Jorge Bonilla (A.B. Dartmouth) is a J.D. candidate at Yale Law School. His involvement with the project grew out of coursework and a research assistantship with Pramit Chaudhuri at Dartmouth College. He is co-author, with Chaudhuri and Joseph Dexter, of "Strings, Triangles, and Go-betweens: Intertextual Approaches to Silius’ Carthaginian Debates" in Dictynna: Revue de Poétique Latine. His interests center on aspects of the American public law system, including immigration law, the law of democracy, white collar crimes, and the history and legal underpinnings of the administrative state.