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 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
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 Property, 60 Ariz. L. Rev. 485 (2018) (discussing a trend to distinguish pets from inanimate objects in Fourth Amendment cases). Other Links:

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