Klint Alexander is of counsel and a member of the Global Business Team at Baker Donelson, where he focuses on international trade and investment law, commercial litigation and government affairs, including United Kingdom and European Union regulatory matters.
Professor Alexander has been a senior lecturer in Vanderbilt’s department of political science since 2004 and is a visiting lecturer at the Institute of Advanced Legal Studies at the University of London, where he teaches International Investment Law. After earning his law degree at the University of Virginia, Professor Alexander served as a law clerk to U.S. Court of Appeals Chief Judge Boyce F. Martin Jr. During the early years of the Clinton Administration, he was a trade fellow in the Office of the U.S. Trade Representative, where he directed the World Trade Organization Trade Policy Review and Rules of Origin programs and served as the U.S. Trade Representative to the World Customs Organization in Brussels for the First Session of the Technical Committee on Rules of Origin.
Prior to joining the U.S.T.R.’s office, he served as assistant to former U.S. Secretary of Defense Harold Brown at the Center for Strategic and International Studies in Washington, D.C., and special assistant for external relations to Yale University President Howard Lamar. He earned his bachelor’s degree in history at Yale University and earned his master’s and doctorate in international relations at the University of Cambridge, England.
He is the author of several book chapters and articles on international trade law and human rights.