See id.

See id.

Hosted by Ryan Shellady and Luke Cole, third-year law students at the University of Iowa, See id. dives into interesting and important legal topics. There are a million places to get political information (some much better than others), but fewer places to learn about the law and how it relates to you. Tune in weekly to learn about historic cases, hot legal topics, or just ‘cause you want to learn. If you have questions or topic suggestions, feel free to shoot us an email at seeidpodcast@gmail.com. IMPORTANT NOTE: NOTHING IN THIS PODCAST IS LEGAL ADVICE. IF YOU NEED LEGAL ADVICE GET AN ATTORNEY. For real though—don’t listen to podcasts for legal advice. That’s just silly. Do it because it’s fun, yo.... Show More

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March 1, 2019 85 min

Luke and Ryan are finally back at it! This time with an episode on dogs, cats, and how they relate to the Constitution! Tune in to hear about why the Constitution doesn’t extend certain privacy protections to animal abusers. Huge thanks to Kayla A. Bernays and her excellent Law Review Note published in the Arizona Law Review.

References:See generally Kayla A. Bernays, We’ve Still Got Feelings: Re-Presenting Pets As Sentient Pro...
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January 21, 2019 52 min

In this episode, Ryan and Luke discuss some basic Administrative law frameworks, the definition of sandwiches, and serving alcohol gratuitously. Be sure to tune in!


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January 14, 2019 80 min

In this grab-bag episode, Ryan and Luke discuss a wide range of topics including new years resolutions, gym memberships, illegal searches, and the absence of chicken futures markets. Take a listen!

Links: Gym membership ArticlePolice Search Article

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November 21, 2018 65 min

In this episode, Ryan and Luke discuss some legal history around Thanksgivin(g), discuss some cases about chickens and turkeys, and explain what they’ve been up to the last couple of weeks! Tune in to their Thanksgiving episode!

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November 6, 2018 64 min

In this episode, Ryan and Luke talk about amending the Constitution, and a host of legal ethics issues. They are studying for a test called the MPRE. Take a listen!

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October 25, 2018 59 min

In this week’s episode, Ryan and Luke dive into some fun Halloween-inspired cases with haunted houses, tombstones, and chainsaws! Give it a listen!

Resources:

Stambovsky v. Ackley House

See generally Stambovsky v. Ackley, 169 A.D.2d 254 (N.Y. ...

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October 18, 2018 74 min
Ryan and Luke discuss filing and the process of a law suit.
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October 11, 2018 71 min

In this episode, Ryan and Luke discuss torts, sleds, and the time-value of money. The guys touch on what intent means for intentional torts, discuss the elements of negligence, and briefly cover tort reform with that infamous “hot coffee” case. Take a listen!

Sled in a corner.

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October 4, 2018 61 min

In this episode, Ryan and Luke look at some contract fundamentals: offer, acceptance, and consideration. They also briefly reflect on the recent Senate Judiciary hearings and what what it means for our system of democracy. Take a listen!

Resources:

See generally Hawkins v. McGee, 146 A. 641 (N.H. 1929) (discussing the contractually binding effect of a guarantee).

See generally Lucy v. Zehmer, 84 S.E.2d 516 (Va. 1954) (explaining ...

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September 27, 2018 70 min

In this episode, Ryan and Luke look at the Due Process Clause, explain the difference between procedural and substantive due process, and discuss what determines whether something is a fundamental right. Take a listen!

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September 20, 2018 66 min
Ryan and Luke dive in to Part One of a two-part series covering the Fourteenth Amendment. In this episode, the team explores the Equal Protection Clause—hopefully with new and improved sound quality (thank god). Resources: U.S. Const. amend. XIV, § 1. See generally Brown v. Bd. of Educ. of Topeka, Shawnee Cty., Kan., 347 U.S. 483 (1954) (emphasizing that separate but equal is still not equal under the Equal Protection Clause). ...
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September 13, 2018 44 min
In this episode, Ryan and Luke talk about our goals for the pod, dive into Pierson v. Post, and reflect on why we went to law school. Take a listen!Resources: See generally Pierson v. Post, 3 Cai. 175 (N.Y. Sup. Ct. 1805) (discussing how one gains a property interest in a wild animal).See generally E. A. Stephens & Co. v. Albers, 256 P. 15 (mentioning McKenzie Duncan, the fox).See generally Popov v. Hayashi, 2002 WL 31833731 (Cal. ...
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