Daniel Lewis is a Fellow at the Stanford Center for Computers and Law (CodeX) and a co-founder of Ravel Law. Daniel has a BA in International Studies from Johns Hopkins and a JD from Stanford Law (’12) where he focused on technology, cleantech, and criminal law. Prior to law school, Daniel worked on national energy and transportation policy at the Bipartisan Policy Center, a think-tank in Washington, DC. During law school, Daniel consulted with Passport Capital on energy policy, worked at Cooley on both litigation and corporate law matters, and worked in the Stanford Criminal Law Clinic defending people accused of crimes. He served as co-director of the Afghanistan Legal Education Project, which develops legal curricula and textbooks to help Afghanistan’s universities train the next generation of lawyers and leaders.