Margo K. Lindauer
Associate Clinical Professor
Professor Lindauer holds a joint appointment with the School of Law and Bouvé College of Health Sciences and serves as director of the Domestic Violence Institute and Domestic Violence Clinic. Prior to joining the Northeastern community, Professor Lindauer worked at Project Place as the director of Partnerships to Opportunities for Women in Re-Entry (POWR), where she oversaw the implementation of an innovative Department of Labor grant dedicated to working with female ex-offenders within six months of re-entry. This built upon her extensive background in domestic violence work at Casa Myrna Vazquez, Respond, Inc., and at Georgetown’s Domestic Violence Clinic. Professor Lindauer gained valuable clinical teaching experience at Georgetown, where she earned her LLM and at Suffolk University Law School, where she served as a teaching fellow in the Child Advocacy Clinic and the Juvenile Defender Clinic. Professor Lindauer is a graduate of Wellesley College and a member of the Northeastern University School of Law class of 2007.
FIELDS OF EXPERTISE
- Clinical Education
- Domestic Violence
- Child Welfare
- Juvenile Courts
- Family Law
- “‘Please Stop Telling Her to Leave.’ Where is the Money: Reclaiming Economic Power to Address Domestic Violence,” 39 Seattle University Law Review 1263 (2016).
- “Damned If You Do, Damned If You Don’t: Why Multi-Court-Involved Battered Mothers Just Can’t Win,” 20(4) American University Journal of Gender, Social Policy & the Law 797 (August 2012).
- Lecture: Domestic Violence 101, Tufts University, Women and Health Seminar (November 2014).
- Presentation: Domestic Violence Legal Training (component of 25 hour training to new staff and volunteers from Asian Task Force, GLBTQ Domestic Violence Project, Respond, Inc. and the Guidance Center) (November 2014).
- Presentation: 25 Hour Domestic Violence Training, Created finalized curriculum, coordinated presentations and “trained the trainer” as well as taught 8 hours of curriculum to new staff hires, interns and volunteers from Asian Task Force, GLBTQ Domestic Violence Project and Respond, Inc. (Summer 2013; Fall 2013; Summer 2014).
- Presentation: DV Basics, presented to Project Place Staff about domestic violence fundamentals, resources and warming signs (Winter 2014).
- Presentation: 40 Hour Domestic Violence Training, Assisted in coordinating, preparing and teaching state mandated courses on domestic violence to new staff hires and volunteers from Reach Beyond Domestic Violence, Asian Task Force, GLBTQ Domestic Violence Project and Respond, Inc. (Summer 2013; Fall 2013).
- Presentation: Introduction to Domestic Violence, presented to police officers of all rank in Stoneham MA regarding domestic violence models, patterns, warning signs and resources available (Summer 2013).
- Group: Domestic Violence Support Group, Started and facilitated 8 week progressive Domestic Violence support group to sentenced women at the Suffolk House of Correction (Summer 2013).
- Presentations, Multiple community outreach presentations on teen dating violence (variations on basic presentation) to high school students, church groups, community groups and youth groups throughout Middlesex County (Winter 2013; Spring 2013; Summer 2013).
- “Getting Real on Sexual Assault,” Human Rights at Home Blog (October 7, 2015).
- “Damned if You Do, Damned if You Don’t – Why Mothers Can’t Win in Court,” BlogTalk Radio (February, 2014).