Luke Carroll is a sophomore from Newton, Massachusetts, studying in the School of Public and International Affairs with research interests in comparative constitutionalism, antitrust law and comparative financial regulation, and procedural manipulation in the U.S. Congress. He spent last summer hiking Peru, studying Latin American politics in Santiago, Chile, and producing a research report on the procedural politics of the National Congress of Chile. On campus, Luke founded and leads the Princeton Progressive Law Society, and in his free time, he participates in Club Squash, Club Hockey and Princeton’s Running Club. Luke is interested in constitutional law and financial regulation.