Motherhood from the Perspective of 
Family Law" 13(1) Harvard J. of Law & Public Policy 125-157. 

28. S.A. Shapiro, "Biotechnology and the Design of Regulation" 
17(1) Ecology Law Quarterly (1990) 1-70. 

29. G.N. Skoloff and E.J. O'Donnell, "Baby M: A Disquieting 

Decision" 18(4) Seton Hall Law Rev. (1988) 827-954. 

30. N. Taub, "Surrogacy: Sorting Through the Alternatives" 4(2) 
Berkeley Women's Law J. 285-299. 

W.J. Wagner, "The New Reproductive Technologies and the Law: 
A Roman Catholic Perspective" 4 J. Contemporary Health Law & 
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Biotechnology; 1991/92 Supplement 

1. J.M. Aragona, "Dangerous Relations: Doctors and Extracorporeal 
Embryos, The Need for New Limits to Medical Inquiry" 7 J. 
Contemporary Health Law & Policy (1991) 307-337. 

2. S.P. Berenbaum, " Davis v. Davis: Frozen Embryos and the 
Thawing of Procreative Liberties" 36(3) Wayne Law Rev. (1990) 
1337-1360. 

3. W.D. Bowie, "Multiplication and Division - New Math for the 
Courts: New Reproductive Technologies Create Potential Legal 
Time Bombs," 95 Dickinson Law Rev. (1990) 155-181. 

4. B. Brandon, "Anencephalic Infants as Organ Donors: A Question 
of Life or Death" 40(3) Case Western Reserve Law Rev. 
(1989/90) 781-824. 

5. M.B. Bray, "Personalizing Personality: Toward a Property Right 
in Human Bodies," 69 Texas Law Rev. (1990) 209-244. 

6. R.J. Cook, "Antiprogestin Drugs: Medical and Legal Issues," 42 
Mercer Law Rev. (1991) 971-987. 

7. C. Cranor and K. Nutting, "Scientific and Legal Standards of 
Statistical Evidence in Toxic Tort and Discrimination Suits" 
9(2) Law & Phil. (1990) 115-156. 

8. L. Daniels, "Commercialization of Human Tissues: Has 
Biotechnology Created the Need for an Expanded Scope of 
Informed Consent?" 27(1) Calif. Western Law Rev. (1990) 209- 
230. 

9. M. De Blois, "Experiments on Human Beings and International 
Law" 3(1) Leiden J. Int'l Law (1990) 18-34. 

10. E. Deutsch, "The Use of Human Tissue, Particularly Foetal 
Tissue, in Neurosurgery" 9(1) Med. & Law (1990) 671-674. 

11. M.J. DiRusso, "DNA 'Profiles': The Problems of Technology 
Transfer" 8(1) N.Y. Law School J. of Human Rights (1990) 183- 
225. 

12. G. Douglas, "The Human Fertilisation and Embryology Act 1990" 
21 Family Law (1991) 110-116. 

13. S.M. Easton, "Bodily Samples and the Privilege against Self- 
Incrimination" Crim. Law Rev. (Jan. 1991) 18-29. 

14. R.G. Federico, "The Genetic Witness: DNA Evidence and Canada's 
Criminal Law," 33 Crim. Law Quarterly. (1990/91) 204-228. 



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15. J.A. Friedman, "Taking the Camel by the Nose: The Anencephalic 
as a Source for Pediatric Organ Transplants" 90(4) Col. Law 
Rev. (1990) 917-978. 

16. S. A. Garcia, "Reproductive Technology for Procreation, 
Experimentation and Profit" 11(1) J. Legal Med. (1990) 1-57. 

17. E.V. Gemmette, "Selective Pregnancy Reduction: Medical 
Attitudes, Legal Implications, and a Viable Alternative," 16 
J. Health Politics, Policy & Law (1991) 383-395. 

18. D. Giesen, "Developing Ethical Public Policy on Reproduction 
and Prenatal Research: Whose Interests Deserve What 
Protection?" 8(6) Med. & Law (1989) 553-566. 

19. S. Goldberg, "The Evolution of Modern Bioethics: The Uncertain 
Nature of Progress" 16(2) Rutgers Computer & Tech. Law J. 
(1990) 299-308. 

20. A. de Gorgey, "The Advent of DNA Databanks: Implications for 
Information Privacy," 16 American J. Law and Medicine (1990) 
381-398. 

21. H. Hansmann, "The Economics and Ethics of Markets for Human 
Organs," 14 J. Health Politics, Policy and Law (1990) 57-85. 

22. J.M. Healey and K.L. Dowling, "Controlling Conflict of 
Interest in the Doctor-Patient Relationship: Lessions from 
Moore v. Regents of the University of California ," 42 Mercer 
Law Rev. (1991) 989-1005. 

23. J.L. Hill, "What Does It Mean to be a 'Parent'? The Claims of 
Biology as the Basis for Parental Rights," 66 N.Y. Univ. Law 
Rev. (1991) 353-420. 

24. J.M. Hillebrecht, "Regulating the Clinical Uses of Fetal 
Tissue" 10(2) J. Legal Med. (1989) 269-322. 

25. D.L. Hoadley, "Fetal Protection Policies" 12(1) J. Legal Med. 
(1991) 85-104. 

26. P.A. Hoke, "DNA Tests in Criminal Prosecutions" 11(4) J. Legal 
Med. (1990) 481-512. 

27. E.J. Imwinkelried, "The Debate in the DNA Cases over the 
Foundation for the Admission of Scientific Evidence: The 
Importance of Human Error as a Cause of Forensic Misanalysis" 
69(1) Wash. Univ. Law Rev. (1991) 19-47. 

L.M. Ivey, "Moore v. Regents of the University of California: 
Insufficient Protection of Patients' Rights in the 
Biotechnological Market," 25 Georgia Law Rev. (1991) 489-533. 


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29. T. Kasachkoff, "The Case for Teaching Nursing Ethics" 8(6) 
Med. & Law (1989) 593-600. 

30. P. Kasimba and K. Dawson, "Can Fetal Tissue Transplantation be 

Done Legally?" 12(2/3) Sydney Law Rev. (1990) 362-376. 

31. L.C. Lawson, "DNA Fingerprinting and Its Impact Upon Criminal 
Law" 41(4) Mercer Law Rev. (1990) 1453-1468. 

32. D. Manspeizer, "The Cheshire Cat, the March Hare and the 

Harvard Mouse: Animal Patents Open Up a New Genetically- 
Engineered Wonderland" 43(2) Rutgers Law Rev. (1991) 17-455. 

33. I. Marcus, "A Sexy New Twist: Reproductive Technologies and 
Feminism" 15(2) Law & Social Inquiry (1990) 247-269. 

34. D.J. Merritt, "The Constitution in a Brave New World: A 
Century of Technological Change and Constitutional Law" 69(1) 
Oregon Law Rev. (1990) 1-45. 

35. S.A. Mortinger, "Spleen for Sale: Moore v. Regents of the 
University of California and the Right to Sell Parts of Your 
Body" 51(2) Ohio State Law J. (1990) 499-515. 

36. B.E. Myers, "The Food and Drug Administration's Experimental 
Drug Approval System: Is it Good for your Health" 28(1) 
Houston Law Rev. (1991) 309-336. 

37. J.J. O'Connor, "The Commercialization of Human Tissue — The 
Source of Legal, Ethical and Social Problems: An Area Better 
Suited to Legislative Resolution" 24(1) Loyola Law Rev. (1990) 
115-169. 

38. M.A. Pieper, "Frozen Embryos —• Persons or Property?" 23(4) 
Creighton Law Rev. (1990) 807-833. 

39. J.T. O'Reilly, "More Gold and More Fleece: Improving the Legal 
Sanctions Against Medical Research Fraud" 42(3) Admin. Law 
Rev. (1990) 393-422. 

40. J.W. Osborne, "Judicial/Technical Assessment of Novel 

Scientific Evidence" 2 Univ. Illinois Law Rev. (1990) 497-546. 

41. P.M. Parker, "Recognizing Property Interests in Bodily 
Tissues" 10(2) J. Leg. Med. (1989) 357-375. 

42. D.A. Peters, "A Unified Approach to Organ Donor Recruitment: 
Organ Procurement and Distribution" 3(2) J. Law & Health 
(1989/90) 157-187. 

43. J.G. Petrosinelli, "The Admissibility of DNA Typing: A New 

Methodology" 79(2) Georgetown Law J. (1990) 313-336. 


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44. L.L. Plotkin, "Brock v. Merrell Dow Pharmaceuticals, Inc.: 
What Is the Court's Role in Evaluating Expert Testimony?" 
64(5) Tulane Law Rev. (1990) 1263-1271." 

45. P.J. Prager, "Infertility: The Unrecognized Illness in the 
Health Insurance Industry" 39(3) Drake Law Rev. (1989/90) 617- 
644 . 

46. J.M. Prottas and H.L. Batten, "The Willingness to Give: The 
Public and the Supply of Transplantable Organs" 16(1) J. 
Health Politics Policy & Law (1991) 121-134. 

47. J.A. Robertson, "Prior Agreements for Disposition of Frozen 
Embryos" 51(2) Ohio State Law J. (1990) 407-424. 

48. S. Saylor, "The Legal Status of the Morning-After Pill: 
Abortion or Birth Control?" 25(2) Univ. San Francisco Law Rev. 
(1991) 401-427. 

49. K. Schaefer, " In-vitro Fertilization, Frozen Embryos, and the 
Right to Privacy — Are Mandatory Donation Laws 
Constitutional?" 22(1) Pacific Law J. (1990) 87-121. 

50. J.F. Sedlack, "Fetal Tissue Transplantation: Regulating the 
Medical Hope for the Future" 4(1) J. Law & Health (1989-90) 
57-81. 

51. M.H. Shapiro, "Fragmenting and Reassembling the World: Of 
Flying Squirrels, Augmented Persons, and other Monsters" 51(2) 
Ohio State Law J. (1990) 331-374. 

52. M.M. Shultz, "Reproductive Technology and Intent-Based 

Parenthood: An Opportunity for Gender Neutrality" (2) 

Wisconsin Law Rev. (1990) 297-398. 

53. G.P. Smith, "Assisted Noncoital Reproduction: A Comparative 
Analysis" 8(1) Boston Univ. Int'l Law J. (1990) 21-52. 

54. L.S. Smith, "The AID Child and In re Marriage of Adams: 
Ambiguities in the Illinois Parentage Act" 21(4) Loyola Univ. 
Chicago Law J. (1990) 1173-1198. 

55. C. Walker, "DNA Profiling and Police Powers" Crim. Law Rev. 
(July 1990) 479-493. 

56. J.K. Weinberg, "The Politicization of Reproduction" (5) 
Berkeley Women's Law J. (1989/90) 197-213. 

57. P.A. Wiewiorka, "The Human Fertilisation and Embryology Act 

1990" 7 Scots Law Times (1991) 65-71. 


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Biotechnology; 1992/93 Supplement 

1. C.D. Ahnen, "Disputes Over Frozen Embryos: Who Wins, Who 
Loses, and How Do We Decide? - An Analysis of Davis v. Davis , 
York v. Jones, and State Statutes Affecting Reproductive 
Choices" 24(4) Creighton Law Rev. (1991) 1299-1357. 

2. S. Altman, "(Com)modifying Experience" 65(1) So. Calif. Law 
Rev. (1991) 293-354. 

3. L.B. Andrews and L. Douglass, "Alternative Reproduction" 65(1) 
So. Calif. Law Rev. (1991) 623-682. 

4. B. Appelbaum, "Moore v. Regents of the University of 
California: Now that the California Supreme Court Has Spoken, 
What has it Really Said?" 9(2) N.Y. Law School J. of Human 
Rights (1992) 495-540. 

5. L.E. Bowles, "The Disfranchisement of Fertile Women in 
Clinical Trials: The Legal Ramifications of and Solutions for 
Rectifying the Knowledge Gap" 45(4) Vanderbilt Law Rev. (1992) 
877-920. 

6. K.A. Bussel, "Adventures in Babysitting: Gestational Surrogate 
Mother Tort Liability" 41(3) Duke Law J. (Dec. 1991) 661-690. 

7. AML Broekhuijsen-Molenaar, "Contractual Aspects of Surrogate 
Motherhood in the Netherlands" 10(5) Med. and Law (1991) 501- 
511. 

8. D. Callahan, "Transforming Mortality: Technology and the 
Allocation of Resources" 65(1) So. Calif. Law Rev. (1991) 205- 
224. 

