Kevin Kallmes is currently pursuing his legal education at Duke University Law School. He recently finished his Masters degree in Classics from UNC-Chapel Hill, where he studied ancient law and economics. His Masters thesis examined the growth of the Roman petition system and legal profession in the 3rd century AD. He is also interested in Roman imperial currency manipulations, hyperinflation, and demonetization in the 3rd century, a paper he hopes to publish in the spring of 2017, and the technological innovations of ancient military engineers. Kevin has also excavated at archaeological sites in Britain, Romania, and Israel. He has also founded a company that is involved in medical research and publication, and, in his free time, hopes to expand his understanding of game theory, intellectual property law, and international security and economics.