Alex Reed

Assistant Professor and Director, Legal Studies Certificate Program

  • Assistant Professor
Phone Numbers
Work 706-542-9772
Email Address


Degree Field of Study Institution Graduation Year
  • Law
University of Georgia
  • Real Estate
University of Georgia

Research Interests

  • Federal Income Tax
  • Employment Law
  • Securities Regulation
  • Constitutional Law

Areas of Expertise

  • Negotiation Strategy
  • Employment Law & Diversity Issues
  • Nonprofit Governance & Management

Prior Professional Positions

Organization / Department Title Years of Service
Alston & Bird LLP
Associate (Securities Litigation Group) 2006 to 2010


Award Name Awarded By Year Awarded
Outstanding Teacher
University of Georgia


Organization Title Year(s) Service Type
Professionalism Committee of the Georgia Bar Association
Member 2009 - 2015 Professional
Academy of Legal Studies in Business - Employment Law Section
Secretary 2013 - 2014 Professional
Academy of Legal Studies in Business - Employment Law Section
Vice President 2014 - 2015 Professional
Southeastern Academy of Legal Studies in Business
Secretary 2014 - 2015 Professional
Academy of Legal Studies in Business - Employment Law Section
President 2015 - 2016 Professional
American Business Law Journal
Reviewer 2013 - 2015 Professional

Selected Publications

Journal Articles

  • Alex Reed. 2016. RFRA v. ENDA. Virginia Journal Of Social Policy & The Law, 23:(forthcoming).
  • Alex Reed. 2016. Same-Sex Harassment after Boh Brothers. Utah Law Review, 2016:(forthcoming).
  • Alex Reed. 2015. Redressing LGBT Employment Discrimination via Executive Order. Notre Dame Journal Of Law, Ethics & Public Policy, 29:133-167.
  • Alex Reed. 2014. Abandoning the Employment Non-Discrimination Act. Harvard Journal On Legislation, 51:277-314.
  • Alex Reed. 2013. A Pro-Trans Argument for a Transexclusive Employment Non-Discrimination Act. American Business Law Journal, 50:835-874.
  • Alex Reed. 2013. Pro-Business or Anti-Gay? Disguising LGBT Animus as Economic Legislation. Stanford Journal Of Civil Rights & Civil Liberties, 9:153-212.
  • Alex Reed. 2013. Playing Devil's Advocate: The Constitutional Implications of Requiring Advocacy Organizations to Present Opposing Viewpoints. New York University Review Of Law & Social Change, 37:591-627.
  • Alex Reed. 2012. Subsidizing Hate: A Proposal to Reform the Internal Revenue Service's Methodology Test. Fordham Journal Of Corporate & Financial Law, 17:823-870.
  • Alex Reed. 2012. But I'm an American! A Text-Based Rationale for Dismissing F-Squared Securities Fraud Claims after Morrison v. National Australia Bank. University Of Pennsylvania Journal Of Business Law, 14:515-542.