9. A.M. Capron, "Biomedical Technology and Health Care: 
Transforming our World" 65(1) So, Calif. Law Rev. (1991) 1-10. 

10. D. Cooper and D. Herman, "Getting 'The Family Right': 
Legislating Heterosexuality in Britain, 1986-1991" 10(1) Can. 
J. Family Law (1991) 41-78. 

11. C.G. Costello, "Legitimate Bonds and Unnatural Unions: Race, 
Sexual Orientation, and Control of the American Family" 15 
Harvard Women's Law J. (1992) 79-171. 

12. R.L. Cunningham, "Legislating on Human Fertilization and 
Embryology in the United Kingdon" 12(3) Statute Law Rev. 
(Winter 1991) 214-227. 

13. A.J. Cuva, "The Legal Dimensions of In Vitro Fertilization: 
Cryopreserved Embryos Frozen in Legal Limbo" 8(2) J. of Human 
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14. J.F. Daar, "Selective Reduction of Multiple Pregnancy: 
Lifeboat Ethics in the Womb" 25(4) Univ. Calif. Davis Law Rev. 
(Summer '1992) 773-843. 

15. N. Daniels, "Technology and Resource Allocation: Old Problems 
in new Clothes" 65(1) So. Calif. Law Rev. (1991) 225-240. 

16. B.M. Dickens, "Living Tissue and Organ Donors and Property 
Law: More on Moore" 8 J. of Contemporary Health Law & Policy 
(Spring 1992) 73-93. 

17. T. Dobson, "Loss of Biodiversity: An International 

Environmental Policy Perspective" 17(2) N. Carolina J. of 
Int'l & Commercial Regulation (1992) 277-309. 

18. F.A. Duckworth et al. , "The Regulation of Human Tissue and 

Organs" 46 Food Drug Cosmetic Law J. (1991) 1-46, 103-132, 

155-174 . 

19. M.R. Durant, "Cryopreservation of Human Embryos: A Scientific 
Advance, A Judicial Dilemma" 24(3) Suffolk Univ. Law Rev. 
(1990) 707-742. 

20. M.A. Field, "Surrogacy Contracts - Gestational and 
Traditional: The Argument for Nonenforcement" 31(1) Washburn 
Law J. (1991) 1-17. 

21. J.C. Fletcher, "Abortion Politics, Science, and Research 
Ethics: Take Down the Wall of Separation" 8 J. of Contemporary 
Health Law & Policy (Spring 1992) 95-121. 

22. A.L. Fracassini, "The Regulation of Sperm Banks and Fertility 
Doctors: A Cry for Prophylactic Measures" 8 J. of Contemporary 
Health Law & Policy (Spring 1992) 275-307. 

23. H.D. Friedman, "The Greatest Gift, But at what Cost? — 
Objections to Court-Compelled Organ Donation in Aid of a 
Family Member" 30(3) J. Family Law (1991/92) 605-627. 

24. M. Gibson, "Contract Motherhood: Social Practice in Social 
Context" 3(1) Women and Criminal Justice 55-99. 

25. H. Horsley, "Reconsidering Inalienability for Commercially 
Valuable Biological Materials" 29(1) Harvard J. on Legislation 
(1992) 223-250. 

26. M.V. Imbert, "The Golden Egg: In Vitro Fertilization Produces 
Adjudication" 17(2) Rutgers Computer & Technology Law J. 
(1991) 495-525. 

S.J. Kessler, "The Medical Construction of Gender: Case 
Management of Intersexed Infants" 16(1) Signs (Autumn 1990) 3- 
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28. L.J. Keyes, "Rethinking the Aim of the 'War on Drugs': States' 
Roles in Preventing Substance Abuse by Pregnant Women" 1 
Wisconsisn Law Rev. (1992) 197-232. 

29. B.M Knoppers and S. LeBris, "Recent Advances in Medically 
Assisted Conception: Legal, Ethical and Social Issues" 17(4) 
Amer. J. Law & Med. (1991) 329-361. 

30. M.J. Lane, "Patenting Life: Responses of Patent Offices in the 
U.S. and Abroad" 32(1) Jurimetrics J. (Fall 1991) 89-100. 

31. D.B. Langley, "In Vitro Fertilization: Eliminating the Current 

State of Limbo Between Pre-Embryonic Rights and the 
Fundamental Right to Procreate" 26(4) Wake Forest Law Rev. 
(1991) 1217-1243. 

32. J.P. Leeds, "Moore v. Regents of the University of California: 
More for Biotechnology, Less for Patients" 25(2) Indiana Law 
Rev. (1991) 559-587. 

33. D. McElwee, "Human Rights and Access to Health Care: 
Comparison of Domestic and International Law and Systems 
Implications for New Medical Technologies in Time of Crisis" 
20(1) Denver J. of Int'l Law & Policy (1991) 167-191. 

34. G.L. Morgan, "Is There a Right to Fetal Tissue 

Transplantation?" 10(2) Univ. of Tasmania Law Rev. (1991) 129- 
156. 

35. M. Oberman, "Sex, Drugs, Pregnancy, and the Law: Rethinking 
the Problems of Pregnant Women Who Use Drugs" 43(3) Hastings 
Law J. (March 1992) 505-548. 

36. K.M. Peterson, "Federal Regulation of Artificial Insemination 
Donor Screening Practices: An Opportunity for Law to Co-Evolve 
with Medicine" 96(1) Dickinson Law Rev. (Fall 1991) 59-93. 

37. M. Phillips, "Umbilical Cords: The New Drug Connection" 40(2) 
Buffalo Law Rev. (1992) 525-566. 

38. D. Price and R. MacKay, "The Trade in Human Organs" 141(6521) 
New Law J. (Sept. 27, 1991) 1307-09. 

39. J. Prottas, "Human Tissues as Medical Treatment" 65(1) So. 
Calif. Law Rev. (1991) 445-460. 

40. M.J. Radin, "Reflections on Objectification" 65(1) So. Calif. 
Law Rev. (1991) 341-354. 

41. K.H. Rothenberg, "Gestational Surrogacy and the Health Care 
Provider: Put Part of the 'IVF Genie' Back into the Bottle" 
18(4) Law, Med. & Health Care (Winter 1990) 345-352. 


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42. C. Rotherham, "Surrogate Motherhood in New Zealand: A Survey 
of Existing Law and an Examination of Options for Reform" 7(3) 
Otago Law Rev. (1991) 426-468. 

43. C. Rutherford, "Reproductive Freedoms and African American 
Women" 4(2) Yale J. of Law & Feminism (1992) 255-290. 

44. K.J. Ryan, "Tissue Transplantation from Aborted Fetuses, Organ 
Transplantation from Anencephalic Infants and keeping Brain- 
Dead Pregnant Women Alive until Fetal Viability" 65(1) So. 
Calif. Law Rev. (1991) 683-696. 

45. A. Samuels, "Embryo Research: The Significance of the New Law" 
31(2) Med. Sci. Law (1991) 115-118. 

46. M.A. Sanzo, "Patenting Biotherapeutics" 2 0(2) Hofstra Law Rev. 
(1991) 387-406. 

47. M.H. Scarmon, "Brotherton v. Cleveland: Property Rights in the 
Human Body - Are the Goods Oft Interred with their Bones?" 
37(2) South Dakota Law Rev. (1992) 429-449. 

48. M.E. Schwartz, "Great Expectations: The Surrogacy Debate 
Continues" 34(2) Howard Law J. (1991) 169-181. 

49. M.H. Shapiro, "The Technology of Perfection: Performance 
Enhancement and the Control of Attributes" 65(1) So. Calif. 
Law Rev. (1991) 11-113 

50. B.P. Smith, "Anna J. v. Mark C. : Proof of the Imminent Need 
for Surrogate Motherhood Regulation" 30(2) J. of Family Law 
(1991/92) 493-517. 

51. G.W. Stewart, "Adoption and Surrogacy in New Zealand" 21(2) 
Victoria Univ. of Wellington Law Rev. (1991) 131-138. 

52. M. Strasser, "Family, Definitions and the Constitution: On the 
Antimiscegenation Analogy" 25(4) Suffolk Univ. Law Rev. (1991) 
981-1034. 

53. J. Swaigen, "Negligence, Reverse Onuses and Environmental 

Offences: Some Practical Considerations" 2(2) J. of 

Environmental Law & Practice 149-188. 

54. M. Yuen, "Letting Daddy Die: Adopting New Standards for 
Surrogate Decisionmaking" 39(3) U.C.L.A. Law Rev. (1992) 581- 
632 . 


Biotechnology: 1993/94 Supplement 

F. Anderson, "Encouraging Bone Marrow Transplants from 
Unrelated Donors" 54(2) U. Pittsburgh L.R. (1993) 477-530. 


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2. V.N. Beny, "Cryopreservation: A New Reproductive Technology's 
Legal Implications" 13 J. Juvenile L. (1992) 107-115. 

3. M. Berer, "'Inducing a Miscarriage': Women-Centred 

Perspectives on RU486/Prostaglandin as an Early Abortion 
Method" 20(3) L., Med. and Health Care (1992) 199-208. 

4. M.J. Burke and V.M. Schmidt, "Old Remedies in the 
Biotechnology Age: Moore v. Regents " 3(3) Risk (1992) 219-242. 

5. C. Byk, "Medical and Biological Progress and the European 
Convention on Human Rights" 11(3/4) Med. & L. (1992) 187-219. 

6. S. Callens, "IVF in the USA: Who Pays for It?" 11(1/2) Med. & 
L. (1992) 73-81. 

7. R.J. Cook and D.A, Grimes, "Antiprogestin Drugs: Ethical, 

Legal and Medical Issues" 20(3) Law, Med. and Health Care 
(1992) 149-153. 

8. B.M. Dickens, "Legal Issues Pertaining to the Role of the 
Family in Organ Retrieval" 2 Transplantation Today (Feb. 1985) 
4-7. 

9. B.M. Dickens, "Control of Excised Tissue Pending Implantation" 
7 Transplantation/Implantation Today (Feb. 1990) 36-41. 

10. B.M. Dickens, "Ethics Committees, Organ Transplantation and 
Public Policy" 20(4) Law, Med. & Health Care (1992) 300-306. 

11. J.N. Ephross, "In-Vitro Fertilization: Perspectives on Current 
Issues" 32(3) Jurimetrics (1992) 447-472. 

12. A. Goodwin, "Determination of Legal Parentage in Egg Donation, 
Embryo Transplantation and Gestational Surrogacy Arrangements" 
26(3) Fam. L.Q. (1992) 275-291. 

13. E.R. Gotwalt, "Case Comment: Moore v. Regents of University of 
California " 47(2) Food & Drug L.J. (1992) 225-245. 

14. R.G. Hartman, "The Privacy Implications of Professor 
Anderson's Proposed Mandatory Registry for Bone Marrow 
Donation: A Reply" 54(2) U. Pittsburg L.R. (1993) 531-551. 

15. L. Hemphill, "American Abortion Law Applied to New 
Reproductive Technology" 32(3) Jurimetrics (1992) 361-386. 

B. Hoffmaster, "Between the Sacred and the Profane: Bodies, 
Property, and Patents in the Moore Case" 7(2) Intellectual 
Property J. (1992) 115-148. 


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17. H. Horsley, "Reconsidering Inalienability for Commercially 
Valuable Biological Materials" 29(1) Harvard J. Legislation 
(1992) 223-250. 

18. D.J. Jones, "Brief of the Law Reform Commission of Canada to 

the Royal Commission on New Reproductive Technologies" 13(1) 
Health L. in Canada (1992) 119-124. 

19. O.D. Jones, "Sex Selection: Regulating Technology Enabling the 
Predetermination of A Child's Gender" 6 Harvard J. L. & Tech. 
(1992) 1-62. 

20. J. Kevorkian, "A Controlled Auction Market is a Practical 
Solution to the Shortage of Transplantable Organs" 11(1/2) 
Med. & L. (1992) 47-55. 

21. H.T. Krimmel, "Can Surrogate Parenting Be Stopped?" 27(1) 
Valparaiso Univ. L.R. (1992) 1-38. 

22. J.P. La Bouff, "'He Wants to Do What?'—Cryonics: Issues in 
Questionable Medicine and Self-Determination" 8(2) Santa Clara 
Computer & High Tech. L.J. (1992) 469-498. 

23. D.K. Lerner, "Fertility Clinics Making Law" 75(1) Marquette 
L.R. (1991) 206-236. 

24. D.S. Lockemeyer, "At What Cost Will the Court Impose a Duty to 
Preserve the Life of a Child?" 39(4) Cleveland State L.R. 
(1991) 577-604. 

