Alexandra Levy Yelderman
Adjunct Professor of Law
Alexandra Levy Yelderman teaches teaches Human Markets and Introduction to the American Legal System. Her curriculum and scholarship focus on moral panics, black markets, and intermediary liability for online commerce. She also studies ways in which criminal laws contribute to human trafficking, looking at the prevalence of trafficking in criminalized labor sectors and forced labor in detention facilities.
Yelderman also directs data research for the DC-based Human Trafficking Legal Center, publishing reports on trends in criminal and civil trafficking cases, and assisting in strategic litigation. 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.