Professor Alexander has been recognized as a "Rising Star" in business litigation by Mid-South Super Lawyers the last three years. She is admitted to practice before the United States Supreme Court, Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals, Seventh Circuit Court of Appeals, Eleventh Circuit Court of Appeals, seven federal district courts, and the State of Tennessee. Professor Alexander served on the Executive Counsel of the Litigation Section of the Tennessee Bar Association from 2007 to 2011. She has lectured on a variety of topics ranging from Non-Governmental Organizations in Transitional Justice to Evaluating Litigation Claims.
Belmont University College of Law is provisionally accredited by the American Bar Association. Students at provisionally accredited law schools are given the same recognition as students at fully accredited law schools (ABA Standard 102, Interpretation 102-4). Upon the award of provisional accreditation, students enrolled in the institution and who subsequently graduate are deemed graduates of an ABA-accredited law school (ABA Standard 102, Interpretation 102-10). The earliest Belmont University College of Law may apply for ABA full accreditation is 2015.