25. R.S. Magnusson, "The Recognition of Proprietary Rights in 
Human Tissue in Common Law Jurisdictions" 18(3) Melbourne 
Univ. L.R. (1992) 601-629. 

26. D.K. Martin, "Foetal Tissue Transplantation Research: A 
Canadian Policy Analysis" 13(1) Health L. in Canada 132-141. 

27. M.F. Milich, "In Vitro Fertilization and Embryo Transfer" 
30(4) J. Fam. L. (1991-92) 875-901. 

28. G. Morgan, "The Regulation of Fetal Tissue Transplantation" 
14(2) Univ. New South Wales L.J. (1991) 283-301. 

29. C. Perry, "Cryopreserved Embryos: Who Shall Decide their 
Fate?" 13(4) J. Legal Med. (1992) 463-500. 

30. G.G. Pope, "Bioethical Issues in Assisted Reproduction or 
Aided Conception" 13(4) Am. J. Forensic Psych. (1992) 59-76. 

S.L. Russell-Brown, "Parental Rights and Gestational 
Surrogacy" 23(2) Columbia H.R.L.J. (1991-92) 525-554. 


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32. S.F. Seavello, "Are You My Mother? A Judge's Decision in In 

Vitro Fertilization Surrogacy" 3(2) Hastings Women's L.J. 
(1992) 211-244. 

33. M.J. Trespalacios, "Frozen Embryos: Towards an Equitable 
Solution" 46(3) U. Miami L.R. (1992) 803-834. 

34. B.J. Trout, "A Patient Seeks a Portion of Biotechnological 
Patent Profits in: Moore v. Regents of the University of 
California " 17(2) J. Corp. L. (1992) 513-538. 

35. D.K. Walther, "'Ownership' of the Fertilized Ovum In Vitro" 
26(3) Fam. L.Q. (1992) 235-256. 

36. B.D. Weinstein, "Do Parmacists Have A Right to Refuse to Fill 
Prescriptions for Abortifacient Drugs?" 20(3) Law, Med. & 
Health Care, (1992) 220-223. 

37. A. Wertheimer, "Two Questions about Surrogacy and 

Exploitation" 21(3) Phil, and Pub. Affairs 211-239. 

38. G. Winter, "Patent Law Policy in Biotechnology" 4(2) J. Env. 
L. 167-187. 

Biotechnology: 1994/95 Supplement 

1. Catherine Albiston, "The Social Meaning of the Norplant 

Condition: Constitutional Considerations of Race, Class, and 
Gender" 9 Berkeley Women's L.J. (1994) 9-57. 

2. Anonymous, "International Child Health and Women's 

Reproductive Rights" 14(1) N.Y. L.S.J. Int'l & Comp. L. (1993) 

143-182. 

3. David C. Blickenstaff, "Comments: Defining the Boundaries of 
Personal Privacy: Is There a Paternal Interest in Compelling 
Therapeutic Fetal Surgery?" 88(3) Northwester U.L.R. (1994) 
1157-1199. 

4. Eric Blyth, "Section 30—The Acceptable Face of Surrogacy?" 
4 J. Soc. Welfare & Fam. L. (1993) 248-260. 

5. Elisabeth Boetzkes, "Sex Selection and the Charter" VII(1) 
Can. J. L. & Jurisprudence (1994) 173-192. 

6. G. Greg Brodsky, "DNA: The Technology of the Future is Here" 
36 Crim. L.Q. (1993) 10-39. 

7. Dan L. Burk, "Patenting Transgenic Human Embryos: A Nonuse 
Cost Perspective" 30(4) Houston L.R. (1994) 1597-1669. 





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8. Paul A. Byrne, Joseph C. Evers and Richard G. Nilges, 
"Anencephaly—Organ Transplantation?" 9(1) Issues in L. & Med. 
(1993) 23-33. 

9. Mary A. Cavanaugh, "Bad Cures for Bad Babies: Policy 
Challenges to the Statutory Removal of the Common Law Claim 
for Birth-Related Neurological Injuries" 43(4) Case Western 
Reserve L.R. (1993) 1299-1345. 

10. R. Alta Charo, "And Baby Makes Three—Or Four, or Five, or 
Six: Redefining the Family after the Reprotech Revolution" 7&8 
Wisconsin Women's L.J. (1992-93) 1-23. 

11. R. Alta Charo, "Protecting Us to Death: Women, Pregnancy, and 

Clinical Research Trials" 38(1) Saint Louis L.J. (1994) 135- 

187, 189-198. 

12. Kenneth J. Chesebro, "Taking Daubert 's 'Focus' Seriously: The 
Methodology/Conclusion Distinction" 15(6-7) Cardozo L.R. 
(1994) 1745-1753. 

13. Stephanie Chong, "The Relevancy of Ethical Concerns in the 

Patenting of Life Forms" 10 Can. Intellecutal Property Review 
(1993) 189-207. 

14. Jennifer Clay, "DNA and the Case of the Alleged Heir" 13(2) 
Estates & Trusts J. (1993) 145-150. 

15. Maureen P. Coffey, "The Genetic Defense: Excuse or 

Explanation?" 35(1) William & Mary L.R. (1993) 353-399. 

16. Bill E. Davidoff, "Frozen Embryos: A Need for Thawing in the 
Legislative Process" 47(1) S.M.U. L.Rev. (1993) 131-164. 

17. Kristin M. Davis, "Inmates and Artificial Insemination: A New 
Perspective on Prisoners' Residual Right to Procreate" 44 
Washington U.J. Urban & Contemp. L. (1993) 163-193. 

18. Janet L. Dolgin, "Just A Gene: Judicial Assumptions about 
Parenthood" 40(3) UCLA L. Rev. (1993) 637-694. 

19. John E. Durkin, "Reproductive Technology and the New Family: 
Recognizing the Other Mother." 10 J. of Contemp. Health L. & 
Policy (1994) 327-347. 

20. Nancy Ehrenreich, "The Colonization of the Womb" 43 (3) Duke 
L.J. (1993) 492-587. 

21. Margrit Eichler and Marnie McCall, "Clarifying the Legal 

Dimensions of Fatherhood" 11(2) Can. J. Fam. L. (1993) 197- 

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22. Tanya Feliciano, " Davis v. Davis : What About Future Disputes?" 
26(1) Connecticut L.R. (1993) 305-353. 

23. Karen Anne Goldman, "Compensation for Use of Biological 
Resources under the Convention on Biological Diversity: 
Compatibility of Conservation Measures and Competitiveness of 
the Biotechnology Industry" 25(2) L. & Pol. in Int'l Business 
(1994) 695-726. 

24. Lori L. Heise, "Reproductive Freedom and Violence against 
Women: What are the Intersections?" 21 J. of Law, Med. & 
Ethics (1993) 206-216. 

25. Vickie L. Henry, "A Tale of Three Women: A Survey of the 
Rights and Responsibilities of Unmarried Women Who Conceive by 
Alternative Insemination and a Model for Legislative Reform" 
19 Am J. of L. & Med. (1993) 285-311. 

26. Keith J. Hey, "Assisted Conception and Surrogacy—Unfinished 
Business" 26(4) John Marshall L.R. (1993) 775-819. 

27. Beverly Horsburgh, "Jewish Women, Black Women: Guarding 
Against the Oppression of Surrogacy" 8 Berkeley Women's L.J. 
(1993) 29-62. 

28. John Dwight Ingram, " In Vitro Fertilization: Problems and 
Solutions" 98(1) Dickinson L.R. (1993) 67-83. 

29. Amy K. Johnson, Watson v. Lowcountrv Red Cross : The Fourth 
Circuit Speaks on Discovery Rights in Blood Transfusion 
Litigation" 71(6) North Carolina L.R. (1993) 2084-2100. 

30. Owen D. Jones, "Reproductive Autonomy and Evolutionary 

Biology: A Regulatory Framework for Trait-Selection 

Technologies." 19 Am. J. of L. & Med. (1993) 187-231. 

31. K. Stephen Kramer, "Comments: Admissibility of DNA Statistical 

Data: A Proliferation of Misconception" 30(1) Cal. Western 
L.R. (1993) 145-178. 

32. Melissa N. Kurnit, "Organ Donation in the United States: Can 
we Learn From Successes Abroad?" XVII(2) Boston College Int'l 
& Comp. L.R. (1994) 405-452. 

33. John S. Macera, "The Metamorphosis of Canadian Biotechnology 

Regulatory Law" 10 Can. Intellectual Prop. Rev. (1993) 255- 

275. 

34. Megan D. McIntyre, "The Potential for Products Liability 
Actions when Artificial Insemination by an Anonymous Donor 
Produces Children with Genetic Defects." 98(3) Dickinson L.R. 
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35. S. Elizabeth Moore, "Family Law—Custody Dispute between 
Biological Mother and non-biological, Non-adoptive Party: A.C. 
v. C.B. 23(2) New Mexico L.R. (1993) 331-340. 

36. Judith Mosoff, "Reproductive Technology and Disability: 
Searching for the 'Rights' and Wrongs in Explanation" 16(1) 
Dalhousie L.J. (1993) 98-124. 

37. Csilla Muhl, "RU-486: Legal and Policy Issues Confronting the 
Food and Drug Administration" 14(2) J. Leg. Med. (1993) 319- 
347 . 

38. Robert J. Muller, " Davis v. Davis : The Applicability of 
Privacy and Property Rights to the Disposition of Frozen 
Preembryos in Intrafamilial Disputes" 24(3) U. Toledo L.R. 
(1993) 763-804. 

39. Stephen R. Munzer, "Kant and Property Rights in Body Parts." 
VI(2) Can. J. L. & Jurisprudence (1993) 319-341. 

40. Jennifer Nedelsky, "Property in Potential Life? A Relational 
Approach to Choosing Legal Categories." VI(2) Can. J. L. & 
Jurisprudence (1993) 343-365. 

41. Stephanie J. Owen, " Davis v. Davis : Establishing Guidelines 
for Resolving Disputes over Frozen Embryos" 10 J. of Contemp. 
Health L. & Policy (1994) 493-511. 

42. Barbara K. Padgett, "Illegitimate Children Conceived by 
Artificial Insemination: Does Some State Legislation Deny Them 
Equal Protection under the Fourteenth Amendment?" 32(2) U. 
Louisville J. Fam. L. (1993-94) 511-530. 

43. Jeffrey A. Parness, "Designating Male Parents at Birth." 26(3) 
U. Michigan J. L. Reform (1993) 573-592. 

44. A. Yasmine Rassam, "'Mother,' 'Parent,' and Bias." 69(4) 
Indiana L.J. (1994) 1165-1192. 

45. Dorothy E. Roberts, "The Future of Reproductive Choice for 
Poor Women and Women of Color" 14(2&3) Women's Rights L.R. 
(1992) 305-314. 

46. Dorothy E. Roberts, "Motherhood and Crime" 79(1) Iowa L.R. 
(1993) 95-141. 

47. John A. Robertson, "Posthumous Reproduction" 69(4) Indiana 
L.J. (1994) 1027-1065, 

Joseph Sanders, "From Science to Evidence: The Testimony on 
Causation in the Bendectin Cases." 46(1) Stanford L.R. (1993) 
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49. David G. Scalise and Daniel Nugent, "Patenting Living Matter 
in the European Community: Diriment of the Draft Directive" 
16(4) Fordham Int'l L.J. (1992-93) 990-1032. 

50. Arthur Serratelli, "Surrogate Motherhood Contracts: Should the 
British or Canadian Model Fill the U.S. Legislative Vacuum?" 
26(3) George Washington J. of Int'l L. & Economics (1993) 633- 
674. 

51. E. Donald Shapiro, Stewart Reifler and Claudia L. Psome, "The 
DNA Paternity Test: Legislating the Future Paternity Action." 
7(1) J. L. & Health (1992-93) 1-47. 

52. Steven S. Spitz, "The Norplant Debate: Birth Control or Woman 
Control?" 25(1) Columbia Hum Rts. L.R. (1993) 131-169. 

53. Stephen J. Spurr, "The Shortage of Transplantable Organs: An 
Analysis and a Proposal" 15 L. & Policy (1993) 355-395. 

54. Holley Davis Thames, " Frye Gone but not Forgotten in the Wake 
of Daubert : New Standards and Procedures for Admissibility of 
Scientific Expert Opinion." 63(2) Mississippi L.J. (1994) 473- 
505. 

