Canadian Journal of Elder Law

A single issue of the Canadian Journal of Elder Law was released in December of 2008. Click here to read the abstracts.

The issue includes:

Articles

Dangers in Aged Care: The Tension between the Rights of Care Recipients and Those of the Aged Care Providers
Sue Field

Cognitive Impairment and the Right to Vote:  Rethinking the Meaning of Accessible Elections
Nina Kohn

Consideration of Testamentary Capacity in the British Columbia Succession Law Reform Project
Greg Blue

Formalizing the Informal: Family Care Agreements in Canada and the United States
Richard Kaplan

Creating a Culture of Caring at the End of Life in Hawaii – Ten Years of Progress Since the Final Report of the Governor’s Blue Ribbon Panel on Living and Dying with Dignity
James Pietsch

Study Paper on Predatory Lending Issues in Canada by the Canadian Centre for Elder Law
Kevin Zakreski

United We Stand: Using Class Actions to Redress Neglect in Nursing Homes
Helene Wheeler

Case Comment

Interlocutory Injunctions in the Context of End-of-Life Decision Making
Caily DiPuma


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