Meital Pinto is an Associate Professor at the Zefat Academic College School of Law and the Ono Academic College Faculty of Law. She is also a teaching fellow at the faculty of law at the Hebrew University in Jerusalem. Dr. Pinto teaches in the fields of jurisprudence, constitutional law, administrative law, law and feminism, and legal aspects of multiculturalism. Her research focuses on the issues of anti-discrimination law, theories of discrimination, and minority rights within multicultural societies (especially language rights and religious freedom). She is currently working on two projects. The first is a book project, the purpose of which is to shed light on different ways in which linguistic conflicts are handled at the constitutional level, with an eye to drawing legal and normative principles for linguistic legal practices. The second is an edited volume on legal aspects of shaming. Dr. Pinto has a S.J.D. (2009) and a LL.M. (2005) from the University of Toronto and a LL.B degree (2003) in Law and Government from the Interdisciplinary Center (IDC) Herzliya.