Wrestling with Media’s Access in Assisted DeathLawyers Weekly
Document TypeMedia Mention
DescriptionHow much public scrutiny is in order when a judge is deciding life and death? Over the past month, separate rulings on confidentiality motions, brought by two terminally ill people in Alberta and Ontario seeking court approval for a physician-assisted death, granted extensive privacy protections, including anonymity for the applicants, their families and their doctors.
Citation InformationJamie Cameron. "Wrestling with Media’s Access in Assisted Death" Lawyers Weekly (2016)
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/jamie_cameron/70/