55. Nancy M. Theriot, "Women's Voices in Nineteenth-Century 
Medical Discourse: A Step Toward Deconstructing Science" 19(1) 
Signs J. Women in Culture & Soc.(1993) 1-31. 

56. Kristyn M. Walker, "Judicial Control of Reproductive Freedom: 
The Use of Norplant as a Condition of Probation." 78(3) Iowa 
L.R. (1993) 779-812. 

57. Noel Whitty, "Law and the Regulation of Reproduction in 
Ireland, 1922-1992" 43(4) University of Toronto L.J. (1993) 
851-888. 

58. Glanville Williams, " The Fetus and the 'Right to Life'" 53(1) 
Cambridge L.J. (1994) 71-80. 


Biotechnology; 1995/96 Supplement 

1. D.M. Baker, "Cryonic Preservation of Human Bodies - A Call for 
Legislative Action" 98(4) Dickinson Law Rev. (1994) 677-711. 

2. N.M.C. Bell, "Regulating transfer and use of fetal tissue in 
transplantation procedures: The ethical dimensions" 20 
American J. Law & Medicine (1994) 277-94. 

3. Biotechnology: An International Bibliography 16 Houston J. 
Int'l Law (1994) 725-73. 





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4. M.L. Birck, "Modern Reproductive Technology and Motherhood: 
The Search for Common Ground and the Recognition of 
Difference" 62(4) U. Cincinnati Law Rev. (1994) 1623-57. 

5. R.A. Bohrer, "Foreword: What is Biotechnology and Why Devote 
a Law Review Symposium to Biotechnology Law?" 55(3) U. 
Pittsburgh Law Rev. (1994) 607-632. 

6. D.B. Borson, "The Human Genome Projects: Patenting Human Genes 
and Biotechnology. Is the Human Genome Patentable?" 35(4) IDEA 
461-96. 

7. W. Boulier, "Sperm, Spleens, and other Valuables: The Need to 
Recognize Property Rights in Human Body Parts" 23(3) Hofstra 
Law Rev. (1995) 693-731. 

8. D.L. Burk & B.A. Boczar, "Biotechnology and Tort Liability: A 
Strategic Industry at Risk" 55(3) U. Pittsburgh Law Rev. 
(1994) 791-864. 

9. L.M. Burkdall, "A Dead Man's Tale: Regulating the Right to 
Bequeath Sperm in California" 46(3) Hastings L.J. (1994) 875- 
907. 

10. D.G. Casswell, "Assessing the Physician's Standard of Care 
When HIV is Transmitted During Artificial Insemination" 10 J. 
Contemporary Health Law & Policy (1994) 221-30. 

11. F.H. Cate, "Human Organ Transplantation: The Role of Law" J. 
Corporation Law (1994) 69-90. 

12. M.K. Clark, "Solving the Kidney Shortage Crisis Through the 

Use of Non-Heart Beating Cadaveric Donors: Legal Endorsement 
of Perfusion as a Standard Procedure" 70(3) Indiana L.J. 

(1995) 929-49. 

13. S. Deehan, "The gift of life" 144 (6660) New L.J. (1994) 1143- 
4. 

14. C.F. De Jager, "The Development of Regulatory Standards for 
Gene Therapy in the European Union" 18(4) Fordham Int'l L.J. 
(1995) 1303-39. 

15. J.L. Dolgin, "The 'Intent' of Reproduction: Reproductive 

Technologies and the Parent-Child Bond" 26(4) Connecticut Law 
Rev. (1994) 1261-1314. 

16. D.F. Duffy, "To Be or Not to Be: The Legal Ramifications of 

the Cloning of Human Embryos" 21(1) Rutgers Computer & 

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17. J.E. Durkin, "Reproductive Technology and the New Family: 
Recognizing the Other Mother" 10 J. Contemporary Health Law & 
Policy (1994) 327-47. 

18. F. A. Fiedler, & G.H. Reynolds, "Legal Problems of 

Nanotechnology: An Overview" 3(2) S. California 

Interdisciplinary L.J. (1994) 593-629. . 

19. C.D. Flower, "State Discretion in Funding Organ Transplants 

Under the Medicaid Program: Interpretive Guidelines in 
Determining the Scope of Mandated Coverage" 79(5) Minnesota 
Law Rev. (1995) 1233-77. 

20. M.C. Gorsline and R.L.K. Johnson "The United States System of 
Organ Donation, the International Solution, and the Cadaveric 
Organ Donor Act: 'And the Winner is . . . '" 20(1) J. Corporation 
Law (1994) 5-50. 

21. M.F. Grady, "Politicization of Commodities: The Case of 
Cadaveric Organs" 20(1) J. Corporation Law (1994) 51-68. 

22. J.J. Hage, "Medical Requirements and Consequences of Sex 
Reassignment Surgery" 35(1) Med. Sci. Law (1995) 17-24. 

23. J. Horton, "A Personhood Analysis of Property Rights in the 
Human Body" 11(2) Can. Intellectual Property Rev. (1994) 213- 
31. 

24. E.S. Jaffe, J.M. Herre & J.H. Carson "Eliminating Artificial 
Barriers to the Equitable Distribution of Hearts for 
Transplantation" 20(1) J. Corporation Law (1994) 109-38. 

25. L.K. Jortberg, "Who Should Bear the Burden of Experimental 
Medical Device Testing: The Preemptive Scope of the Medical 
Device Amendments Under Slater v. Optical Radiation Corp . 
43(3) De Paul Law Rev. (1994) 963-1003. 

26. J.D. Kallich & J.F. Merz, "The Transplant Imperative: 
Protecting Living Donors from the Pressure to Donate" 20(1) 
J. Corporation Law (1994) 139-54. 

27. R.F. Kandel, "Which Came First: The Mother or the Egg? A 
Kinship Solution to Gestational Surrogacy" 47(1) Rutgers L.J. 
(1994) 165-239. 

28. D.P. Kommers, "The Constitutional Law of Abortion in Germany: 
Should Americans Pay Attention?" 10 J. Contemporary Health Law 
& Policy (1994) 1-32. 

29. S.F. Kurtz, "Forward: Organ Donation Symposium" 20(1) J. 
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30. B. Looney, "Should Genes be Patented? The Gene Patenting 
Controversy: Legal, Ethical, and Policy Foundations of an 
International Agreement" 26(1) Law & Policy in Int'l Business 
(1994) 231-72. 

31. L. Melanson, "Fetal Tissue Transplantation: An Ethical 
Approach to Proposed Regulatory Control-" 4 Dalhousie J. Legal 
Studies (1995) 73-103. 

32. E. McAllister, "Defining the Parent-Child Relationship in an 
Age of Reproductive Technology: Implications for Inheritance" 
29(1) Real Property, Probate & Trusts J. (1994) 55-118. 

33. C.S. McDaniel, "Protecting Biotechnology Trade Secrets in 
University and Industrial Research" 16(3) Houston J. Int'l Law 
(1994) 565-90. 

34. D. Morgan, "A Surrogacy Issue: Who is the Other Mother?" 8 
Int'l J. Law & the Family (1994) 386-412. 

35. D. Mortimer, "Proprietary Rights in Body Parts: The Relevance 
of Moore's Case in Australia" 19(2) Monash Univ. Law Rev. 
(1993) 217-55. 

36. K. McK. Norrie, "Reproductive Technology, Transsexualism and 
Homosexuality: New Problems for International Private Law" 
43(4) Int'l & Comparative L.Q. (1994) 757-75. 

37. A.K. Owen, "Death Row Inmates or Organ Donors: China's Source 
of Body Organs for Medical Transplantation" 5(2) Indiana Int'l 
& Comparative Law Rev. (1995) 495-517. 

38. S.J. Owen, " Davis v. Davis : Establishing Guidelines for 
Resolving Disputes Over Frozen Embryos" 10 J. Contemporary 
Health Law (1994) 493-511. 

39. L.I. Palmer, "Who Are the Parents of Biotechnological 
Children?" 35(1) Jurimetrics (1994) 17-29. 

40. P. A. Pautler and M.G. Vita, "Hospital Market Structure, 
Hospital Competition, and Consumer Welfare: What Can the 
Evidence Tell Us?" 10 J. Contemporary Health Law & Policy 
(1994) 117-67. 

41. V.B. Polycarpe, "Examining the Right to Premortem 
Cryopreservation" 21(4) Hofstra Law Rev. (1993) 1385-1433. 

42. P.J. Prygoski, "The Implications of Davis v. Davis for 
Reproductive Riahts Analysis" 61(2) Tennesee Law Rev. (1994) 
609-46. 

43. M.J. Radin, "What, If Anything, Is Wrong With Baby Selling?" 
26(2) Pacific L.J. (1995) 135-63. 





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44. M. Redmayne, "Doubts and Burdens: DNA Evidence, Probability 
and the Courts" June The Criminal Law Rev. (1995) 464-82. 

45. J.L. Richards, "Redifining Parenthood: Parental Rights Versus 
Child Rights" 40(3) Wayne Law Rev. (1994) 1227-72. 

46. L.A. Rinehart, "Infertility: The Market, The Law, and the 
Impact" 35(1) Jurimetrics (1994) 77-106. 

47. J.A. Robertson, "Liberalism and the Limits of Procreative 
Liberty: A Response to My Critics" 52(1) Washington & Lee Law 
Rev. (1995) 233-67. 

48. S. Scarnecchia, "Who is Jessica's Mother? Defining Motherhood 
Through Reality?" 3 J. Gender & the Law (1994) 1-13. 

49. A.R. Schiff, "Solomonic Decisions in Egg Donation: 
Unscrambling the Conundrum of Legal Maternity" 80(2) Iowa Law 
Rev. (1995) 265-96. 

50. G. Tedeschi, "Ownership of Organs Taken from a Living Person" 
27 .(4) Israel Law Rev. (1993) 624-51. 

51. R.F. Weir, "The Issue of Fairness in the Allocation of Organs" 
20(1) J. Corporation Law (1994) 91-108. 

52. J. Weisman, "Organs as Assets" 27(4) Israel Law Rev. (1993) 
610-23. 

53. J. Weisman, "'Ownership' 'Assets' and Transferability of 
'Property Rights'" 27(4) Israel Law Rev. (1993) 652-67. 

54. N.J. Zohar, "Toward Justice in the Organ Trade" 27(4) Israel 
Law Rev. (1993) 541-65. 


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1. N.L. Albert, "A Right to Treatment for AIDS Patients" 92 
Dickinson Law Rev. (1988) 743-776. 

2. A.C. Barrett and M.A. Flint, "The Effect of AIDS on Child 
Custody Determinations" 23(1) Gonzaga Law Rev. 167-191. 

3. R.E. Benson, "AIDS in Prisons: Are We Doing the Right Thing?" 
13(2) Crim. & Civil Confinement 269-296. 

4. J.L. Birchfield, "AIDS: The Legal Aspects of a Disease" 6 Med. 
& Law (1987) 407-426. 

5. A. Borrowdale, "Insurers and AIDS" New Zealand Law J. (May 

1988) 172-176. 

6. J.E. Brockhoeft, "AIDS in the Workplace: Legal Limitations on 
Employer Actions" 26(2) Amer. Business Law J. 255-303. 

7. H.E. Cooperman, "AIDS and Pregnancy Discrimination" 24(6) 
Trial 14-17. 

8. S.L. Davie, "Casenote - The Privacy Interests of AIDS - 
Infected Blood Donors - Rasmussen v. South Florida Blood 
Services " 18 Cumberland Law Rev. (1987) 267-280. 

9. R. Elsberry, "AIDS Quarantine in England and the United 
States" 10 Hastings Int'l & Comparative Lav; Rev. (1986) 113- 
157 . 

10. M.A. Field and K.M. Sullivan, "AIDS and the Criminal Law" 
15(1) Law, Med. & Health Care 46-60. 

11. V.R. Fontana, "The Ramifications of the AIDS Crisis for Local 
Governments" 23(1) Tort & Insurance Law J. (1988) 195-214. 

12. N.L. Ford and M.D. Quam, "AIDS Quarantine: The Legal and 
Practical Implications" 8(3) J. of Legal Med. (1987) 353-396. 

13. R.S. Fredrickson, "Tort Liability for AIDS?" 24 Houston Law 
Rev. (1987) 957-990. 

14. K.J. Gardner, "Sentenced to Prison, Sentenced to AIDS: The 
Eighth Amendment Right to be Protected from Prison's Second 
Death Row" 92 Dickinson Law Rev. (1988) 863-893. 

