Re herrington: Aboriginality and the quality of human rights jurisprudence in end-of-life decisions by the australian judiciary
In Re Herrington  VSC 151 (King's Case) the partner and family of an Aboriginal woman (diagnosed as being in a persistent vegetative state after an accident) sought an order from the Victorian Supreme Court that the decision of her treating doctors
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