Kellam M. Conover
Kellam Conover is a PhD student in the Department of Classics at Princeton. A classicist by trade, he received his Bachelor's Degree in Greek and Latin from Swarthmore College. Under the corrupting influence of the Law and Public Affairs Program, he has fast become a legal comparativist at heart, interested in examining the role of law in ancient and contemporary societies. His current research focuses on the legal history of bribery, both in ancient Athens and in the early American Republic.