15. A. Giattina, "AIDS and Employment Discrimination: Should AIDS 
be Considered a Handicap?" 33 Wayne Law Rev. (1987) 1095-1131. 

L. Gostin and A. Ziegler, "A Review of AIDS-Related 
Legislative and Regulatory Policy in the U.S." 15(1) Law, Med. 
& Health Care 5-16. 


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17. L.O. Gostin, et al., "The Case Against Compulsory Casefinding 
in Controlling AIDS-Testing, Screen and Reporting" 12(1) Amer. 
J. of Law and Med. 7-54. 

18. N. Hentoff, "The Rehabilitation Act's Otherwise Qualified 
Requirement and the AIDS virus: Protecting the Public From 
AIDS - Related Health and Safety Hazards" 30(3) Arizona Law 
Rev. 570-631. 

19. D.H.J. Hermann, "Liability Related to Diagnosis and 
Transmission of AIDS" 15(1) Law, Med. & Health Care 36-45. 

20. D.H.J. Hermann, "AIDS: Malpractice and Transmission Liability" 
58 Univ. of Colorado Law Rev. (1986/87) 63-107. 

21. D.H.J. Hermann and R.D. Gorman, "Hospital Liability and AIDS 
Treatment: The Need for a National Standard of Care" 2 0 Univ. 
of Calif. Davis Law Rev. (1987) 441-479. 

22. P. Hiam, "Insurers, Consumers and Testing: The AIDS 
Experience" 15(4) Law, Med. and Health Care 212-222. 

23. A.T. Johnson, "Criminal Liability for Parents who Fail to 
Protect" 5 Law & Inequality (1987) 359-390. 

24. F. Kaganas, "Compensation for AIDS Victims" 16(2) Anglo - 
American Law Rev. (1988) 117-138. 

25. J.S. Kenney, "AIDS in the Workplace: Termination, 

Discrimination and the Right to Refuse" 11(2) Dalhousie Law J. 
581-611. 

26. M. Landolt, "Are AIDS Victims Handicapped?" 31 St. Louis Univ. 
Law J. (1987) 729-747. 

27. J.H. Leader, "Running From Fear Itself: Analyzing Employment 
Discrimination Against Persons with AIDS and Other 
Communicable Diseases Under s. 504 of the Rehabilitation Act 
of 1973" 23(3) Willamette Law Rev. 857-936. 

28. S.J. Levy, "The Constitutional Implications of Mandatory 
Testing for Acquired Immunodeficiency Syndrome - AIDS" 37(1) 
Emory Law J. 217-248. 

29. W.K. Mariner and R.C. Gallo, "Getting to Market: The 
Scientific and Legal Climate for Developing an AIDS Vaccine" 
15(1) Law, Med. & Health Care 17-26. 

30. T. Mendicino, "Characterization and Disease: Homosexuals and 
the Threat of AIDS" 66(1) North Carolina Law Rev. 226-250. 

D.J. Merritt, "Communicable Disease and Constitutional Law: 
Controlling AIDS" 61 N.Y. Univ. Law Rev. (1986) 739-799. 


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32. R.D. Mohr, "Policy, Ritual, Purity: Gays and Mandatory AIDS 
Testing" 15(4) Law, Med. & Health Care 178-185. 

33. L.J. Moriarim, "AIDS in Correctional Institutions: The Legal 
Aspects" 23(6) Crim. Law Bulletin 533-549. 

34. C.L. Moser, "Liability of a Blood Supplier in Louisiana for 
Transfusion - Associated Acquired Immunodeficiency Syndrome 
(AIDS)" 34 Loyola Law Rev. (1988) 164-180. 

35. A. Orr, "AIDS: Adopting the Law" New Law J. (1988) 388-391. 

36. T.L. Pabst, "Protection of AIDS Victims from Employment 
Discrimination Under the Rehabilitation Act" 2 Univ. of 
Illinois Law Rev. (1987) 355-378. 

37. W.E. Parmet, "AIDS and the Limits of Discrimination Law" 15(1) 
Law, Med. & Health Care 61-72. 

38. N. Perkins, "Prohibiting the Use of the Human Immunodeficiency 
Virus Antibody Test by Employers and Insurers" 25 Harvard J. 
on Legislation 275-315. 

39. A.P. Peter and H. Sanchez, "The Therapist's Duty to Disclose 
Communicable Disease" 14 Western State Univ. Law Rev. (1987) 
465-478. 

40. R. Roden, "Educating Through the Law: The Los Angeles AIDS 

Discrimination Ordinance" 33 U.C.L.A. Law Rev. (1986) 1410- 

1441. 

41. D.R. Smith, "Medicine and Law: AIDS, Constitutional Challenges 
to Tort Reform and Medical Malpractice" 23(2) Tort and 
Insurance Law J. (1988) 370. 

42. A. Stewart, et al., "Acquired Immunodeficiency Syndrome - 

AIDS: The Legal Issues are also Frightening" 46(1) The 

Advocate 49-65. 

43. K.M. Sullivan and M.A. Field, "AIDS and the Coercive Power of 
the State" 23 Harvard Civil Rights/Civil Liberties Law Rev. 
139-197. 

44. B.L. Thomas, "Ethical Dilemmas About Intensive Care Patients 

With AIDS" 9(6) Reviews of Infectious Diseases (1987) 1163- 

1167. 

45. R.G. Vestal, "The Exclusion of Homosexual Aliens Without 
Medical Certification: In Re Longstaff" 11(2) North Carolina 
J. of Int'l Law and Commercial Regulation 413-425. 

46. C.R. Zwart, "AIDS: A Threat to Blood Donor Anonymity" 66 
Nebraska Law Rev. 863-888. 


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Acquired Immunodeficiency Syndrome (AIDS): 1989/90 Supplement 

1. B. Bergman, "AIDS, Prostitution, and the Use of Historical 
Stereotypes to Legislate Sexuality" 21 John Marshall Law Rev. 
(1988) 777-830. 

2. M. Brown and E. Gordon, "AIDS: Employers Caught in Middle: 
Murky Policies Cloud Rights in Hiring, Firing" Bar Leader 
(Nov.-Dec. 1988)14-22. 

3. N. Christakis and M. Panner, "Appropriate Collaboration 

Between Industry and Government in the Development of an AIDS 
Vaccine" 17(2) Law, Med. & Health Care (1989) 130-138. 

4. P. Cleary, "Education and the Prevention of AIDS" 16(34) Law, 
Med. & Health Care (1988) 267-273. 

5. E. Dejowski, "Federal Restrictions on AIDS Prevention Efforts 
for Gay Men" 8(2) St. Louis Univ. Public Law Rev. (1989) 275- 
298. 

6. Developments - Sexual Orientation and the Law (1989) 102(7) 

Harvard Law Rev. (1989) 1508-1671. 

7. T. Ducharme, "Preparing for a Legal Epidemic: An AIDS Primer 
for Lawyers and Policy Makers" 16 Alberta Law Rev. 471-520. 

8. T. Dworkin and E. Steyger, "AIDS Victims in the European 
Community and the United States: Are They Protected from 
Unjustified Discrimination 24 Texas Int'l Law J. (1989) 295- 
329. 

9. B. Elber, "Negligence as a Cause of Action for Sexual 
Transmission of AIDS 19 Univ. Toledo Law Rev. (1988) 923-945. 

10. E. Fallone, "Preserving the Public Health: A Proposal to 
Quarantine Recalcitrant AIDS Carriers" 68 Boston Univ. Law 
Rev. (1988) 441-505. 

11. E. Fox, "Reproductive Health Care, AIDS and Public Policy in 
Missouri" 53 Missouri Law Rev. (1988) 659-669. 

12. R. Gainor, "To Have and to Hold: The Tort Liability for the 
Interspousal Transmission of AIDS" 23 New England Law Rev. 
(1988-89) 887-917. 

13. D. Geraghty, "AIDS and the Physicians Duty to Treat" 10 J. of 
Legal Med. (1989) 47-58. 


14. L. Gostin, "Hospitals, Health Care Professionals and AIDS: The 
'Right to Know 7 the Health Status of Professionals and 
Patients" 48 Maryland Law Rev. (1989) 12-54. 



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15. W. Janowitz, "Safety of the Blood Supply: Liability for 
Transfusion - Associated AIDS" 9 J. of Legal Med. (1988) 611- 
622. 

16. B. Lo, "Obligations to Care for Persons with Human 
Immunodeficiency Virus" 4(3) Issues in Law & Med. (1988) 367- 
381. 

17. R. Magnuson, "Civil Rights and Sexual Deviance: The Public 
Policy Implications of the Gay Rights Movement" 9 Hamline J. 
of Public Law and Policy (1989) 217-235. 

18. J. Newhard, "Immunity from AIDS Awaits Immunity for Vaccine 
Manufacturers: How Products Liability Law May Affect the 
Development of an AIDS Vaccine" (1988) 19 Univ. of Toledo Law 
Rev. (1988) 885-902. 

19. V. Pappas, "In Prison With AIDS: The Constitionality of Mass 
Screening and Segregation Policies" 1 Univ. of Illinois Law 
Rev. (1988) 151-190. 

20. L. Peterson, "AIDS: The Ethical Dilemma for Surgeons" 17(2) 
Law, Med. & Health Care (1989)139-144. 

21. R. Rivera, "Lawyers, Clients and AIDS: Some Notes from the 
Trenches" 49 Ohio State Law J. (1989) 883-928. 

22. S. Sherman, "An Individual Definition of 'Handicap' and its 
Application to HIV" 22(2) Univ. Calif. Davis Law Rev. (1989) 
653-688. 

23. J. Weismuller, "AIDS Discrimination in the Workplace" 13 
Thurgood Marshall Law Rev. (1988) 123-141. 


Acquired Immunodeficiency Syndrome (AIDS): 1990/91 Supplement 

1. A. F. Baker, "Liability Without Fault and The AIDS Plague 
Compel a New Approach to Cases of Transfusion-Transmitted 
Disease" 61(1) Univ. Colorado Law Rev. (1990) 81-114. 

2. T. Lovell Banks, "AIDS and Government: A Plan of Action?" 

87(6) Michigan Law Rev. (1989) 1321-1337. 

3. R.T. Begg, "Legal Ethics and the AIDS: An Analysis of Selected 
Issues" 3(1) Georgetown J. Legal Ethics (1989) 1-56. 

4. M. Blumberg, "Transmission of the AIDS Virus Through Criminal 
Activity" Crim. Law Bulletin (Sept/Oct 1989) 454-465. 

5. R.C. Bollow and D.J. Lapp, "Protecting the Confidentiality of 
Blood Donor's Identities in AIDS Litigation" 37(3) Drake Law 
Rev. (1987/88) 343-375. 



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6. L. Sanders Branham, "Opening the Bloodgates: The Blood Testing 
of Prisoners for the AIDS Virus" 20(4) Connecticut Law Rev. 
(1988) 763-834. 

7. L.K. Burdt and R.S. Caldwell, "The Real Fatal Attraction: 
Civil and Criminal Liability for the Sexual Transmission of 
AIDS" 37(4) Drake Law Rev. (1987/88) 657-697. 

8. D.G. Casswell, "Disclosure by a Physician of AIDS - Related 
Patient Information: An Ethical and Legal Dilemma" 68(2) Can. 
Bar Rev. (1989) 225-258. 

9. M.E. Clark, "AIDS Prevention: Legislative Options" 16(1-2) 
Amer. J. Law & Med. (1990) 107-153. 

10. H. Edgar and H. Sandomire, "Medical Privacy Issues in the Age 

of AIDS: Legislative Options" 16(1-2) Amer. J. Law & Med. 
(1990) 155-222. 

11. L.K. English, "Liability for Post-Transfusion AIDS: An 
Analysis and Proposal" 2(2) J. Law & Health (1987/88) 215-236. 

12. M.A. Field, "Testing for AIDS: Uses and Abuses" 16(1-2) Amer. 
J. Law & Med. (1990) 33-106. 

13. W.F. Flanagan, "Eguality Rights for People with AIDS: 
Mandatory Reporting of HIV Infection and Contact Tracing" 
34(3) McGill Law J. (1989) 530-602. 

14. M. Gillespie, "AIDS: Detection and Control" 47(2) Univ. of 
Toronto Fac. Law Rev. (1989) 354-382. 

15. J. Glenney, "AIDS: A Crisis in Confidentiality" 62(6) So. 
Calif. Law Rev. (1989) 1701-1732. 

16. J. Glenney, "Blood Suppliers' Liability for AIDS Contaminated 
Blood" 41 So. Carolina Law Rev. (1989) 107-118. 

17. R.D. Goodman, "In Sickness or in Health: The Right to Marry 
and the Case of HIV Antibody Testing" 38(1) DePaul Law Rev. 
(1989) 87-126. 

