Duquesne University School of Law
The topic of my talk is different from those you have been dealing with in this conference in one critical aspect-it's one that all of us are going to confront-we're all going to die. And death is not a subject anyone can escape because it has both professional implications-what the law should be, how we should decide disputes when they arise, and practical ones-how we should order our own lives, and what we should do to try to make our death easier if not on ourselves, at least on our loved ones.
George J. Annas,
The Right to Die in America: Sloganeering from Quinlan and Cruzan to Quill and Kevorkian,
Duquesne Law Review
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