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From George J. Alexander:
GEORGE JONATHON ALEXANDER
ELIZABETH H. & JOHN A. SUTRO PROFESSOR OF LAW
SANTA CLARA UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF LAW
The College of the University of Pennsylvania Naval Scholarship (full tuition and expenses) A.B. with Major Honors 1953
University of Pennsylvania School of Law Law Board Scholar J.D. Cum Laude 1959
Yale Law School Sterling Fellow LL.M. 1965 J.S.D. 1969
The Aged and the Need for Surrogate Management (with T. Lewin, 1972)
Writing a Living Will: Using a Durable Power-of-Attorney (Praeger Press 1988)
International Perspectives on Aging (Nijhof Press 1992) (editor)
Cases and Materials in Law and Psychiatry (with A. Scheflin) (unpublished)
BOOK CHAPTERS (in):
Lesnoff-Caravaglia, Values, Ethics and Aging (1984)
Alexander, International Perspectives on Aging (1992)
Dejowski, Protecting Judgment Impaired Adults: Issues, Interventions and Policies, Hayworth Press (1990).
Law and Psychiatry Symposium (faculty advisor), 14 Syr. L. Rev. 547 (1963) Mental Illness as an Excuse for Civil Wrongs (with Thomas S. Szasz), 43 Notre Dame L. Rev. 24 (1967) (Reprinted in full 147 J. of Nervous and Mental Disorders 113 )
Surrogate Management of the Property of the Aged (with others) 21 Syr. L. Rev. 87 (1969) The Aged Person's Right to Property, 21 Syr. L. Rev. 163 (1969)
Law, Property, and Psychiatry (with Thomas Szasz) 42 Am. J. Orthopsychiat. 610 (1972)
From Contract to Status via Psychiatry, (with Thomas Szasz) 13 S. C. Lawyer 537 (1973)
Forward: Life, Liberty, and Property Rights for the Elderly, 17 Ariz. L. Rev. 267 (1975)
Who Benefits from Conservatorships?, 13 Trial 30 (1977)
On Being Imposed Upon by Artful or Designing Persons - The California Experience with the Involuntary Placement of the Aged, 14 San Diego L. Rev. 1083 (1977)
Premature Probate: A Different Perspective on Guardianship for the Elderly, 31 Stanford L. Rev. 1003 (1979)
Remaining Responsible: On Control of One's Health Needs in Aging, 20 Santa Clara L. Rev. 13 (1980)
Shucking Off the Rights of the Aged: Congressional Ambivalence and the Exceptions to the Age Discrimination Act of 1975, 57 Chi. Kent L. Rev. 1009 (1981)
On Freedom and Insanity, 3 MetaMedicine (Germany) (1982)
Trial By Champion, 24 Santa Clara L. Rev. 545 (1984)
Death by Directive, 28 Santa Clara L. Rev. 67 (1987) Keeping Control with the Versatile Living Will, Perspectives on Aging, Vol. XVI, Number 4 (July/August 1987) p. 20. Avoiding Guardianship, (part of a symposium) 2 Journal of Elder Abuse and Neglect 163 (1990) Time for a New Law on Health Care Advance Directives, (part of a symposium) 42 Hastings L. J. 755 (1991). Big Mother: The State's Use of Mental Health Experts in Dependency Cases, (part of a symposium) 24 Pacific Law Journal 1465 (1993).
Trial by Champion II: Harsher Criminal Law Drops Dependence on Mental
Health Law: Some Patients May Now Represent Themselves, ___ J.
Existential Psychiatry ___ .
International Human Rights Protection Against Psychiatric Poltical Abuse,
___Santa Clara L. Rev. ____(1997).
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