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What the Depp v. Heard Case could mean for victims of Domestic Violence

FAIRFAX, VA - MAY 18: (NY & NJ NEWSPAPERS OUT) Actor Johnny Depp departs outside court during the Johnny Depp and Amber Heard civil trial at Fairfax County Circuit Court on MAY 18, 2022 in Fairfax, Virginia. Depp is seeking $50 million in alleged damages to his career over an op-ed Heard wrote in the Washington Post in 2018.(Photo by Chris Kleponis/Consolidated News Pictures/Getty Images)

In a recent News @ Northeastern article Margo Lindauer, a member of WGSS’s executive committee and Director of the Domestic Violence Institute at Northeastern’s School of Law, weighed in on the case and what the public reception that came from it could mean for victims of domestic violence. 

Read the full News @ Northeastern Article and all of what Margo Lindauer had to say here.

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