18. L. Gostin, "A Decade of a Maturing Epidemic: An Assessment and 

Directions for Future Public Policy" 16(1-2) Amer. J. Law & 
Med. (1990) 1-32. 

19. A. A. Hale, "The FDA's Mail Import Policy: A Questionable 
Response to the AIDS Epidemic" 16(1) Rutgers Computer & Tech. 
Law J. (1990) 169-194. 

J. Harkness, "The Economic Cost of AIDS in Canada" 15(4) Can. 
Public Policy (1989) 405-412. 


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21. H.L. Hirsh, "AIDS and the Law: A Summary and Conclusion" 10(1) 
J. Legal Med. (1989) 169-210. 

22. R.M. Jarvis, "Advocacy for AIDS Victims: An International Law 
Approach" 20(1) Univ. Miami Inter-American Law Rev. (1989) 1- 
29. 

23. R.K. Jenner, "Transfusion-Associated AIDS Cases" Trail (May 
1990) 30-35. 

24. D.J. Jones and N.C. Sheppard, "AIDS and Disability: Employment 
Discrimination in and Beyond the Classroom" 12(1) Dalhousie 
Law J. (1989) 103-130. 

25. J. Keown, "The Ashes of AIDS and the Phoenix of Informed 
Consent" 52(6) Modern Law Rev. (1989) 790-800. 

26. M.S. Kirsh, "AIDS: Anonymity in Donation Situations - Where 

Public Benefit Meets Private Good" 69 Boston Univ. Law Rev. 
(1989) 187-212. 

27. B. Kussner, "AIDS-Based Discrimination in the Workplace: 
Issues and Answers" 47(2) Univ. of Toronto Fac. Law Rev. 
(1989) 383-419. 

28. W.K. Mariner, "Equitable Access to Biomedical Advances: 
Getting Beyond the Rights Impasse" 21(3) Connecticut Law Rev. 
(1989) 571-603. 

29. B.A. McDonald, "Ethical Problems for Physicians Raised by AIDS 

and HIV Infection: Conflicting Legal Obligations of 

Confidentiality and Disclosure" 22(2) Univ. Calif. Davis Law 
Rev. (1989) 557-592. 

30. C.A. McLaughlin, "Legal Issues in Healthcare Settings. AIDS: 
Current State of the Law - An Overview" 3(1) J. Law & Health 
(1989) 77-127. 

31. M.B. McVickar, "To Disclose or Not to Disclose the Presence of 

AIDS: Resolving the Confidentiality Concerns of Patients, 
Physicians, and Third Parties" 23(2) Valparaiso Univ. Law Rev. 
(1989) 341-370. 

32. Rev. R.C. O'Brien, "AIDS: Perspective on the American Family" 
34(2) Villanova Law Rev. (1989) 209-279. 

33. W.E. Parmet, "Legal Rights and Communicable Disease: AIDS, the 
Police Power, and Individual Liberty" 14(4) J. of Health 
Politics, Policy and Law (1989) 741-771. 

34. A.R. Pearce, "Visitation Rights of an AIDS Infected Parent" 
27(3) J. Family Law (1988/89) 715-732. 


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35. C.E.F. Rickett, "AIDS, Sexually Transmitted Diseases and the 

Criminal Law" 20(2) Victoria Univ. of Wellington Law Rev. 
(1990) 183-212. 

36. A. Schepard, "AIDS and Divorce" 23 Family Law Quarterly (1989) 
1-42 . 

37. S.J. Schlesinger and K.J. Barkhorn, "Protecting the Plans of 
AIDS Victims" Trusts and Estates (Aug. 1989) 47-53. 

38. R.C. Schoenstein, "Standards of Conduct, Multiple Defendants, 
and Full Recovery of Damages in Tort Liability for the 
Transmission of Human Immunodeficiency Virus" 18(1) Hofstra 
Law Rev. (1989) 37-87. 

39. F.T. Smith, "AIDS-Based Employment Discrimination in the 
American and Canadian Workplace" 10(4) Comp. Labor Law J. 531- 
562 . 

40. C.D. Stansbury, "Deadly and Dangerous Weapons and AIDS: The 
Moore Analysis is Likely to be Dangerous" 74(4) Iowa Law Rev. 
(1989) 951-967. 

41. L. Acker Starr, "The Ineffectiveness and Impact of the Human 
Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV) Exclusion in U.S. Immigration 
Law" 3(1) Georgetown Immigration Law J. (1989) 87-111. 

42. S.K. Sullivan and M.C. Feldman, "Imposing Criminal Liability 

on Those Who Knowingly Transmit the AIDS Virus: A 

Recommendation for Legislative Action" 13(3) Univ. Dayton Law 
Rev. (1988) 489-509. 

43. J.W. Tegtmeier, "Ethics and AIDS: A Summary of the Law and a 
Critical Analysis of the Individual Physician's Ethical Duty 
to Treat" 16(1-2) Amer. J. Law & Med. (1990) 249-265. 

44. L. Wilson, "Chalk v. United States District Court Central 
District: Quick Remediation for AIDS Victims Who Cannot Afford 
to Wait" 26(5) Houston Law Rev. (1989) 1033-1048. 


Acquired Immunodeficiency Syndrome (AIDS): 1991/92 Supplement 

1. A. J. Arnold, "Developing, Testing and Marketing an AIDS 

Vaccine: Legal Concerns for Manufacturers" 139(4) Univ. 

Pennsylvania Law Rev. (1991) 1077-1121. 

2. M. Barnes, N. Rango, G. Burke and L. Chiarello, "The HIV- 
Infected Health Care Professional: Employment Policies and 
Public Health," 18 Law, Med. & Health Care (1990) 311-330. 

3. J.G. Bartlett, "Testing for HIV Infection: Recommendations for 
Surgeons" 73(3) Amer. Coll, of Surgeons Bulletin (1989) 4-10. 



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4. J.S. Batterman, "Brother Can You Spare A Drug: Should the 
Experimental Drug Distribution Standards be Modified in 
Response to the Needs of Persons with AIDS?" 19(1) Hofstra Law 
Rev. (1990) 191-228. 

5. R.R. Bedward, "AIDS Testing of Rape Suspects: Have the Rights 
of the Accused Met Their Match?" (2) Univ. Illinois Law Rev. 
(1990) 347-374. 

6. B. A. Belbot and R.V. del Carmen, "AIDS in Prison: Legal 
Issues" 37(1) Crime & Delinquency (1991) 135-153. 

7. J.M. Bennetts, "AIDS: Blood Bank Liability" 27(2) Willamette 

Law Rev. (1991) 355-380. 

8. L. Bergkamp, "Life Insurance and HIV Testing: Insurance 
Theory, Discrimination and Solutions" 8(6) Med. & Law (1989) 
567-580. 

9. J.L. Birchfield, "AIDS: The Legal Aspects of a Disease" 6(5) 
Med. & Law ((1987) 407-426. 

10. J. Bopp and D.H. Gardner," AIDS Babies, Crack Babies: 
Challenges to the Law" 7(1) Issues in Law & Med. (1991) 3-51. 

11. S.M. Boyne, "Women in Prison with AIDS: An Assault on the 
Constitution" 64(3) So. Calif Law Rev. (1991) 741-796. 

12. T.A. Brennan, "Ensuring Adequate Health Care for the Sick: 
The Challenge of the Acquired Immunodeficiency Syndrome as an 
Occupational Disease" 1988(1) Duke Law J. 29-70. 

13. M.S. Cecere, "Working with AIDS" 16(4) Brief (Summer 1987) 6- 
42 . 

14. M.L. Closen, "Mandatory Disclosure of HIV Blood Test Results 
to the Individual Tested: A Matter of Personal Choice 
Neglected," 22 Loyola Univ. Law J. (1991) 445-478. 

15. M.L. Closen, S.M. Connor, H.L. Kaufman and M.E. Wojcik, "AIDS 
in America: Death, Privacy and the Law" 14(3) Human Rights 
(1987) 27-52. 

16. M. Closen and S.H. Isaacman, "Are AIDS-Transmission Laws 
Encouraging Abortion" Amer. Bar Assoc. J. (Dec. 1990) 76-78. 

17. E.C. Cooper, "Changes in Normal Drug Approval Process in 
Response to the AIDS Crisis" 45(4) Food Drug Cosmetic Law J. 
(1990) 329-338. 

18. M.M. Curley, "Establishing Relief for the Most Innocent of all 
AIDS Victims: Liability for Perinatal Transmission of AIDS" 
28(2) J. Fam. Law (1989/90) 271-288. 


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19. J.P. Darby, "Tort Liability for the Transmission of the AIDS 
Virus: Damages for Fear of AIDS and Prospective AIDS" 45(1) 
Washington & Lee Law Rev. (1988) 185-211. 

20. S.L. Davie, " Constitutional Law — Right of Privacy — The 
Privacy Interests of AIDS-Infected Blood Donors" 18(1) 
Cumberland Law Rev. (1987/88) 267-280.- 

21. N.N. Dubler, C.M. Bergmann, M.E. Frankel, "Management of HIV 
Infection in New York State Prisons" 21(2) Columbia Human 
Rights Law Rev. (1990) 363-400. 

22. S. Eisenstat, "An Analysis of the Rationality of Mandatory 
Testing for the HIV Antibody: Balancing the Governmental 
Public Health Interests with the Individual's Privacy 
Interest" 52(2) Univ. Pittsburgh Law Rev. (1991) 327-382. 

23. R. Elsberry, "AIDS Quarantine in England and the United 
States" 10(1) Hastings Int'l & Comp. Law Rev. (1986) 113-157. 

24. S. Goldstein, "Prisoners with AIDS: Constitutional and 
Statutory Rights Implicated in Family Visitation Programs" 
31(90) Boston College Law Rev. (1990) 967-1025. 

25. L. Gostin, "A Decade of a Maturing Epidemic: An Assessment and 
Directions for Future Public Policy" 5(1) Notre Dame J. Law 
Ethics & Public Policy (1990) 7-33. 

26. L. Gostin, "The Interconnected Epidemics of Drug Dependency 
and AIDS," 26 Harvard Civil Rights/Civil Liberties Law Rev. 
(1991) 113-184. 

27. L. Gostin, "The HIV-Infected Health Care Professional: Public 
Policy, Discrimination, and Patient Safety," 18 Law, Med. & 
Health Care (1990) 303-310. 

28. J. Hamblin and M.A. Sumerville, "Surveillance and Reporting of 
HIV Infection and AIDS in Canada," 41 Univ. Toronto Law J. 
(1991) 224-246. 

29. D. Hermann, "Criminalizing Conduct Related to HIV 

Transmission" 9(2) St. Louis Univ. Public Law Rev. (1990) 351- 
378. 

30. D. Hermann and R.D. Gorman, "Hospital Liability and AIDS 
Treatment: The Need for a National Standard of Care" 20(3) 
Univ. Calif. Davis Law Rev. (1987) 441-479. 

31. S.H. Isaacman, "Are We Outlawing Motherhood for HIV-Infected 
Women?" 22 Loyola Univ. Law J. (1991) 479-496. 

32. E. Kaspar, "Braschi v. Stahl: Family Redefined" 8(1) J. Human 

Rights (1990) 289-320. 


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33. P.B. Kunin, "Transfusion-related AIDS Litigation Permitting 

Limited Discovery from Blood Donors in Single Donor Cases" 
76(4) Cornell Law Rev. (1991) 927-961. 

34. K.E. Labowitz, "Beyond Tarasoff: AIDS and the Obligation to 
Breach Confidentiality" 9(2) St. Louis Univ. Public Law Rev. 
(1990) 495-517. 

35. B.L. Lansdale, "A Procedural Due Process Attach on FDA 
Regulations: Getting New Drugs to People with AIDS" 18(2) 
Hastings Constitutional Law Quarterly (1991) 417-440. 

36. G.T. Lansdell, "What Have We Achieved? Reviewing AIDS-Related 
Law and Policy in Australia" 18(3) Anglo-Amer. Law Rev. (1990) 
201-229. 

37. S. Margolis, "The AIDS Epidemic: Reality versus Myth" 72(1) 
Judicature (1988) 58-66 and 70. 

38. A.L. McBride, "Deadly Confidentiality: AIDS and Rule 1.6(b)" 
4(2) Georgetown J. Legal Ethics (1990) 435-458. 

39. D.J. McNeil and L.A. Spieler, "Mandatory Testing of Hospital 
Employees Exposed to the AIDS Virus: Need to Know or 
Unwarranted Invasion of Privacy" 21(4) Loyola Law J. (1990) 
1039-1074. 

