Kevin Lewis is currently completing his J.D. degree at Harvard Law School. He intends to enter legal academia shortly after. His research agenda focuses on the role of the judiciary in a system of separated powers. This topic has led him to explore a diverse array of legal areas, including Administrative Law, Legislation & Regulation, Statutory Interpretation, Constitutional Law, Torts, Property, Intellectual Property, Philosophy of Law, and Trusts & Estates. He is interested in questions such as: How should judges interpret ambiguous statutory provisions or regulations? Do judges follow their stated jurisprudential philosophies? How does a judge's view of his or her own role in the modern administrative state match the general public's conception of the judge's role, if at all? How do different methods of statutory interpretation lead to differing results in cases?