I completed my JD and my PhD in Public Policy at Harvard in May 2013. My research has focused on administrative agencies and their information, with regulatory capture as a significant theme. My dissertation used game theory to weigh the benefits and costs of transparency of agencies’ information when key information for policymaking is in the possession of outside parties. I am currently a Residential Lab Fellow at the Edmond J. Safra Center for Ethics at Harvard. At the Center for Ethics, I am investigating two aspects of information in the regulatory state: first, the types of information that are uncovered from Freedom of Information Act requests and how they can (or cannot) be used as evidence of capture, and second, what kinds of ethics rules can make agencies less susceptible to capture when they must communicate with interest groups for information.