Alexandra Levy Yelderman
Visiting Assistant Professor of Law
Office: 2141 Eck Hall of Law
Staff Assistant: Kristina Kusisto
Alexandra Yelderman researches online platforms, black markets, and crime-adjacent speech. Her work explores how intermediary liability affects illicit commerce on the internet, with a recent focus on regulations that lead to increased crime. She has previously written about the role of the internet in combatting sex trafficking and other forms of exploitation.
Before coming to Notre Dame, Yelderman practiced at the Human Trafficking Legal Center in Washington, DC, where she currently serves as special counsel.
Yelderman graduated cum laude from New York University with a B.A. in religious studies and a minor in mathematics, and received a J.D. from the University of Chicago Law School.
Areas of Expertise
- black markets
- human trafficking
- intermediary liability
- technology ethics