QUT Law Review

The QUT Law Review (QUTLR) is an open access, blind peer reviewed, generalist law review which is published bi-annually.

Each year we aim to publish one dedicated Special Issue on a particular thematic area. We will also publish at least one General Issue which will include submissions from a broad range of legal research areas.

We aim to publish a General Issue in May/June each year and a Special Issue in October/November each year. Any further issues will be published in January/February.

The QUTLR publishes research about general legal issues and concerns within Australia and is committed to publishing quality work on Australian legal scholarship.

The Journal accepts contributions throughout the year from legal scholars and professionals, academics, practitioners and students across a wide range of legal fields. Contributions should be 6000-8000 words (not including footnotes) of original work. Authors must register, read the author guidelines and agree to the ethics statement before submitting their papers. We aim for a peer review turn-around time of 4-6 weeks.


Vol 16, No 1 (2016): Special Issue - End of Life Law, Ethics, Policy and Practice

Full Issue

View or download the full issue PDF (2.65MB)

Table of Contents

Editorial

Lindy Willmott, Ben White, Andrew McGee, Fiona McDonald
1-4

Articles

Michael Ashby
5-21
Thaddeus Mason Pope
22-54
Lindy Willmott, Ben White, Eliana Close, Cindy Gallois, Parker Malcolm, Nicholas Graves, Sarah Winch, Leonie Callaway, Nicole Shepherd
55-75
Linda Ganzini
76-83
Jocelyn Downie
84-112
Sheila McLean
113-124
Dale Gardiner
125-134