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Caroline Savoie

Research Associate

Caroline Savoie is a Research Associate at Charlotte Lozier Institute. In this capacity, she assists in data collection and analysis for CLI’s projects, assists the Institute’s staff and scholars in their research, writes articles for the Institute, and manages communication of the Institute’s research through their website and social media accounts.

Prior to joining CLI, Caroline taught Theology and was Assistant Campus Minister at Teurlings Catholic High School in Lafayette, LA near her hometown of Crowley. More recently she interned for pro-life and human rights champion Congressman Chris Smith and for The Heritage Foundation’s Meese Legal and Judiciary Center.

She attended Franciscan University of Steubenville for her undergraduate and graduate studies where she obtained a BA in Philosophy and Theology and completed her MA coursework in Philosophy with a Bioethics concentration. Caroline currently resides in Falls Church, VA.

Latest Research & News

  • Netherlands Forcible Euthanasia Case and the Slippery Slope | July 21, 2017

    Proponents of assisted suicide often dismiss “slippery slope” arguments on the grounds that proper safeguards will assure that assisted suicide will not devolve into euthanasia, either voluntary or not.

    Earlier this year, for example, Hawaii became another of several states to consider legislation to legalize assisted suicide (the effort failed).  During debate, one lawmaker who supported the bill dismissed concerns over where legalization might lead, saying “the inclusion of protections, such as euthanasia bans, helps allay the fears of critics who worry about the ‘slippery slope.’”