End-of-Life Choice in New Zealand's Parliament and Courts
The issue variously termed “euthanasia”, “assisted suicide” or “aid in dying” repeatedly has been raised in New Zealand. In this article, the author considers the legislative attempts to permit it and the treatment of the issue by New Zealand courts. In particular, the author considers the New Zealand High Court case of Seales v Attorney-General.
Publisher: Thomson Reuters
Keywords: Assisted suicide; Euthanasia; Aid in dying; Criminal law; Seales v Attorney-General; New Zealand
Research Type: Journal Article