Hofstra Law Review


The article focuses on the proposal that advocate for the legalization of physician-assisted death (PAD) in New York. It begins by highlighting the story of Charlie and Francie Emerick, a terminally ill couple who chose to use Oregon's Death with Dignity Act to peacefully end their lives. It further argues that New York should follow the example of other states and countries by enacting a PAD law.

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