Natalie M. Hejran serves as Policy Consultant at Americans United for Life, where she focuses on state and federal legislation, amicus briefs, and law and policy initiatives. Natalie joined AUL as a post-graduate law fellow in September 2017 before coming on as staff counsel in July 2018.
Natalie is admitted to the Virginia State Bar. She earned her Juris Doctor from Notre Dame Law School where she worked as a research assistant for Professor Gerard Bradley. She earned her Bachelor of Arts degree in Psychology with a minor in French from Loyola Marymount University in Los Angeles. In 2014, her research project earned the Stanford Prize for Outstanding Undergraduate Research in Psychology.
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Drug Enforcement Administration Safeguards Patients Against Telemedical Suicide Assistance
March 31, 2023 Natalie M. Hejran, J.D.
Standing for Life in Illinois
March 8, 2023 Catherine Glenn Foster, M.A., J.D. and Natalie M. Hejran, J.D.
Why Women Are Not, And Should Not Be, Prosecuted for Abortion
February 15, 2023 Natalie M. Hejran, J.D. and Sara E. Nolan
Encouraging South Carolina to Protect Life
February 8, 2023 Natalie M. Hejran, J.D.
Arkansas Ranks First on Americans United for Life’s Annual “Life List” for Third Straight Year
January 5, 2023 Natalie M. Hejran, J.D.
AUL’s 2022 State Legislative Sessions Report
October 11, 2022 Natalie M. Hejran, J.D.
Is Your State Ready for Roe to Go?
March 16, 2022 Natalie M. Hejran, J.D.
Abortion is Not a ‘Family Planning Service’ and Abortion Referrals Subvert Conscience Rights
March 4, 2022 Natalie M. Hejran, J.D.
Why State Conscience Laws Matter More Than Ever
October 15, 2021 Natalie M. Hejran, J.D.
How does chemical abortion impact future fertility?
January 12, 2021 Natalie M. Hejran, J.D.
Testimony Against Connecticut Senate Bill 144 Which Unfairly Targets Pro-Life Pregnancy Centers’
March 10, 2020 Natalie M. Hejran, J.D.