Masua Sagiv is the Koret Visiting Assistant Professor at the University of California, Berkeley School of Law, and Scholar in Residence for the Bay Area for the Shalom Hartman Institute. Her research areas are: law and social change, gender, religion and state, and Judaism & democracy in Israel.
Sagiv is a researcher at the Menomadin Center for Jewish and Democratic Law at Bar-Ilan University faculty of law, where she was also the Academic Director and a lecturer in the years 2018-2021.
She won the Gorney Prize for Young Scholar in Public Law (2019) and the Ben Halpern Award for Best Dissertation in Israel Studies (2020).
Ph.D., Tel Aviv University Law Faculty (2019)
LL.M., Columbia University School of Law (2011),
LL.B., Bar-Ilan University Law Faculty (2008)