Stanford law professor gets FLAMED for calling Depp lawyer a ‘suck up to male power’

Actor Johnny Depp’s lawyer Camille Vasquez became an overnight sensation for her aggressive cross-examinations of Amber Heard, but not everyone is pleased with the work she did.

Enter Stanford law professor Michele Dauber, who took to Twitter to voice her displeasure with Vasquez and all “skirts” who represent powerful men she arbitrarily deems to be guilty of whatever crime she imagines.

“In a society that strips women of real power, some women have learned to seek male approval in the hopes they won’t be raped or abused or humiliated,” Dauber tweeted sanctimoniously. “Sucking up to power might feel good to you but it won’t work. You will be next.”

“Of all the women who suck up to male power, women lawyers are the absolute worst of the bunch,” she continued. “Desperate to prove they are ‘real lawyers’ and understanding that being a woman undermines their identity as lawyers, they throw women under the bus as hard and fast as they can.”

Dauber did not explain what she thinks female lawyers can do to prove they are “real lawyers” but presumably it is to only represent female clients.

To prove her point, she posted a thread of articles of powerful female lawyers, sorry, “skirts” representing their socially-unpopular clients. Because, as everyone in the legal profession is aware, only the innocent deserve effective legal council.

And to round out her rant against women lawyers doing their job, she ended with an absolute gem:

This didn’t sit well with social media, which wasted no time tearing Dauber apart and exposing her friendship with Heard:

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