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Amanda Stirone, J.D.

Associate Scholar

Amanda Stirone is a recent graduate of Catholic University’s Columbus School of Law and a pro-life feminist whose research focuses on the inherent human dignity of both mother and child. She is also a graduate of Saint Mary’s College in Notre Dame, Indiana.  Before beginning law school, Amanda worked in a variety of posts in New Jersey state government and politics. She interned with Feminists for Life of America doing policy and legal research, and worked as a law clerk in the Catholic University Office of General Counsel. During law school, Amanda served on the executive boards of the Federalist Society, the Delta Theta Phi Law Fraternity, Students for Public Interest Law (SPIL) and worked as a production editor for Journal of Law and Technology.

Latest Research & News

  • Available Resources from the Charlotte Lozier Institute | February 21, 2019

    To view this list as a PDF, see: Available Resources from the Charlotte Lozier Institute. Last updated February 21, 2019.        Special Websites   www.stemcellresearchfacts.org.  This website includes new videos on therapies and cures using ethical sources of stem cells, blogs on current topics, and a search engine for ethical stem cell research trials.   […]

  • Overview of Legislation and Litigation Involving Protections Against Down Syndrome Discrimination Abortion | March 21, 2019

    To view this report as a PDF, see: Overview of Legislation and Litigation Involving Protections Against Down Syndrome Discrimination Abortion Last updated: March 21, 2019. Five states have enacted legislation to prohibit the eugenic practice of Down syndrome discrimination abortion. Courts have enjoined the law in three of the states. Several additional states have introduced similar […]

  • Feminism, Abortion, and International Women’s Day | March 9, 2019

    Yesterday was International Women’s Day. It’s “a global day celebrating the social, economic, cultural and political achievements of women” according to the official International Women’s Day website. It’s a day for highlighting what women have achieved so far and looking forward to what we may achieve in the future.   Twitter has been awash with […]

  • State Regulation of Telemedicine Abortion and Court Challenges to Those Regulations | July 3, 2018

    To view this report as a PDF, see:  State Regulation of Telemedicine Abortion and Court Challenges to Those Regulations   In February 2018, an article appeared in Cosmopolitan Magazine (Cosmo) lauding the practice of telemedicine abortion.[1] The article described the process of meeting with a nurse for blood testing and an ultrasound at a “local health […]