With specialties in mergers and acquisitions, exempt-organization issues, and tax planning, she practiced corporate and tax law for several years before moving into academia. Her teaching assignments at Bentley include business law and ethics as well as courses in the Master of Science in Taxation program.
As a researcher, she explores the ethical and social responsibility of business, tax policy issues, state and local taxation practices, and the role of tax law in encouraging and supporting social responsibility of business. Her articles for leading journals include “Representing the S Corp Client: Tools of the Trade and Appellate Judges” and “Philosophical Theories: Judicial Philosophy or Mere Coincidence?”
Alexander has presented papers at the 47th annual Combined Institute on Federal and State Taxation and the annual conference for the Academy of Legal Studies in Business, among others. She earned a JD at Harvard University Law School.