At my most ambitious moments, I strive to become a public intellectual. I hope that my research in housing law, community development law and social entrepreneurship law will make a difference for people in their daily lives. I hope to identify how law can help communities develop in a more sustainable and equitable way, rather than in a manner that exacerbates existing inequalities.
- Alexander, L. T. (2017). Evicted: The Socio-Legal Case for the Right to Housing.
- Alexander, L. T. (2017). Tiny Homes for the Homeless: A Return to Politically Engaged Community Economic Development Law?.
- Alexander, L. T. (2015). Occupying the Constitutional Right to Housing.
- Alexander, L. T. (2013). Cyberfinancing for Economic Justice.
- Alexander, L. T. (2012). Hip-Hop and Housing: Revisiting Culture, Urban Space, Power, and Law.