40. D.J. Merritt, "Communicable Disease and Constitutional Law: 
Controlling AIDS" 61(5) N.Y. Univ. Law Rev. (1986) 739-799. 

41. P.J. Messitte, "AIDS: A Judicial Perspective" 72(4) Judicature 
(1989) 205-209. 

42. D.K. Moody, "AIDS and Rape: The Constitutional Dimensions of 
Mandatory Testing of Sex Offenders" 76(1) Cornell Law 
Rev.(1990) 238-267. 

43. M.C. Morgan, "The Problems of Testing for HIV in the Criminal 
Courts" The Judges' Journal (Spring 1990) 22-69. 

44. Z.I. Naccasha, "The Permissibility of Routine AIDS Testing in 
the Health Care Context" 5(1) Notre Dame J. Law Ethics & 
Public Policy (1990) 223-255. 

45. M.G. Pedretti & V.L. Gallo, "Acquired Immunodeficiency 
Syndrome: The Case for Anonymous Limited Discovery" 6(1) J. 
Legal Commentary (1990) 1-39. 

L.A. Polito, "Containing the AIDS Virus...Testing... 
Reporting...Confidentiality. ..Constitutional Considerations" 
37(2) Cleveland State Law Rev. (1990) 369-392. 


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47. J. Reiner, "AIDS Discrimination by Medical Care Providers: Is 
Washington Law an Adequate Remedy?" 63(3) Washington Law Rev. 
(1988) 701-724. 

48. S. Rennert, et al., "AIDS and Persons with Developmental 
Disabilities: The Legal Perspective," 14(1) Mental & Physical 
Disabilities Law Rev. (1990) 82-93. 

49. E.L. Rosenfield, "The Strict Products Liability Crisis and 

Beyond: Is there Hope for an AIDS Vaccine?" 31(2) Jurimetrics 
J. (1991) 87-203. 

50. V. Schachter, "Preventive Medicine: AIDS Education for Law 
Enforcement" 3(3) Criminal Justice (1988) 2-11 and 41-42. 

51. S. Spillane, "AIDS-Establishing a Physician's Duty to Warn," 
21 Rutgers Law J. (1990), 645-667. 

52. J.E. Stengel and C. Brown, "The Impact of AIDS on the Canadian 
Life Insurance Industry" 2(1) Can. Insurance Law Rev. (1990) 
95-123. 

53. D.A. Stone, "The Rhetoric of Insurance Law: The Debate over 
AIDS Testing" 15(2) Law & Social Inquiry (1990) 385-407. 

54. J.S. Talbot, "The Conflict Between a Doctor's Duty to Warn a 
Patient's Sexual Partner that the Patient Has Aids and a 
Doctor's Duty to Maintain Patient Confidentiality" 45(1) 
Washington & Lee Law Rev. (1988) 355-380. 

55. F.G. Torres, "Lights, Camera, Actionable Negligence: 

Transmission of the AIDS Virus During Adult Motion Picture 

Production" 13(1) Hastings Comm/Ent Law J. (1990) 89-114. 

56. J. Taitz, "Legal Liability for Transmitting AIDS" 57(4) 
Medico-Legal J. (1990) 216-228. 

57. M.G. Waltzer, "Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome and 

Infection with Human Immunodeficiency Virus" 36(1) Loyola Law 
Rev. (1990) 55-88. 

58. J. Weissinger, "Where is the AIDS Problem Leading Us? A 

Forecast from the Center for Drug Evaluation" 43(5) Food Drug 
Costmetic Law J. (1988) 767-772. 

59. A.E. Wells, "Regulating Experimental AIDS Drugs: A Comparison 
of the United States and France" 13(2) Loyola of Los Angeles 
Int'l & Comp. Law J. (1990) 393-425. 

60. G.N. Woods and A.V. Thornton, "Deadly Blood: Litigation of 
Transfusion-Association AIDS Cases in Texas" 21(2) Texas Tech. 
Law Rev. (1990) 667-736. 


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A. Zarembka and K.M. Franke, "Women in the AIDS Epidemic: A 
Portrait of Unmet Needs" 9(2) St. Louis Univ. Public Law Rev. 
(1990) 519-541. 


Acquired Immunodeficiency Syndrome (AIDS): 1992/93 Supplement 

1. D.B. Ancker, "The Making of a Nightmare: Aids Storms 
Hollywood" 12(2) Loyala of Los Angeles Ent. Law J. (1992) 325- 
365. 

2. J.R. Austin and R.S. Trammell, "American Family Law in the Age 
of Aids: An Annotated Bibliography" 24(3) John Marshall Law 
Rev. (1991) 625-651. 

3. M. Barnes, N.A. Rango, G.R. Burke, and L.A. Chiareilo, "The 
HIV-Infected Health Care Professional: Employment Policies and 
Public Health" 18(4) Law, Med. & Health Care (Winter 1990) 
311-330. 

4. J.H. Barney, "A Health Care Worker's Duty to Undergo Routine 
Testing for HIV/AIDS and to Disclose Positive Results to 
Patients" 52(4) Louisiana Law Rev. (1992) 933-970. 

5. R. Bayer, "Between Past and Future: AIDS Policy in 

International Perspective 23(4) N.Y. Univ. J. Int'l Law & Poli 
(1991) 1061-1068. 

6. S.H. Bronitt, "Criminal Liability for the Transmission of 
HIV/AIDS 16(2) Crim. Law J. (1992) 85-93. 

7. M.S. Cook, "Criminal Liability for Attempting to Inflict the 
AIDS virus: Possibilities in Arkansas' Future" 45(3) Arkansas 
Law Rev. (1992) 505-529. 

8. A. S. DiNota, "The World Health Organization's Resolution 
Condemning AIDS-Related Discrimination and Ongoing United 
States Noncompliance at the Border" 12 N.Y. Law School J. of 
Int'l & Comp. Law (1991) 151-176. 

9. M.M. Dunbar, "Shaking Up the Status Quo: How AIDS Activists 
Have Challenged Drug Development and Approval Procedures" 
46(5) Food Drug Cosmetic Law J. (Sept. 1991) 673-706. 

10. S. Eisenstat, "The HIV Infected Health Care Worker: The New 
Aids Scapegoat" 44(2) Rutgers Law Rev. (1992) 301-333. 

11. L.S. Fruman, "AIDS and the Physician's Duty to Warn (Part 1)" 
10(5) Med. and the Law (1991) 416-443. 

L. Gostin, "The Needle-Borne HIV Epidemic: Causes and Public 
Health Responses" 9(3) Behav. Sciences and the Law (1991) 287- 
304. 


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13. R.K. Jenner and S. Schupak, "Liability for HIV Transmission" 
Trial (May 1992) 24-29. 

14. D.W. Johnston, "Cuba's Quarantine of AIDS Victims: A Violation 
of Human Rights?" 15(1) Boston College Int'l & Comp. Law Rev. 
189-212. 

15. J.M. Kelly, "AIDS, Prisoners and the Law" 142 (6538) New Law J. 
(Feb. 7, 1992), 156-158, 165. 

16. S.V. Kenney, "Criminalizing HIV Transmission: Lessons from 
History and a Model for the Future" 8 J. of Contemporary 
Health Law & Policy (Spring 1992) 245-273. 

17. K.L. Kwiatt, "The Illinois HIV Transmission Statute: 
Unconstitutionally Vague or Politically Vogue?" 27(6) Crim. 
Law Bulletin (Nov/Dec 1991) 483-503. 

18. C. Levine, "Children in HIV/AIDS Clinical Trials: Still 
Vulnerable after All These Years" 19(3-4) Law, Med. & Health 
Care (Fall/Winter 1991) 231-237. 

19. K. Glasgow Lotfi, "Suppliers of AIDS-Contaminated Blood Now 
Face Liability" 34(2) Howard Law J. (1991) 183-200. 

20. E.J. Lynch, "Medical Exclusion and Admissions Policy: Statutes 
and Strictures" 23(4) N.Y. Univ. J. Int'l Law & Poli (1991) 
1001-1011. 

21. R.S. Magnusson, "Public Interest Immunity and the 

Confidentiality of Blood Donor Identity in AIDS Litigation" 
(8)3 Australian Bar Rev. (Feb. 1992) 226-244. 

22. E. A. Miller, "Prosecution of Aids-Related Offenses in the 
Military Justice System" 28(4) Amer. Crim. Law Rev. 863-885. 

23. R.J. Paterson, "AIDS, HIV Testing, and Medical 

Confidentiality" 7(3) Oregon Law Rev. 379-409. 

24. B.S. Reed, "Testing Health Care Workers for AIDS" 8 J. of 
Contemporary Health Law & Policy (Spring 1992) 237-244. 

25. B.P. Sadler, "When Rape Victims' Rights Meet Privacy Rights: 
Mandatory HIV Testing, Striking the Fourth Amendment Balance" 
67(1) Washington Law Rev. (1992) 195-213. 

26. H.W. Smith III, "Vaccinating AIDS Vaccine Manufacturers 
Against Product Liability" 42(1) Case Western Reserve Law Rev. 
(1992) 207-254. 

27. K.J. Smith, "Sexual Etiquette, Public Interest and the 

Criminal Law" 42(4) Northern Ireland Legal Quarterly (Winter 
1991) 309-331. 


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Acquired Immunodeficiency Syndrome (AIDS): 1993/94 Supplement 

1. S. Burris, "Prisons, Law and Public Health" 47(2) U. Miami 
L.R. (1992) 291-335. 

2. S. Burris, "HIV Education and the Law: A Critical Review" 
20(4) Law, Med. & Health Care (1992) 37-7-391. 

3. W.R. Cohen, "An Economic Analysis of the Issues Surrounding 
AIDS in the Workplace" 41(4) Am. Univ. L.R. (1992) 1199-1242. 

4. A. C. Copeland, "Suicide Among AIDS Patients" 33(1) Med., 
Science and L. (1993) 21-28. 

5. L. Deitzer, "The Physician's Duty to Treat Persons with AIDS" 
27(2) N.E. L.R. (1992) 565-588. 

6. M.A. Field, "Pregnancy and AIDS" 52(2) Maryland L.R. (1993) 
402-436. 

7. W.F. Flanagan, "AIDS-Related Risks in the Health Care Setting: 
HIV Testing of Health Care Workers and Patients" 18(1) Queen's 
L.J. 71-128. 

8. D. Fun, "HIV-Infected Healers" 21(4) The Brief (1992) 7-11. 

9. T.E. George, "Secondary Break: Dealing with AIDS in 

Professional Sports after the Initial Response to Magic 
Johnson" 19(2) U. Miami Entertainment and Sports L.R. (1992) 
215-240. 

10. J. Gittler and M.McPherson, "HIV Infection Among Women of 

Reproductive Age, Children and Adolescents: An Introduction" 
77(4) Iowa L.R. (1992) 1283-1312. 

11. K.A. Harris, "Death at First Bite: A Mens Rea Approach in 
Determining Criminal Liability for Intentional HIV 
Transmission" 35(1) Arizona L.R. (1993) 237-264. 

12. D.C. Jayasuriya, "AIDS-Related Legislative Strategies Relating 
to Women and Infants" 7(1) Int'l J.L. and the Fam. (1993) 1- 
17. 

13. D.S. Johnson, "The United States' Denial of the Immigration of 
People with AIDS" 6(1) Temple Int'l & Comp. L.J. (1992) 145- 
167. 


M.D. Johnson, "HIV-Testing of Health Care Workers: Conflict 
between the Common Law and the Centers for Disease Control" 
42(2) Am. Univ. L.R. (1993) 479-541. 


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15. B.L. Koneski-White, "AIDS and HIV: The Legal Dimension—A 
Selective Bibliography" 6(2) J. L. & Health (1991-92) 131-173. 

16. P. Litchy, "Mandatory HIV Testing of Health Care 

Professionals" 13(2) Hamline J. Public L. & Pol. 347-380. 

17. E.M. McCormick, "HIV-Infected Haitian .Refugees: An Argument 
against Exclusion" 7(1) Georgetown Immigration L.J. (1993) 
149-171. 

18. J.M. McNamara, "Protecting HIV Confidentiality after Urbaniak 
v. Newton " 29(2) Cal. Western L.R. (1993) 471-493. 

19. A.L. Laney, "Legislative Instruments Dealing with AIDS and the 

Importance of Education" 27(2) The Int'l Lawyer (1993) 495- 

521. 

