Inbar Peled

LLB (Tel Aviv), LL.M (Columbia), LLM (Toronto), PhD (Osgoode)

Dr. Inbar Peled researches and teaches in the areas of identity studies, criminal law, and professional ethics. Her award-winning dissertation, entitled “Professionalizing Discrimination,” explored the legal response to discriminatory policing and won the Law and Society Association 2024 dissertation prize, as well as the York university-wide dissertation award.

As a human rights lawyer working with equity-deserving communities, Peled has spent the past decade studying identity-based discrimination and considering paths to transformation in the legal systems of multicultural societies. Peled holds a PhD from Osgoode Hall Law School, where she was a Vanier scholar, an LL.M from Columbia University, where she was a Harlan Fiske Stone scholar, an additional master’s degree from the University of Toronto, and an LL.B from Tel Aviv University.