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The Journal of Medical Law and Ethics (JMLE) aims to publish excellent quality peer-reviewed articles, reports, case notes and essays in the field of medical law and ethics, which is a very exciting and controversial area of law. This journal aims to focus in particular on the legal and ethical aspects of medicine. This is an opportunity for the increasing number of academics and practitioners alike to discuss the most controversial areas of medical law, to present research, to analyse and criticise the law, and hopefully aim to improve the way that medical care is provided.

Publisher: Paris Legal Publishers

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Volume 2, Numbers 2-3, July 2014

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Losing Faith in the Dead Donor Rule
pp. 23-35(13)
Author: Choong, Kartina A.

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Religion, Law and Health Care: Uncomfortable Bedfellows?
pp. 51-68(18)
Authors: Samanta, Jo; Pattison, Stephen

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Conceptualising Conscientious Objection as Resistance
pp. 69-87(19)
Author: Farrand, Benjamin

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Religious Belief and Choices Regarding the Human Corpse
pp. 89-107(19)
Author: Elliott, Tracey

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