20. D.L. Russo, "Blood Bank Liability to Recipients of HIV 
Contaminated Blood" 18(1) U. Dayton L.R. (1992) 87-107. 

21. S.M. Salzberg, "The Japanese Response to AIDS" 9(2) Boston 
Univ. Int'1 L.J. (1991) 243-285. 

22. R.A. Watt, "HIV, Discrimination, Unfair Dismissal and Pressure 
to Dismiss" 21(4) Industrial L.J. (1992) 280-292. 

23. D. Wannamaker, "From Mother to Child...A Criminal Pregnancy: 
Should Criminalization of the Prenatal Transfer of AIDS/HIV be 
the Next Step in the Battle against this Deadly Epidemic?" 
97(2) Dickinson L.R. (1993) 383-409. 


Acquired Immunodeficiency Syndrome (AIDS): 1994/95 Supplement 


1. Arthur J. Becker Jr., "The Competing Interests in HIV 
Disclosure for Infected Health Care Workers: The Judicial and 
Legislative Responses." 97(4) Dickinson L.R. (1993) 777-802. 

2. Barbara A. Belbot and Roland V. delCarmen, "AIDS in Prison: 
Legal Issues" 37(1) Crime & Delinquency (1990) 135-153. 

3. Kathryn Boockvar, "Beyond Survival: The Procreative Rights of 
Women with HIV" XIV(1) Boston College Third World L.J. (1994) 
1-42. 

4. Lynn Sanders Branham, "Opening the Bloodgates: The Blood 
Testing of Prisoners for the AIDS Virus" 20(4) Connecticut 
L.R. (1988) 763-834. 

5. Simon Bronitt, "Spreading Disease and the Criminal Law." Crim. 
L.Rev. (1994) 21-34. 





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6. Lauren J. Camillo, "Adding Fuel to the Fire: Realistic Fears 
or Unrealistic Damages in AIDS Phobia Suits?" 35(2) South 
Texas L.R. (1994) 331-363. 

7. Michael L. Closen, Mary Anne Bobinski, Donald H.J. Hermann, 
John F. Hernandez, Gene P. Schultz and J. Kelly Strader, 
"Discussion: Criminalization of an Epidemic: HIV-AIDS and 
Criminal Exposure Laws" 46(4) Arkansas L.R. (1994) 921-983. 

8. Jocelyn L. Cole, "AIDS-Phobia: Are Emotional Distress Damages 
for a Fear of AIDS a Legally Compensable Injury?" 19(2) 
Thurgood Marshall L.R. (1994) 333-355. 

9. Mary A. Crossley, "Of Diagnoses and Discrimination: 
Discriminatory Nontreatment of Infants with HIV Infection." 
93(7) Columbia L.R. (1993) 1581-1667. 

10. Sally-Anne Danner, "The Vaccine Ailment: A Cure to Encourage 
Litigation-Shy Pharmaceutical Companies to Manufacture an AIDS 
Vaccine." 14(1) Hamline J. Public L. & Policy (1993) 67-81. 

11. Roger Doughty, "The Confidentiality of HIV-Related 

Information: Responding to the Resurgence of Aggressive Public 
Health Interventions in the AIDS Epidemic." 82(1) California 
L.R. (1994) 111-184. 

12. Nancy Neveloff Dubler, Catherine M. Bergmann and Marvin E. 
Frankel, "Management of HIV Infection in New York State 
Prisons" 21(2) Columbia Hum Rts. L.Rev. (1990) 363-400. 

13. Ross D. Eckert, "The AIDS Blood-Transfusion Cases: A Legal and 
Economic Analysis of Liability." 29(2) San Diego L.R. (1992) 
203-298. 

14. Jody B. Gabel, "Liability for 'Knowing' Transmission of HIV: 
The Evolution of a Duty to Disclose." 21(3) Florida State 
Univ. L.R. (1994) 981-1031. 

15. Jacob A. Heth, "Dangerous Liaisons: Criminalizing Conduct 
Related to HIV Transmission" 29(4) Willamette L.R. (1993) 843- 
866 . 

16. Winifred H. Holland, "HIV/AIDS and the Criminal Law" 36 Crim. 
L. Q. (1994) 279-316. 

17. Christine Huebner, "Mandatory Testing of Health-Care Workers 

for AIDS: When Positive Results Lead to Negative 

Consequences." XXXVIII(3) New York L.S. L. Rev. (1992) 339- 

382. 

Scott Isaacman and Lisa A. Miller, "Neonatal HIV 
Seroprevalence Studies" 14(3) J. Legal Medicine (1993) 413- 
461. 


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19. Susan L. Jacobs, "Legal Advocacy in a Time of Plague." 21 J. 
of Law, Med. & Ethics (1993) 382-389. 

20. Joseph M. Kelly, "AIDS, Prisoners and the Law." 142 New L.J. 

(1992) 156-158, 165. 

21. Karen C. Lieberman and Arthur R. Derse,. "HIV-Positive Health 
Care Workers and the Obligation to Disclose." 13(3) J. Legal 
Med. (1992) 333-356. 

22. Thomas E. Margolis, "Health Care Workers and AIDS" 13(3) J. 
Legal Med. (1992) 357-396. 

23. James C. Maroulis, "Can HIV-Negative Plaintiffs Recover 
Emotional Distress Damages for Their Fear of AIDS?" LXII(l) 
Fordham L.R. (1993) 225-263. 

24. John M. Naber and David R. Johnson, "Mandatory HIV Testing 
Issues in State Newborn Screening Programs." 7(1) J. L. & 
Health (1992-93) 55-68. 

25. Kathryn W. Pieplow, "AIDS, Blood Banks and the Courts: The 
Legal Response to Transfusion-Acquired Disease." 38(3) South 
Dakota L.R. (1993) 609-640. 

26. Elizabeth A. Preble, "Women, Children, and AIDS in Africa: An 
Impending Disaster." 23 Int'l L. and Pol. (1991) 959-975. 

27. Steven R. Salbu, "Should AIDS Research be Regulated? A 
Manhattan Project for AIDS and Other Policy Proposals." 69(2) 
Indiana L.J. (1994) 425-475. 

28. Peter A. Selwyn, "Tuberculosis and AIDS: Epidemiologic, 
Clinical and Social Dimensions." 21 J. Law, Med & Ethics 
(1993) 279-288. 

29. Denise C. Singleton, "Nonconsensual HIV Testing in the Health 

Care Setting: The Case for Extending the Occupational 
Protections of California Proposition 96 to Health Care 
Workers." 26(4) (1993) 1251-1290. 

30. Symposium Commentary, "Women and HIV: Breaking the Silence." 
9 Berkeley Women's L.J. (1994) 144-161. 

31. Stefanie S. Wepner, "The Death Penalty: A Solution to the 
Problem of Intentional AIDS Transmission Through Rape." 26(4) 
John Marshall L.R. (1993) 941-976. 

Acquired Immunodeficiency Syndrome (AIDS): 1995/96 Supplement 


1. Z. Achmat & E. Cameron, "Judges and Policy on AIDS: Prisons 
and Medical Ethics 112(1) South African L.J. (1995) 1-9. 



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2. G. Anzalone, "AIDS and Mandatory Pro Bono: A Step Toward the 
Equal Administration of Justice" 8(3) Georgetown J. Law & 
Ethics (1995) 691-722. 

3. T.L. Banks, "The Americans with Disabilities Act and the 
Reproductive Rights of HIV-Infected Women" 3(1) Texas J. Women 
& the Law (1994) 57-98. 

4. R. Bayer, "Rethinking aspects of AIDS policy" II J. 
Contemporary Health Law & Policy (1994) 457-72. 

5. R. Bayer, L.O. Gostin & D.C. McGraw, "Trades, AIDS, and the 
Public's Health: The Limits of Economic Analysis" [Book Review 
of "Private Choices and Public Health: The AIDS Epidemic in an 
Economic Perspective" by T.J. Philipson & R.A. Posner] 83 
Georgetown L.J. (1994) 79-107. 

6. M.A. Bobinski, "Women and HIV: A Gender-Based Analysis of a 
Disease and its Legal Regulation" 3(1) Texas J. Women & the 
Law (1994) 7-56. 

7. U. Colella, "HIV-Related Information and the Tension Between 
Confidentiality and Liberal Discovery: The Need for a Uniform 
Approach" 16(1) J. Legal Medicine (1995) 33-100. 

8. K.A. De Ville, "Nothing to Fear but Fear Itself: HIV Infected 
Physicians and the Law of Informed Consent" 22 J. Law, 
Medicine & Ethics (1994) 163-75. 

9. R. DeWolfe, "The Rights of Non-HIV and HIV-Positive Prisoners" 
28(9) Clearinghouse Rev. (1995) 1079-88. 

10. J.S. Goode, "Perspectives on Patient Confidentiality in the 
Age of AIDS" 44(3) Syracuse Law Rev. (1993) 967-1001. 

11. P.R. Gregware, "Courts, Criminal Process, and AIDS: The 
Institutionalization of Culture in Legal Decision Making" 
16(3) Law & Policy (1994) 341-62. 

12. S. Gruskin, "Negotiating the Relationship of HIV/AIDS to 
Reproductive Health and Reproductive Rights" 44 American Univ. 
Law Rev. (1994) 1191-1205. 

13. A.L. Hansen, "Establishing Uniformity in HIV-Fear Cases: A 
Modification of the Distinct Event Approach" 29(3) Valparaiso 
Univ. Law Rev. (1995) 1251-98. 

14. W.H. Holland, "HIV/AIDS and the Criminal Law" 36 Criminal Law 
Q. (1994) 279-316. 

15. K.A. Kelly, "The Assumption of Risk Defense and the Sexual 
Transmission of AIDS: A Proposal for the Application of 


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Comparative Knowledge" 143(4) Univ. Pennsylvania Law Rev. 
(1995) 1121-89. 

16. M.H. Lawyer, "HIV and Dentistry" 29(1) Valparaiso Univ. Law 
Rev. (1994) 297-359. 

17. E. Lindemann, "Importing AIDS Drugs: Food and Drug 

Administration Policy and its Limitations" 28(1) Geo. 
Washington J. Int'l Law & Economics (1994) 133-69. 

18. E.B. Lumpkin, "Recovery of Emotional Distress Damages in AIDS- 
Phobia Cases: A Suggested Approach for Virginia" 51(2) 
Washington & Lee Law Rev. (1994) 717-61. 

19. P. Margulies, "Asylum, Intersectionality and AIDS: Women with 
HIV as a Persecuted Social Group" 8 Georgetown Immigration 
L.J. (1994) 521-55. 

20. M. Musheno, "Socio-Legal Dynamics of AIDS: Constructing 

Identities, Protecting Boundaries Amidst Crisis" 16 Law & 
Policy (1994) 235-47. 

21. L.F. Post, "Unblinded Mandatory HIV Screening of Newborns: 
Care or Coercion?" 16(1) Cardozo Law Rev. (1994) 169-227. 

22. V.L. Rees, "AIDSPhobia: Forcing Courts to Face New Areas of 
Compensation for Fear of a Deadly Disease" 39 Villanova Law 
Rev. (1994) 241-79. 

23. S.E. Ritchie, "Manufacturers' Concerns of Potential Product 
Liability in the Production, Research and Development of AIDS 
Vaccines: A Sea of Uncharted Waters" 20(2) Western State Univ. 
Law Rev. (1993) 661-93. 

24. K.H. Rothenberg & E.C. Lovoy, "Something Old, Something New: 
The Challenge of Tuberculosis Control in the Age of AIDS" 
42(3) Buffalo Law Rev. (1994) 715-60. 

25. J.L. Savoie, "AIDS Phobia - Recovery for Emotional Distress 
Based on Exposure to AIDS, Johnson v. West Virginia Hospitals. 
Inc. " 19(2) Southern Univ. Law Rev. (1992) 477-90. 

26. J.M. Souza, " Doe v. Town of Plymouth and Officer Paul 
Tibbetts : When is the Disclosure of HIV Status Beyond the Call 
of Duty?" 29(2) New England Law Rev. (1995) 391-424. 

27. C.M. Stevenson, "Note: HIV Testing of Sex Offenders" II J. 
Contemporary Health Law & Policy (1994) 281-315. 

28. L.C. Vollmar, "The Effect of Epidemics on the Development of 
English Law From the Black Death Through the Industrial 
Revolution" 15(3) J. Legal Medicine (1994) 385-419.