Lawrence Frolik Publishes Article on Surrogate Decision-Making Standards
Professor Larry Frolik’s article (co-authored with Professor Linda Whitton), “Surrogate Decision-Making Standards for Guardians: Theory and Reality,” has been published in Volume 2012 of the Utah Law Review Symposium issue published in conjunction with the Third National Guardianship Summit: Standards of Excellence held at the Utah College of Law in October of 2011. The Frolik-Whitton article was one of nine background papers prepared for the 93 Summit attendees. Professor Frolik, one of the voting delegates to Summit, was a representative of the ABA Real Property, Trust and Estate Law Section. He was also one of only seven delegates to have attended all three Summits, including the 1988 Wingspread Guardianship Summit held in Racine, Wisconsin and the 2001 Summit held at the Stetson University School of Law.