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The Law of Bioethics: Individual Autonomy and Social Regulation (Hardcover)

Marsha Garrison

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This casebook teaches students to think like lawyers with many kinds of skill-building problems. It teaches them to think about the problems of regulating bioethical issues not just with cases, but with patients' accounts of their illnesses, doctors' reports of their encounters with patients, ethicists' reflections on our duties to ourselves and those around us, researchers’ findings on how medical decisions are made, the results those decisions produce, and the impact of various forms of legal regulation. Finally, it teaches students to understand the law broadly with explorations of larger conceptual issues about law and American culture.

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Marsha Garrison is the Suzanne J. and Norman Miles Professor of Law at Brooklyn Law School and Secretary-General of the International Society of Family Law. She is the co-author of Family Law: Cases, Comments, and Questions (6th edition, 2007) and Law and Bioethics: Individual Autonomy and Social Regulation (2nd edition, 2009).

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