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Animal Law Podcast #53: A Meaty Constitutional Discussion

Mariann Sullivan 31 October 2019 2


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I speak with Professor Sherry Colb of Cornell Law School along with one of her students, Jareb Gleckel about a recent article they have co-written about the ongoing, wide-ranging legislation that seeks to limit and in some case criminalize the types of labels that can be used for plant-based foods. We start with a decision that is commonly known as the Missouri Tofurkey Case. We have a lengthy discussion around the Constitutional issues that are brought up by this case and other cases like it. Sherry and Jareb also lead us through a discussion about the implications for these cases, and some potential alternative options for litigating these cases. It’s a fascinating and lengthy discussion that you’re sure to find informative.

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Animal Law Podcast #54: The Case of the Psychologically Unprotected Primates

Mariann Sullivan 28 November 2019

I speak with Katherine Meyer, Director of the Animal Law and Policy Clinic at Harvard as well as a visiting assistant clinical professor of law at the university. She also brings along two students of hers, Brett Richey and Boanne …continue

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